Ruthless West End's title bid continues
WEST End's title charge in division one of the MacWhirter Welsh League continues.
Their impressive 5-0 defeat of AFC Porth on Saturday has lifted them to fourth in the table.
The Townhill side are just seven points off the top spot occupied by Taffs Well, but they still have three games in hand which could yet prove crucial.
West End went in front against Porth in the second minute when Sam Brown side-footed home a Kieren Cullen cross.
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And they doubled their advantage when Jordan Davies netted after being put through by Darren Griffiths.
Ashley Curtis then bagged a brace, the first after Brown played him in and the second with a superb volley after good work by Cullen.
And the scoring was completed when Brown headed home.
But Pontardawe Town saw their push for silverware jolted by a 2-1 defeat at Cwmbran Celtic.
Pontardawe started the first half brightly, but the hosts were gifted two first-half goals through a failure to clear the ball.
Pontardawe were much more together in the second half and their efforts were rewarded when the ball fell kindly for Arwel Rees to score from the edge of the box.
Josh Dorward and Tom Grey both saw chances go begging and Ponty failed to get the equaliser they deserved.
Goytre United scored an injury-time equaliser to draw 2-2 with Caerleon, but remain rooted to the bottom of division one.
Caerleon took the lead before Michael Waters equalised on the stroke of half-time.
The Gwent side thought they had won when they netted in the 89th minute. But Stephen Hughes rescued a point for Goytre with a late leveller.
Tata Steel drew 2-2 with Aberdare Town.
Tata fell behind against the run of play after an inspired performance from Tom Bradley kept them at bay.
Aberdare went 2-0 in front early in the second half and David Brown then missed a penalty.
But Chris Parfitt pulled a goal back with 10 minutes remaining and Carl Clement equalised in stoppage time.