Seaside's loss leaves league with no-one left in big cup
THE LTC Mobility Carmarthenshire League has no survivor left in the Tony Nakonecznyj-sponsored West Wales Intermediate Cup.
Seaside started favourites to oust Pembrokeshire League division one opponents Goodwick United at home in the quarter-final, but they were surprisingly beaten 4-3. Both teams finished the game with nine players.
In one of four games in the premier division, Trallwm were on the back foot for the first 20 minutes but hit back to beat visiting Ponthenri 2-0.
Trallwm started the second half more brightly and broke the deadlock through a header by Anthony James in the 47th minute. Kristian Brown netted a second in the 57th minute.
There were maximum points for Evans & Williams, who beat Camford Sports 2-0 on their own ground.
From a cross by Chris Davies the keeper fumbled the ball into his own net to gift Evans & Williams the lead on the half-hour, before Johnny Thomas drilled the ball into the net on 85 minutes for their second. It came from a cross by Chris Davies.
In a crunch game in the relegation stakes, Gorseinon sneaked a 1-0 win at Wellfield.
Despite having Terry Williams red-carded in the 10th minute, Gorseinon scored the only goal of the game through Robert Cunnah on 18 minutes.
Riding on the crest of a wave in division one are Tumble United, who closed the gap on leaders West End United to three pointswith a 2-1 win at home to Pwll Athletic.
After going behind to an early penalty, Tumble equalised before the break through Peter Raynor in a goalmouth scramble. A bicycle kick from Julian Davies in the 70th minute proved to be the winning goal.
Kidwelly Town came second best when beaten 4-2 by visiting Johnstown United in division two.
United were given a dream start, Adam Thomas shooting them ahead in the fourth minute. By half-time it was 3-2 to United, for whom Marcus Roberts, with a header, and Tom Harvey scored in the 10th and 20th minutes respectively.
Although the second half was controlled by the visitors, United didn't secure maximum points until Adam Thomas grabbed his second goal in the 80th minute.
A terrific shot from the edge of the box by Stuart Williams gave CK Swiss Valley the lead in the away clash against Llandeilo Town, but the advantage was cancelled out in the 80th minute and the game finished 1-1.
There is no change at the top of division three, Greenfield Rovers still setting the pace after a 2-1 win at Bancffosfelen.
After going behind to a close-range shot by Kevin Davies in the 10th minute, Craig Murphy got Bancffosfelen back on terms in the 41st minute. But there was another twist before the break, Jordan Sullivan regaining the lead for Greenfield in the 44th minute.
Defences dominated in the 0-0 draw between Porth Tywyn and visiting Llanelli Steel, but Pembrey produced their best display of the season in thumping KRUF 9-0 at home.
Billy Wilson capped a superb performance with four of the goals, and there was one each for Gavin Williams, Liam Williams, Owain Jones, Darren Gower and Greg Porter. It was 3-0 at half-time.
A hat-trick by Stuart Morris helped Kidwelly Town beat Pontarddulais Town 4-3 in their away clash in reserve division two. Connor Howells also scored.
A goal from Adam Williams was enough for Gorseinon Athletic Reserves, who beat visiting Tumble United in the same division, while Aled Rumble netted twice for Ponthenri in the 5-1 win at home to neighbours Bancffosfelen in reserve division three.
All the goals for Ponthenri were netted in the first half, the others to score being Ciaran Lee, Zak Hartley and Andrew Harding.