Dafen the early pacesetters after 3-0 win on the road
AFTER being beaten in their first league game of the season in the Premier division of the LTC Mobility Carmarthenshire League, Star Cup winners Evans and Williams bounced back to beat Bwlch Rangers 9-4.
It took Evans & Williams just 16 seconds to open their account through Johnny Thomas, who was on target again when latching on to a ball by Chris Davies in the 11th minute.
The Bwlch defence was torn apart in the opening half, the home team taking advantage with three more goals before the break from Mike Edwards, Robert Jones and Chris Davies.
The second half continued in the same vein with Evans & Williams dominating, and the pressure produced four more goals by Jones, Edwards, Matthew Banfield and Stuart Rees, who got his toe to the ball in a goalmouth scramble.
Seaside defeated Camford 3-1.
But it was Camford who started the better and were awarded a penalty after 12 minutes when Chris Waters was brought down in the penalty area by Chris Lazell.
Adam Jones fired home to make it 1-0 to Camford.
Seaside were level on 20 minutes when a cross by Jamie Richards was met by Jamie Bowen at the far post. His header was well saved but Bowen reacted first to slot home the rebound.
On 34 minutes Seaside were in the lead for the first time when Rob Thomas picked the ball up 35 yards from goal and went on a fine solo run, finally slotting the ball under the keeper from 15 yards.
Camford started well in the second period but failed to create any clear chances.
As the half went on Seaside stated to control the play and it came as no surprise when Bowen scored his second, beating the offside trap and firing into the far corner from the edge of the box to make it 3-1.
Seaside kept pressing but were denied by an outstanding performance by the Camford keeper.
Going great guns at this early stage in the season are Dafen, who made it maximum points from two games when defeating Loughor Rovers 3-0 in their own back yard.
Loughor went into the match as favourites, but it was a shock to the system when they found themselves trailing 3-0 on the half-hour.
A through ball by Wayne Williams found Steve Commey, who made it 1-0 in the fifth minute, before Callum Letheren scored direct from a corner on 16 minutes.
The third goal went to Wayne Williams, who scored from the rebound after his initial shot from a Lee Williams cross was blocked by the keeper.
Striker Anthony James was the hero for Trallwm, his goals helping his team to a hard-fought 2-1 win at Ponthenri.
The visitors opened the scoring through James in the 20th minute, and the same player was handed the chance to make it 2-0 when the referee penalised Josh Andrews and pointed to the spot five minutes before half-time. James duly lotted home.
To their credit, the Ponthenri players rolled up their sleeves and were unlucky not to be awarded a penalty themselves in the 67th minute. But the referee waved away appeals from the home team for a handball in the box.
Ponthenri reduced the deficit in the 82nd minute when a free-kick from Craig Chandler was met on the volley by Chris Bowen.
The home team pushed forward in a desperate attempt for the equaliser, only to be denied by the Trallwm defence.
Promoted West End United staged a fightback, coming from 2-0 behind to share a 2-2 draw in the away clash against Gorseinon Athletic.
Trailing to strikes from Gary Davies and Adam Williams, the visitors rallied to pull a goal back through Stewart Hemmingway with a penalty before half-time.
And it was the brilliant Hemmingway who rescued a point for his team in the 68th minute.
Felinfoel hosted division one leaders Carmarthen Town Reserves, who strolled to a 6-2 win.
And it was even more comfortable than the scoreline suggests, with Town finding themselves 5-0 up after half an hour.
It took Town just two minutes to open their account through Richard Whalley, which was followed by goals from Scott Thomas and Nicky Palmer in the 13th and 18th minutes.
Whalley netted his second to give Town a 4-0 cushion, before Dan Ramsey struck late in the first half and early in the second to make it 6-0.
With Town in command it was an opportunity for the manager to ring the changes, and that resulted in the home team scoring two late goals.
Burry Port lacked firepower in the disappointing 2-0 defeat at Caerbryn.
Tumble United would have settled for a point at Killay, and that's just what they got in a 2-2 draw.
After shooting ahead through Brett Enoch in the 25th minute, Tumble surrendered the advantage and found themselves behind 2-1 midway through the second half.
But the Gwendraeth Valley side weren't to be denied and salvaged a point thanks to a 75th-minute goal from Adam Butler.
Greg Fisher and Owen Williams shared four of the goals for Garden Village, who beat visiting Johnstown 5-0.
At half-time it was 2-0, also on target for Village being the hard-working Ryan Davies.
A goal from Tom Connors wasn't enough for Pwll Athletic, who lost 4-1 at home to Pontarddulais Town, but Trostre Sports were mighty impressive in a 4-0 win at Wellfield.
Outstanding for Trostre was their highly rated 16-year-old Christopher Williams, who ran the home defence ragged with a well-taken hat-trick. Dale Rees also netted.
Yet it was Wellfield who were given the best opportunity to take the lead, but they were denied when Trostre keeper Rhys Maides saved a penalty.
Trailing 2-0 at half-time, CK Swiss Valley battled back to beat visiting Johnstown United 3-2.
Daniel Thomas and Nicky Morgan netted to level it up at 2-2, before Nicky Griffiths banged in the winner on 86 minutes.