GRIFFITHS IS THE HERO FOR TRALLWM
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.
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.