Cwm get past Dunes in the end
CWMAVON BGC enjoyed a dramatic 7-3 victory over Inter Dunes in the second round of the Knockout Cup.
Cwmavon held the upper hand in the first half, with a Richard Evans volley taking them into the interval with a 1-0 lead.
Fast-paced attacking led to Evans doubling that lead, but Dunes pulled one back.
The game became heated and a Dunes player was sent off and Evans completed his hat-trick to increase the Cwmavon lead.
Dunes committed more players forward and scored a second, and in the closing minutes a superb 25-yard strike saw them take the game into extra time.
Dunes started the first period of extra time buoyed by their comeback, but Evans scored an athletic overhead kick to again give Cwmavon the lead.
This seemed to knock the spirit out of Dunes, and two goals from Danny Symmons and one from Dai Samuel gave them a deserved win.
Port Talbot Tigers edged past Craddock Galacticos 3-2.
Craddock went 2-0 up early on with goals from Chris Parsons and John Hall. But the Tigers staged a superb fightback to claim victory.
Cornelly United put poor league form behind them to gain a 4-3 win at Gwynfi United.
Gwynfi had the better of the early exchanges and were awarded two penalties, which they converted.
Cornelly then got their passing game going and forced their way back into the game. First they were awarded a penalty, with David Cane scoring from the spot, then Bevan scored two goals to send the home side into a 3-2 half-time lead.
Cornelly played most of the second half with 10 men and Gwynfi took advantage to equalise midway through the half.
With chances wasted at both ends, it looked as if the game was destined for extra time, but with five minutes to go Dan Jenkins popped up to score the winner and send Cornelly into the quarter-finals.
Newton Wanderers stormed to a 12-1 win over Kenfig Hill B. After Newton reached double figures they allowed Kenfig to come more into the game and they grabbed a consolation.