Roberts strikes as Ponty go 12th
PONTARDAWE Town gained their second win in a row to climb to 12th place in the Welsh League.
The Swansea Valley side struggled in the early weeks of the season, but six points over the last week has lifted morale.
Josh Roberts scored the only goal of the game for Pontardawe as they defeated AFC Porth 1-0.
But the wait for a first point of the season goes on for West End.
Last season's champions lost their eighth game in a row when they suffered a narrow 2-1 reverse at Aberdare Town.
Brian Thomas fired home a penalty for the Townhill side after Shaun Chappell and Richard French had put the home side two goals ahead.
Britton Ferry Llansawel are still top of division two thanks to a 2-1 victory at Dinas Powys.
Garden Village are up to fifth after claiming a 3-2 win at Caerleon.
Ammanford are still looking for their first win of the campaign after letting a two-goal advantage slip away at Ely Rangers on Friday.
Ammanford dominated in the first period and got their just reward when Sam Wilson netted from a rebound.
They scored their second through Matthew Fisher, only for the home side to battle back and claim the points.
Llanelli Town and Risca United shared a 3-3 draw on Friday, with the Gwent side equalising deep in injury time.
Liam Samuel (2) and Craig Frater scored for the Reds, while club stalwart Gary Lloyd saved a penalty after keeper Scott Davies was sent off.