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Pontypridd Town AFC sit at the top of the pile of the Cymru South after they crushed a youthful Port Talbot Town 8-0 at the USW Sport Park.

Jonathan Jones men, one of only four teams to remain unbeaten in the league this year scored four goals in each half to secure a comprehensive win. 

Long-serving forward Luke Gullick had a hat-trick and there was also a brace for Sam Johnson, as well as goals from Gavin Beddard, David Vincent, and substitute Jarrad Welch.

Ammanford almost matched what the Dragons had done but Rhys Thomas’ consolation goal was the only dampener on a gr-eight day for Gruff Harrison’s men as they won 8-1 against Undy Athletic.

Wonderkid Triston Jenkins scored four goals to take his tally for the campaign up to nine. Captain Lee Trundle scored a brace, with Matthew Fisher and Kai Whitmore also in on the scoring action. 

Another large victory, this time at Ynys Park, saw Trefelin BGC beat Risca United 4-0. 

Chris Jones gave Richie Ryan’s side a slender lead but then the introduction of Roan Piper inspired them to more goals. He scored three minutes after his introduction. Damon Thomas and Joe Clarke also found the target. 

In the only game that was evenly contested with just one goal separating them, Llantwit Major defeated Goytre United 2-1. 

Thomas Walters, who once plied his trade at Glenhafod Park, scored against his former club. Kyran Steadman netted his first goal in the second tier to equalise but Josh Morgan restored the lead for Karl Lewis’ men early in the second half. 

On Friday evening, Briton Ferry Llansawel put in a super six performance against Cwmbran Celtic, as they won 6-0 at Old Road.

2019/20 top scorer Mark Jones scored a hat-trick for the Reds with Liam McCreesh, Tyler Brock, and Joe Hunt all chipping in with their own efforts.

Cambrian & Clydach Vale were temporarily top of the league after their 2-0 win at Sketty Lane over the defending champions.

An own goal from Luke Martin put Scott Young’s side in front before Dai Thomas’ wonder strike put the Sky Blues on their way.

At Rhiw’r Ddar, Taffs Well continued their good run of form as they defeated Afan Lido 2-1.

David Lyon, back in South Wales scored the Wellmen’s first but Jordan Edwards equalised with ten minutes remaining.

Scott Hillman had different ideas though and scored five minutes from time to secure a third win in four games for Craig Sampson.

At Stebonheath Park, Llanelli Town bounced back from their heavy home defeat to Pontypridd by beating bottom-placed Carmarthen Town.

A goalless first-half was brought to life by Sam Parsons who scored with a sublime strike in front of the Sgorio cameras.

16-year-old Halis Esien, making his first start then assured Andy Legg a win with a goal in stoppage time. 

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