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Thomas Walters' hat-trick helped Llantwit Major to a 4-2 victory over Taffs Well. David Lyon and Joseph Shephard got on the scoresheet for the Wellmen, but it wasn't enough as Cullen Kinsella scored late on to put the victory beyond doubt for Llantwit.

Port Talbot Town remain winless after losing 5-2 to Undy at The Causeway. Lewis Reed gave the visitors an early lead, before Daniel Jarman and Thomas Wright got on the scoresheet for Undy. Daryl Hughes brought it back level for the visitors going into half-time, but three second half goals for Gareth Cullimore saw Undy take all three points.

10-man Llanelli Town fought back for a point against Swansea University as Zac Brown's goal secured a 2-2 draw. Harry Huddart and Bruno Osorio gave the hosts a two goal advantage, but James Loveridge and Zac Brown helped Llanelli to a point.

Pontypridd Town were victorious at Celtic Park, as they defeated Cwmbran Celtic 2-1. Sam Johnson and Gavin Beddard gave the visitors a 2-0 lead going into half-time. Lewis Iles got a goal back for the hosts, but it wasn't enough to earn a point from the game.

A big win for Trefelin, as they defeated Cambrian and Clydach 4-1 at Ynys Park. Chris Jones and Jamie Latham scored just before half-time to give the hosts a lead, before Joe Clarke and Sean Hanbury scored to take the score to 4-0. Ryan Prosser netted a late consolation goal from the spot for the visitors.

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