It’s get­ting tough at the top as Bont are held by Ferry

Wales On Sunday - - RESULTS AND TABLES -

PENYBONT had their lead in Welsh League Di­vi­sion One cut to just two points af­ter they were held 2-2 at Bri­ton Ferry Llan­sawel – while Haver­ford­west County thumped Ton Pen­tre 4-0.

Bri­ton Ferry led through Tyler Brock and then War­ren Hud­son, but the vis­i­tors hit back twice to keep their un­beaten league record in­tact, al­though it was only the sec­ond time in a dozen league games so far this term they have dropped points.

Rhys Grif­fiths’ side do still have a game in hand on Haver­ford­west who closed up on them with a crush­ing win at Ynys Park.

For­mer Swansea City hero Lee Trun­dle – who fired the goals to help steer Llanelli Town to glory last sea­son – was at the dou­ble with Sean Pemberton and Rhys Fawcett grab­bing the Blue­birds’ other goals.

Else­where Nathaniel MG Cup fi­nal­ists Cam­brian & Cly­dach’s ex­cel­lent sea­son con­tin­ues as they in­flicted a 4-0 ham­mer­ing on Am­man­ford in their own back­yard.

Richard French, Liam French, Kyle Jones and Sam Jones were all among the scor­ers for Cam­brian, who are third in the ta­ble and three points back on Penybont but have played two more matches.

Mean­while there were morale-boost­ing vic­to­ries on the road for both of the bot­tom two.

Taffs Well re­main bot­tom will take plenty of con­fi­dence from a 2-1 win at Port Tal­bot Town, while sec­ond bot­tom Pon­typridd Town ran out 4-2 vic­tors at Undy Ath­letic.

The other games in Di­vi­sion One saw Llantwit Ma­jor win 1-0 at Goytre United, with Sean Wil­liams’ goal the dif­fer­ence, while Mark Jones scored twice for Afan Lido along­side Chris Hart­land and Ben Thomas in a 4-1 win at Goytre.

Cw­mam­man United Cwm­bran Celtic drew 2-2. and

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