CAMBRIAN & Clydach made it eight straight wins in Nathaniel Cars Welsh League Division One with a 3-1 triumph over Goytre,
Kieron Coles headed in a Cameron Keetch corner before a delightful backheel from Liam Reed put Richard French in for number two.
The Gwent visitors pulled one back from a set piece before French missed the chance to grab his second from the penalty spot.
The win was sealed though in stoppage time by Sam Jones who was successful from 12 yards.
Cambrian’s winning run started after they lost 5-3 at Penybont on September 28 and, in third, are now three points behind the league leaders from Bryntirion but have two played two games more.
It is a big month ahead for Cambrian, who have a first-ever Nathaniel MG Cup Final appearance to look forward to on January 19 against last year’s runners-up Cardiff Met of the JD Welsh Premier League at Barry’s Jenner Park.
Before that, though, is a trip to The Conygar Bridge Meadow on Saturday to face Haverfordwest County – the side currently in second place.
Leaders Penybont remain two points clear of the Bluebirds after running out 3-0 winners over Ton Pentre.
Cullen Kinsella and Kane Owen were among the scorers for the visitors at Ynys Park which has been something of a bogey ground for them in recent seasons.
This was only their second victory in six league meetings there since 2013.
Penybont also have a game in hand on Haverfordwest, who inflicted a crushing 4-0 defeat on Afan Lido at the Marston’s Stadium.
Ben Fawcett scored twice with Sean Pemberton and Tom Hicks also on the scoresheet for County.
Taffs Well remain bottom of the pile after losing 2-1 at Cwmbran Celtic with Josh Bull grabbing both goals.
Pontypridd Town are just two points above the Wellmen after losing 2-0 against Goytre United with Ton Pentre the other side currently in the bottom three.
Elsewhere in Division One, Undy Athletic won 2-0 at Briton Ferry Llansawel while the Amman Valley derby between Ammanford and Cwmamman United ended 1-1.
There was a big 4-1 win for STM Sports over Croesyceiliog in Division Two and means they are now points behind leaders Abergavenny Town with four games in hand.
Ben Ah-Mun and David Biggs put STM in the box seat with Lamin Conteh netting two more after coming off the bench. Alex Bonthron scored for Croesy.
Abergavenny drew 1-1 at Risca and are a point ahead of Croesy with a game in hand and a superior goal difference.
Monmouth, who whacked West End 6-1, are third and five points behind Abergavenny and have played a game more.
Aberdare Town remain rock bottom of the table and are yet to taste victory in the league this season having taken just two points from 18 games. Their latest defeat came at home 4-2 at the hands of Garden Village.
Caerau Ely lost 2-1 at Caldicot while the points were shared in the games between AFC Llwydcoed and Pontardawe Town, 1-1 and Dinas Powys against Bridgend Street, 2-2.
Aberbargoed Buds’ clash at Swansea University finished goalless.
In Division Three, Trethomas Bluebirds are now eight points back after losing their top-of-the-table clash 2-1 at leaders Trefelin BGC.
Trefelin were inspired by former Swansea striker Lee Trundle, now 42 who, on debut, opened his account from the penalty spot on the hour mark.
The hosts had been reduced the 10 men on 35 minutes after Shaun Best was sent off for a dangerous tackle although, when Adam Johns levelled on 85 minutes, it looked like the spoils would be shared.
However the Bluebirds’ joy was short-lived as Trefelin snatched victory two minutes from time thanks to a superb solo goal from leading marksman Damon Thomas, who netted his 22nd of the campaign.
Penrhiwceiber Rangers, in third, battered basement boys Caerau 8-0 and are nine points back on Trefelin, but do have two games in hand.
Penydarren BGC were 3-0 home winners over AFC Porth thanks to a Josh Brogden brace and another for Chris Colvin while Tom Phillips’ first half goal did for Treharris Athletic Western as they lost a mid-table bat-