Six in a row for Saints
COSTCUTTER League division one leaders St Dogmaels returned to action in style as they made it six wins on the bounce at the expense of Newcastle Emlyn, who were brushed aside 3-0 at School Field.
On the evidence of this game, J Emrys Morgan Cup holders Emlyn could experience great difficulty figuring on the roll of honour at the business end of the campaign.
Outfield player Robbie Jenkins started the game in goal and manager Owain Thomas took over between the sticks for the second period, which was dominated by Saints.
In-form striker Peter Almond finished clinically to put the home side in front and that’s how it remained until the second half.
Winger Billy Myers finished off a good move to double the lead and Rhys Jones fired past Thomas from 20 yards to wrap up the points.
Jason Williams and Co travel to Powys this weekend to take on Newtown Wanderers in round one of the Emrys Morgan.
After home wins over Llanboidy and Newcastle Emlyn, completing a hat-trick was plain sailing for Llandysul, who came out on top 3-0 at Felinfach.
With new striker Ashley Summers, who recently joined from Emlyn, making an impact up front with intelligent running off the ball, the visitors controlled the contest from the first whistle and were three goals in front after 30 minutes before appearing to ease up.
Jason Clayton fired the Swallows ahead, attacking midfielder Lewis Jones blasted a 30-yard effort into the top corner to double the advantage and Chris Harries then added a third to put his side in the comfort zone.