Wales On Sunday - - SPORT -

BARRY Town United main­tained their per­fect home record in the JD Welsh Premier League with an em­phatic 5-2 tri­umph over newly pro­moted Llanelli Town.

It was a fast start at Jen­ner Park as Rob­bie Pat­ten put the hosts ahead in the fourth minute, only for Joe Clarke to re­store par­ity min­utes later.

Jonathan Hood re-es­tab­lished Barry’s lead shortly be­fore the break, tap­ping in the re­bound from Jor­dan Cot­ter­ill’s saved shot.

How­ever, the Reds hit back again with Lenny Evans lev­el­ling the score be­fore Clarke was sent off for the vis­i­tors.

Barry even­tu­ally made their nu­mer­i­cal su­pe­ri­or­ity count when Chris Hugh drilled in a third be­fore Llanelli were re­duced to nine men with Chris Thomas sent off.

Clay­ton Green and McLag­gon added gloss score­line with late goals.

Else­where, New­town eased to a 3-0 vic­tory over Caernar­fon Town.

Af­ter a goal­less first-half, Luke Bound­ford, Nick Rush­ton and Neil Mitchell all found the net af­ter the break to hand New­town all three points.

A late penalty was enough to see Aberys­t­wyth Town take max­i­mum points at the Gi­ant Hospi­tal­ity Sta­dium against Llan­dudno.

De­clan Walker con­verted from the spot on 80 min­utes af­ter Ash­ley Ruane was fouled by Kai Ed­wards.

Zyaac Ed­wards saw red in the fi­nal min­utes to cap off a mis­er­able day for the Seasiders.

In other ac­tion, goals from Steve Tames and Kieran Smith gave Bala Town a 2-1 vic­tory over 10-man Car­marthen Town.

De­clan Car­roll net­ted for the Old Gold while Luke Bowen picked up two yel­low cards in the sec­ond half.

Else­where, Naim Ar­san was on the score­sheet for Cefn Druids as they drew 1-1 with Cardiff Met, who had Adam Ro­scrow on tar­get. Kayne to the

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