Radnor Valley maintained their recent form in Spar Division One by chalking up a fifth straight league win. The Goats came from 2-0 and 3-2 down to defeat Tywyn Bryncrug 5-3 at home. Craig Pigott hit a post for Radnor before the visitors forged a two goal lead through Aled Jones. Ieuan Price reduced the deficit before half-time and the midfielder equalised with his second just after the break. Tywyn regained the lead with a goal on the counter attack from David Jenkins but Steve Morgan made it all square from 25 yards. Elliot Morris then put Radnor ahead for the first time with a header from a Liam Jones corner before Dewi Allen put Morgan through for his second of the game.

Knighton Town saw their good run ended as they crashed to a 6-1 defeat at home against Llanfair United on Friday night. It was much closer than the scoreline suggests with Llanfair banging in three late goals. The Robins, who were missing key players, looked on course to get something when Gareth Mansell levelled just after half-time but it was not to be as Mark Griffiths (2), Matt Spencer, Paul Griffiths, Toby Evans and Llyr Griffiths struck for Llanfair.

Llandrindod Wells ended a barren October with a 3-0 defeat at Kerry. Ben Davies opened the scoring and two well taken goals from Luke Mumford clinched the points for Kerry.

Welshpool Town remain top after a 2-0 home success against title rivals, Llanidloes Town. Ian Probert, with a first half penalty, and Adam Davies netted the goals to sink The Daffs

Llanrhaeadr are two points behind Welshpool, with a game in hand, after their 4-0 win at Bow Street. Joe Vaughan scored twice with Iwan Matthews and Tom Evans also neting.

Richard Davies scored a hat-trick as Berriew trounced bottom of the table, Machynlleth 7-1 with Dewi Hughes (2), Steff Rogers and Karl Seliaerts also on target.

Carno were disappointed in only managing a 2-2 at home against Churchstoke but they had to come from two down to salvage anything. Tony Meredith and Jamie Oakley had given Churchstoke a two goal interval advantage before Luke Evans and Scott Williams regained parity.


There is no stopping Builth Wells who notched an impressive 7-1 victory at Abermule to move eight points clear at the top of the Spar Mid Wales League second division. Richie Powell led the way with a four goal salvo for the men from the Lant Field. Harry Bastable, Jamie McIlroy and Johnny Samuel were also on target with Rob Bailey converting a penalty for Abermule.

Presteigne, who started the week-end second, were aiming to extend their four match unbeaten league run but slipped to a 1-0 defeat at home against Dyffryn Banw whose Rhodri Davies proved to be the match winner.

Presteigne’s defeat means Llansantffraid Village to top after completing a league double over Penybont. On Saturday they won the home fixture 4-1 with Nathan Prodger bagging all four goals while Lewis Pugh gained Penybont’s consolation.

Hay St Marys twice surrendered the lead in their home match against Dolgellau. Jack Biggs, back after a spell at Presteigne, and Adi Lawford twice gave The Saints the lead but Jasper Jones netted twice for Dolgellau.

Brecon Northcote also picked up a point in a goalless draw at Aberystwyth University but Talgarth Town ae now in the bottom three having gone down 4-1 at home against Montgomery Town. Harry Sharman pulled a goal back from the penalty spot when the score was 2-0 but Montgomery claimed only their second win of the term with a hat-trick from Robbie Hartshorn and a further strike from Jack Williams.

Newbridge had an afternoon to forget as they were beaten 6-1 at home by Aberystwyth University on Sunday. Aeron Powell netted for The Villagers but the students completed a productive week-end with Tom Spicer claiming a hat-trick whilst Liam Powell and Pablo De Tores completed the six hit.


Rhayader Town moved three points clear at the top of the Watson Financial Mid Wales League (South) following an emphatic 6-1 success at title rivals, Llanidloes Town Reserves. Both sides went into the day’s big clash boasting seven wins from as many games but it was The Red Kites who showed their quality with two goals each from Jamie Evans and Gareth Hughes. Aaran Bates and an own goal completed the tally while the Llanidloes reply was also an own goal which had levelled the scores.

St Harmon twice came from behind to salvage a point in a 2-2 draw against visiting Knighton Town reserves. Jack Brindley and Josh Evans twice put Knighton ahead but the mid table Swifts replied through Josh Rees and Geraint Mathias.

Jack Kennett netted twice as Newcastle triumphed 2-1 at Llandrindod Wells Reserves whose Darren Murphy was on target while in the basement battle, Brecon Northcote Reserves notched their first win of the season with a 4-0 home success over Felindre. Adam Tester led the way with a hat-trick forNorthcote whose other goalscorer was Conor Drain to leave Felindre firmly rooted to the foot of the table.