GRIFFITHS IS THE HERO FOR TRALLWM

Llanelli Star - - Soccer -

TROSTRE Sports and Trallwm are the only teams in the LTC Mo­bil­ity Car­marthen­shire League Pre­mier di­vi­sion boast­ing 100 per cent records.

Trallwm pro­duced an­other solid per­for­mance in a 4-2 win at Sea­side in­spired by a hat-trick from the out­stand­ing Chris Griffiths. Also on tar­get was Kris Brown.

Trostre con­tinue to catch the eye fol­low­ing an­other stun­ning 9-1 win in the away clash against Pwll Ath­letic. There was a hat-trick for striker Chris Wa­ters.

Four of the goals were shared be­tween Ash­ley Lewis and Jamie Jenk­ins, while As­ton Jones and Liam Jones also net­ted.

In the big game of the day, a firsthalf hat-trick from striker Clay­ton Jenk­ins helped de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons Bwlch Rangers to a 4-2 win at Evans & Wil­liams.

Jenk­ins shot the vis­i­tors into a 3-0 lead be­fore Ben Wil­liams pulled it back to 3-1 by half-time.

Stephen Greene made it 3-2 with 15 min­utes left, but Matthew Hughes se­cured the points for Bwlch in the clos­ing min­utes.

Af­ter fail­ing to pick up a point from their first two games, Loughor Rovers fi­nally got off the mark with a de­served 3-1 win in a hard-fought en­counter at Kil­lay.

Goals came from Kieran Has­sett, Mike Grimwade and Jonny Michael.

Rooted at the foot of the ta­ble with­out a point from six games are Tum­ble United, who suf­fered a 4-0 de­feat in heavy un­der­foot con­di­tions at home to Pon­tard­du­lais Town.

Shaun Har­ris led the charge with two well-taken goals, and there was one each for Aled James and Joel Beynon.

The game be­tween Pen­gelli United and Dafen was aban­doned be­cause of an in­jury in the 88th minute. The score at the time was 0-0 and the re­sult will stand, ac­cord­ing to league of­fi­cials.

In di­vi­sion one, lead­ers Pontl­liw are the only team with their 100 per cent record in­tact af­ter a com­fort­able 4-0 win at Peny­fan United.

Pontl­liw dom­i­nated for most of the game, turn­ing pres­sure into goals for Dan Smale, Dan Ox, An­drew Shaw and Adam Scott.

Four other teams re­main un­beaten, with John­stown stag­ing an in­cred­i­ble sec­ond-half fight­back to res­cue a point in a 6-6 draw at home to Llan­deilo Town.

The home team, trail­ing 5-0 at half­time, re­fused to throw in the towel, with striker Sion Davies get­ting them back into the game with a well-taken hat-trick.

There were also goals for Glen Fearn, Lewis Rocke and Scott Thomas.

Striker Robert Ham­mond capped an out­stand­ing dis­play with a hat­trick for Kid­welly Town in the 8-0 win at home to Aberg­wili.

Aaron Forey struck twice for Kid­welly, with Connor How­ells, Dan Griffiths and Jor­dan How­ells the other play­ers to find the net.

With striker Chris Hyde grab­bing a hat-trick, Llan­dovery Town made ground ad­van­tage count in a 7-1 win against Pem­brey.

Tom Hyde net­ted twice for the vic­tors, while Lewis Bai­ley and Chris Davies scored the re­main­ing goals. There were two as­sists from the im­pres­sive Dan Pearce.

The games at Burry Port and Caer­bryn were post­poned be­cause of wa­ter­logged grounds.

Two teams still boast 100 per cent records: lead­ers West End United, who were with­out a game last Satur­day, and FC Car­marthen.

With Ash­ley Prior fir­ing in four goals, FC Car­marthen had lit­tle dif­fi­culty in keep­ing their record in­tact with a crush­ing 8-1 win at home to Bancf­fos­fe­len.

Other goals were scored by Osian Thomas, Mar­cus Bryan, Josh Mali­nowski and cap­tain Josh Archer.

Also un­beaten are Drefach, for whom Hedd Tudur scored two of the goals in the 6-1 win at Llanelli Park Rangers.

Drefach added fur­ther goals via Chris Amos, Jake Thomas, Jonathan Thomas and John Price.

There was a hat-trick for Josh Martin and two goals for Scott Jarvis which helped Car­marthen Town United de­feat Pen­l­ler­gaer 6-4 in their own back yard.

A fourth goal from An­drew Har­vey put day­light be­tween the teams, who were locked 3-3 at the break.

Re­serve di­vi­sion one lead­ers Loughor Rovers made it three wins from three when de­feat­ing Sea­side Reserves 7-1 at home.

There was a hat-trick for Rhys Beck, plus a cou­ple of goals each from Jonny Thomas and Kyle Jones.

A cou­ple of goals from Lewis Evans helped Gor­seinon Ath­letic Reserves to a 4-2 win at home to Pon­tard­du­lais Town Reserves. Richard Quinn and Tom Sny­der also hit the tar­get.

Owen Flow­ers hit four goals and Sion Jones two as Caer­bryn beat Drefach 6-4 in re­serve di­vi­sion 3B.

Si­mon James fired a hat-trick for Drefach and Obinna Anyadike scored the other goal.

And four goals from Davey Lewis helped Llan­gen­nech Reserves over­turn a 1-0 half-time deficit in the 5-2 win at Pem­brey Reserves. Dan Price scored a fifth for the win­ners.

Pic­tures: Phil Davies

Llanelli Park Rangers’ Ethan Fin­negan and Drefach’s Eir­wyn Owens bat­tle for the ball. Drefach won 6-1.

Chris Amos es­capes Llanelli Park Rangers’ Ethan Fin­negan.

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