West End have 20-20 vision!
THE result of the day in the LTC Mobility Carmarthenshire Football League was without doubt West End United's remarkable 20-0 home win against Llansteffan in division one.
Only three points separates the top six clubs at the top of the table, and sitting in pole position after that astonishing 20-0 win are West End.
Prolific striker Stuart Hemingway, with eight of the goals and strike partner Sam Evans with seven, led the spree.
Luke Williams netted twice, one a long-range strike, the other three scored by Darren Rees, finishing off a mazy run with a cool finish, a rare Patrick Butchers header and Dyfrig Frater.
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Hemingway's eighth saw him claim the West End goal-scoring record that had been jointly held by Eddie Roach and Phil 'Tids' Jones.
There was an unexpected three points for Tumble United, who beat visiting Trostre Sports 4-2. Peter Raynor capped an outstanding display with a hat-trick.
The goal of the game, however, was scored by Brett Enoch, who left the defenders flat-footed with his blistering pace. It was 3-1 at half-time.
One goal always looked likely to separate Pwll Athletic and visiting Pontarddulais Town, and that's how it turned out.
Both defences stood firm for 67 minutes before the deadlock was broken by Pwll's Marcus James for a 1-0 win.
Burry Port still boast an unbeaten record but had to settle for a point from a 2-2 draw at home to Killay.
After being behind at 0-1 and 1-2, Port fought back each time with goals from Ben Coles, in the opening half, and Wayne Phillips. His equaliser for 2-2 flew into the top corner from just outside the box.
Caerbryn beat Llangennech 7-2 with a fine display.
The first goal came from Justin Thomas after good running down the right from Jamie Woodall.
The second came from Woodall after another explosive run past the Llangennech defence, and shortly afterwards Thomas got his second after Roy Tomlinson tantalised the Llan defence and found Thomas. Llan had opportunities but they were dealt with well by a solid Caerbryn defence.
In the second half further pressure from Keith Dainton, David Roberts and Sion Raymond made easy work through midfield and Llangennech's defence struggled to contain the pressure.
Llan did put some good passing moves together and were rewarded with a goal, but from the restart Caerbryn replied with a Justin Thomas's hat-trick goal.
Llangennech grabbed a second goal but Caerbryn responded with a vengeance and in the last 10 minutes produced three further goals from Jason Hughes, Sion Raymond and a great individual goal from man of the match Simon James.
On Saturday Caerbryn are away to Swansea Valley side Ynysmeudwy Athletic in the West Wales Cup.
It is all change at the top of the premier division, with defending champions Seaside back in pole position after a 5-0 win at home to Evans & Williams.
With Seaside dominating the early stages it came as no surprise when they opened the scoring on 15 minutes. Jamie Bowen crossed from the right to Dai Hughes, who made no mistake from 15 yards.
The lead was doubled two minutes later, Bowen again providing the telling pass for Bruno Farkouh to race through and lob the keeper from 10 yards.
The second half was similar and on 67 minutes Hughes scored his second, finishing low into the corner, and substitute Steve Stone made it four on 72 minutes, heading in from close range.
With six minutes remaining E&W were reduced to 10 men when Stuart Mahoney was sent off for dissent, and Farkouh wrapped up the scoring with three minutes left.
Maybe the pressure of being top of the table affected Loughor Rovers, who suffered a first league defeat when going down 4-2 at home to Bwlch Rangers. It was 1-1 at the interval.
Bwlch secured the points through Ross Morgan, Clayton Jenkins, Matthew Hughes and Matthew Williams.
Loughor were twice ahead at 1-0 and 2-1 thanks to Dan Hurford and Ryan Howells.
There was also a first league defeat for Ponthenri, who lost 1-0 at home to Camford Sports.
Camford enjoyed good possession in the first half but although Vince Curry's pace troubled the back four, Camford only had a few long-range shots that Anthony Johns in the Ponthenri goal dealt with well.
The second half saw Ponthenri press more and create a few openings and they had a header cleared off the line with 10 minutes to go.
Then with a few minutes left, substitute Paul Fowler had another chance at a quick free-kick and this time his shot deflected off Ponthenri defender Rhys Culley into the bottom corner for Camford to take the three points.
After being gifted an early own goal conceded by Matthew Thomas, Pengelli United went on to beat neighbours Gorseinon Athletic 3-1.
Luke Rees extended the advantage before the break.
Although Andrew Mumford breathed new life into Gorseinon in the 55th minute, the home team weren't to be denied and wrapped up the points through Ashley Pass.
Kristian Brown, Liam Samuel, and Luke Jones, scored for Trallwm, who won 3-2 at Wellfield Athletic. It was 1-0 to Trallwm at half-time.
Going well and boasting a 100 per cent record in division two are CK Swiss Valley, who accounted for visiting Penyfan United 3-1.
Rhys Morgan netted twice for Swiss Valley, while Stuart Williams also hit the target. It was 1-1 at half-time.
Drefach are going through a rough time at the moment and have advertised for a first-team manager.
There was plenty of spirit in their performance against visiting Carmarthen Town Reserves but no end result as they lost 10-0. Richard Walley helped himself to four of the goals for Town.
Scott Thomas netted twice, the others to hit the target being Danny Brook, Rhys Elias, new signing Nicky Thomas and Adam Thomas. It was 5-0 at half-time.
Leaders Greenfield Rovers made it six out of six in division three when defeating visiting Bancffosfelen 5-2.
Four of the goals were shared between Ashley Skivington and Jordan Sullivan, while Josh Finan also hit the target.
To their credit, the visitors didn't throw in the towel, and were rewarded with goals from Jamie Jones and Gavin Griffiths. It was 4-1 at half-time.