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Abergavenny Town and Swansea University played out a five-goal thriller in the JD Cymru South on Tuesday evening. 

Despite Curtis Methven equalising twice for the Pennies, a goal from Adam Orme and his namesake Morgan's brace saw the Swans earn their first points of the season.

Goytre United and Cambrian and Clydach both continued their unbeaten start to the league season, as they played out a 1-1 draw at Glenhafod Park. With Ryan Prosser giving the visitors the lead, Cameron Harris levelled up the contest just four minutes later.

Carmarthen Town secured a comfortable victory as they put four goals past last season's table-toppers Llantwit Major. Summer signing Kaid Mohamed proved his worth by netting a fine brace, as the Old Gold bounced back from their opening day defeat.

In an enthralling contest at Rhiw Dda’r, Taffs Well and Trefelin headed into the final proceedings level at 2-2, until 20-year-old substitute Samuel Webber made his mark. The young talent netted twice in five minutes to secure a 4-2 victory for the hosts.

Tim Parker picked up where he left off on the opening day as his goal proved the difference in Llanelli Town's 1-0 win over Cwmbran Celtic at Stebonheath Park, with the Reds putting together back-to-back victories.

Barry Town United bounced back from their opening day defeat to Ammanford, as they overcame Afan Lido with a 4-1 win. Despite falling behind, striker Kayne McLaggon netted a fine brace to take his tally up to four goals after the opening two fixtures.

It was a late show once again for Ammanford, who netted a last-minute winner on the opening day, as Colin Harris scored in stoppage time to earn them a 2-2 draw against nine-man Ynyshir Albions.

Elsewhere, Briton Ferry Llansawel have recorded an emphatic 8-0 victory over Pontardawe Town. Forward Joe Hunt netted a brilliant hat-trick for Ferry, while Luke Bowen scored his second brace in two games as Andy Hill's side went to the top of the table.

Midweek results in full:

Abergavenny Town 2-3 Swansea University

Goytre United 1-1 Cambrian and Clydach Vale

Carmarthen Town 4-1 Llantwit Major

Taffs Well 4-2 Trefelin

Llanelli Town 1-0 Cwmbran Celtic

Afan Lido 1-4 Barry Town United

Ammanford 2-2 Ynyshir Albions

Briton Ferry Llansawel 8-0 Pontardawe Town

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