Glamorgan Gazette - - Sport - TONY POOLE Sports writer sport@waleson­

A SCIN­TIL­LAT­ING start set Nathaniel Car Sales Welsh League Di­vi­sion One lead­ers Peny­bont on their way to 4-1 drub­bing of Am­man­ford at Bryn­ti­tion.

Un­beaten Bont shot of the blocks and stormed into a 4-0 lead to ef­fec­tively end the con­test af­ter only 21 min­utes. Kane Owen, Luke Bor­relli, Cullen Kin­sella and Kostya Ge­orgievsky grabbed the goals.

Matthew Jones replied for Am­man­ford be­fore the break but it was ul­ti­mately scant con­so­la­tion.

The win made it seven wins from eight for Bont who re­main a point clear of Haver­ford­west County – who them­selves needed to come from be­hind to see off Undy Ath­letic 2-1.

Gareth Cul­limore put Undy ahead but goals from Danny Wil­liams and El­liot Thomas won it for the Blue­birds who also won for the sev­enth time so far – although they have been de­feated once.

Cam­brian & Cly­dach, in fourth, are five points be­hind Peny­bont hav­ing also played a game more.

Richard French’s goal was the dif­fer­ence as they beat Port Tal­bot Town 1-0.

Cam­brian are level on points with third-placed Cwm­bran Celtic who re­main above them on goal dif­fer­ence de­spite crash­ing 4-0 at Afan Lido.

Else­where Leroy Thomas gave Ton Pen­tre a first half lead against Cwmamman United but they would go on to lose 2-1 with Ryan Hur­low and Colin Har­ris on the score­sheet for United. Taffs Well drew 1-1 at home with Bri­ton Ferry Llan­sawel while a brace from Tom Wal­ters in­spired Goytre United to a 4-1 win at Gwent name­sakes Goytre.

Di­vi­sion Two lead­ers Croesy­ceil­iog re­main eight points clear af­ter com­ing from be­hind to win 2-1 at Mon­mouth Town. Zac Os­borne and Nick Mc­Grath with the goals.

Near­est chal­lengers Aber­gavenny Town thrashed AFC Ll­wyd­coed 5-0 while also have a game in hand.

Bot­tom club Aber­dare Town, still with­out a win, lost at Caldicot by the same score­line. Ja­son Thorn’s in­spired Caldicot. Con­nah Hughes and Matt James also scored.

Leon Jeanne, Jeff White and Mike Mur­phy fired Brid­gend Street to a 3-1 win at West End while Di­nas Powys drew 1-1 at Risca United.

In Di­vi­sion Three, un­beaten Trethomas Blue­birds ham­mered Tre­har­ris Ath­letic Western 4-0 and are still a point clear of Pon­ty­clun – who beat Ely Rangers 3-1.

Matt Prosser, Adam Ray­mond, Owen Davies and Ricky Jones all net­ted for the Blue­birds.

James Wil­liams, Joel Wood­ing­ton and Tom Tweedy were the Pon­ty­clun scor­ers.

Trefe­lin BGC lost ground af­ter a 2-2 home draw with Tre­owen Stars.

AFC Porth were thumped 5-0 at Pan­teg, Tre­de­gar Town edged Al­bion Rovers 4-3 while Newport City won 2-0 at Ynysygerwn.

In other ac­tion, Peny­dar­ren BGC booked their place in round four of the FAW Tro­phy with a 2-0 win at South Wales Al­liance out­fit Cor­nelly United.

Chris Colvin and Josh Bro­den got the goals.

Aber­bar­goed Buds bowed out af­ter los­ing 2-0 at home against Pon- tar­dawe Town but STM Sports are through as they saw off Al­liance club Baglan Drag­ons 3-0.

PENY­BONT will be hop­ing suc­cess con­tin­ues to breed suc­cess over the next two week­ends.

Hav­ing stretched an un­beaten start to the sea­son in Nathaniel Cars Welsh League Di­vi­sion One to eight games with a thump­ing 4-1 home win over Am­man­ford last Fri­day, ta­ble-top­ping Bont now have suc­ces­sive Satur­day af­ter­noon cup-ties.

This Satur­day they face Cwmamman United at Grenig Park in the Nathaniel Cars League Cup (1.30pm) while a week later they have been paired with un­beaten Di­vi­sion Two club Aber­bar­goed Buds at Bed­wellty in the J D Welsh Cup.

But from the out­set Bont boss Rhys Grif­fiths made it clear pro­mo­tion to the Welsh Premier­ship was the main aim.

Cup com­pe­ti­tions are of se­condary im­por­tance, and it re­mains to be seen whether they can keep their sea­son alive on three fronts.

The Brid­gend su­per club won’t be in league ac­tion again un­til No­vem­ber 17 when they visit strug­gling Port Tal­bot Town.

Mean­while, af­ter lengthy dis­cus­sions, Haver­ford­west County have now agreed to visit the Kymco Sta­dium on April 9.

The top-of-the-ta­ble clash was post­poned ear­lier in the month af­ter the Blue­birds re­fused to travel due to Storm Cal­lum.

The Welsh League man­age­ment com­mit­tee will next Mon­day night dis­cuss their de­ci­sion to re­main in Pem­brokeshire.

Cullen Kin­sella was on tar­get for Peny­bont in their 4-1 win over Am­man­ford

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