Saints seal title glory
ST Dogmaels clinched the Costcutter League division one title for the first time since 2007 with a 2-0 win over Llandysul.
But as well as celebrating lifting the title, there is speculation that the Saints may join the Pembrokeshire League next season.
It is understood officials have contacted the Pembrokeshire League and been informed that, if accepted, they would play in division five.
There has been controversy this season with a number of referees refusing to officiate at Saints games.
Against visitors Llandysul, the Greens led through a Chris Jones strike at the interval after a shot from Peter Almond was blocked. And they wrapped up the title with a goal worthy of winning any competition.
After chesting the ball on the edge of the penalty area, Rhys Jones unleashed a thunderous volley that flew into the back of the net via an upright.
Saints manager Steve Williams drafted on a number of youngsters during the second half and they could well be in the line-up for the remaining league encounters as the new champions concentrate on the final of the J Emrys Morgan Cup on Good Friday and the Bay Cup.
It was not such good news for the new champions four days earlier when they were knocked out of a second cup competition at the semi-final stage when going down 1-0 against Crannog in Cwpan Coffa Dai Dynamo Davies at Parc Emlyn.
Hero of the hour for Crannog was George Colven, who netted the winner in the final quarter.
Eyebrows were raised when the final score filtered through from Llangrannog where Crannog buried division two runners-up Aberporth under a 20-goal avalanche in round one of the Bay Cup. The Airmen turned up with only nine players and their cause was not enhanced when they were reduced to seven after two red cards.
Gary Davies, Robbie Evans and Colven netted four apiece, Tom O’Connor and Gruff Thomas both scored twice and the other goals came via Huw Owen, Rhys Davies, Jordan Jones and Dylan Davies.
Back on the league front, it was all a bit of a stroll for thirdplaced Lampeter Town who emerged 6-1 winners over relegated Bargod Rangers at North Road. The mid county side led 3-0 after 20 minutes. The marksmen were Scott Davies who bagged a brace, Christy Gale, Liam Jones, Robert Slawkowski and Jason Jones.
Ffostrasol beat Cardigan Town 3-1 at Troedyrhiw Park, while Newcastle Emlyn emerged 6-0 winners over Aberaeron Reserves.