Rich goes on the rampage as he leads reserves to 17-goal rout
THE brilliant Richard Whalley scored four goals in each half for Carmarthen Town Reserves, who astonishingly beat visiting Wellfield 17-0 in an LTC Mobility Carmarthenshire League division one clash.
There were hat-tricks for Callum Deadman and Jordan Follows, while also on target were Dan Ramsey, Ian Barrett, and Ashley Williams.
Town are now three points clear of Killay at the top of the table.
In the only game played in Division 2, Pembrey came from behind to beat Ammanford Town 3-2 at home.
It was 1-1 at the break.
Trailing to a goal on 15 minutes, Pembrey rallied and equalised through a header by Sam Fitzgerald in the 35th minute.
Gavin Williams struck twice in the second half to earn Pembrey maximum points.
There wasn't any cheer in division three for Bancffosfelen, who found themselves on the back foot for most of the 90 minutes in the 4-2 defeat at Porth Tywyn.
A couple of second half goals from Matthew Murphy gave Bancffosfelen some hope of getting something, but it wasn't enough.
It took 120 minutes of football to settle the game between Tumble United and visiting Pontlliw in the first round of the Senior Cup competition.
When Tumble stormed into a 2-0 lead through Lee Williams and Tyrone Williams, the Gwendraeth Valley side looked to be heading into the next round.
But the visitors hit back to force extra time, before eventually winning 3-2.
Whitland are also out of the competition after losing 5-0 at home to West End United, but the scoreline doesn't do them justice.
For the first 65 minutes it was 0-0, and at this point the tie could have swung either way. Whitland keeper Sean Morgan dealt with everything thrown at him, while skipper Ceri Phillips was a tower of strength at centre-half.
After being held to 1-1 at half-time, Premier division side Camford Sports finished the stronger in toppling visiting Abergwili 5-1.
All the goals for Camford were scored by the deadly Chris Waters.
Second division Kidwelly Town found it a struggle in the away tie against Evans & Williams, for whom Robert Jones bagged a first-half hat-trick in the 10-1 win.
It was 4-0 at the break.
Jones netted a fourth in the second half, Johnny Thomas grabbed a couple, while also on target were Johnny Perrott and Nicholas Sinfield.
To add to their misery, Kidwelly gifted their opponents an own goal.
Ponthenri are through to the second round as a result of a 3-1 win at home to Llanelli Steel.
After getting the better of the early exchanges, it came as no surprise when Dominic Foreman broke the deadlock in the 15th minute to give Ponthenri the lead.
He latched on to a through ball by Shaun Williams.
A mistake by Anthony Hall gifted the visitors an equaliser to make it 1-1 at half-time, but it was only a temporary setback.
The second half was dominated by Ponthenri, who regained the lead through a low shot from Chris Bowen in the 55th minute.
From a free-kick 35 yards out, Craig Chandler tapped the ball to Bowen, who left the keeper helpless with his shot.
And it was Chandler himself who rounded off the scoring in the 67th minute.
Burry Port are through to the next stage after a 3-1 win at home to CK Swiss Valley.
Port dominated from start to finish, and took the lead in the 10th minute when Ceri Evans lobbed the keeper.
Carl Chant mad it 2-0 in the 20th minute and, though the visitors pulled a goal back from the penalty spot in the 43rd minute, Port secured the win when Owain Goddard netted in the dying minutes.