Kilvey Fords in the goals as Brunswick end barren run
GOAL-HUNGRY Kilvey Fords beat Llangyfelach 6-1 in division one of the Pic-Up Spares Swansea Senior League.
Kilvey were quick to dominate the match, with Ashley Lewis shooting just wide early on, then Steven Berry following suit.
Llangyfelach had chances themselves, but Kilvey broke the deadlock on 30 minutes when Liam Otten received the ball at left-back and played a neat one-two with Lewis.
Otten crossed from the left and Kyle James fired an unstoppable shot from 30 yards into the top corner.
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Kilvey made two changes at the break with Luke Chappell and Stephen Stokes coming on.
But Llangyfelach got their equaliser after a cross into the Kilvey area fell to their striker, who finished smartly.
Chappell put Andrew Bonomi through, only for the Llangyfelach defender to bring him down in the area. Ashley Johns stepped up to put the ball into the corner and make it 2-1.
Kilvey had chances with Chappell, Bonomi, Lewis and Andrew Lorey all going close, and on 70 minutes Bonomi played in Lewis who guided the ball into the bottom corner.
The fourth goal was scored by Chappell after a shot was saved by the keeper and he was on hand to follow up.
After a great team move, Lorey beat a player and struck an unstoppable shot from 25 yards to make it 5-1.
With two minutes to go, Chappell beat the offside trap and rounded the keeper to complete the scoring.
Cwmfelin Press defeated Penlan Club 3-2.
Press were excellent value for a win that puts them into second spot in the table.
Press were trailing at the interval to a superb free-kick from Dale Otten, who smashed home from 25 yards to give Penlan the lead.
Early in the second half Penlan Club failed to clear a corner and were punished when Lee McManus pounced to level.
Press went 2-1 up when Tregembo burst down the wing and his cross-shot found the top corner of the net.
Veteran Press keeper Mark Thompson needed to be at his most alert to pull off a great save that prevented a Penlan equaliser, before Ashleigh Dennis dispossessed Michael Yates on the touchline before finding Tregembo with an excellent through ball for him to finish from close range.
Penlan rallied late on and were rewarded for their persistence when Dale Otten tucked away a penalty.
Cwmfelin Press : M. Thompson, A. Kift, R. Morgan, R. Jones, R. Clark, L. Lynch, R. Brown, D. Walsh, L. McManus, M. Tregembo, A. Dennis. Subs: S. Rees.
Swansea Dockers beat Carreg Wen 3-0 to maintain their position at the top of the table.
Liam Stiens scored against his old club, while Kyle Morgan's free-kick and a goal from Darren Ashford kept Dockers in top spot.
Brunswick United won their first league match since September when they beat South Gower 7-0.
Morriston Olympic beat Gowerton 9-0. Olympic have a mathematical chance of winning the title, but need to win matches in hand to catch the pacesetters.
Olympic were given an early boost when two early crosses were helped into their own net by Gowerton.
Chris Williams and Kristian Lacey grabbed two goals apiece before further goals from Sam Bevan, Sam Harrison and Michael Chapman gave Olympic a resounding win.