Producing another quality performance, Costcutter League Division One unbeaten leaders Lampeter Town swept aside relegation-haunted Cilgerran Rovers 8-1 at North Road.

The runaway win sent the mid-county hotshots soaring six points clear of Newcastle Emlyn in second place and the advantage could be extended to nine this weekend when the pacesetters visit bottom of the pile Ffostrasol while Emlyn have a postponement.

Back with Town this term influential central midfielder Marc Evans stole the limelight with a well-taken hat-trick as his side went into a 3-1 halftime lead and totally dominated after the break when the visitors were pegged in their own half for a lengthy period.

To their credit the Coraclemen bounced back after falling behind to Evans's first strike when Ollie Evans squared matters but the league leaders were soon in command again.

Also on target during the opening 45 minutes were Tom Willoughby and Jason Jones and after the interval Evans netted twice, Leon Holmes finished clinically and Robert Slawkowski who came through the junior section at North Road completed the rout.

To be fair the visitors battled throughout and were especially well-served by central defender Gary Evans.

Reigning champions Llandysul proved far too strong for visitors Dewi Stars who were rather flattered by the 4-0 final scoreline.

Stars huffed and puffed and had their moments but never looked like causing an upset as the champions turned in a polished performance with midfielder Terry Maynard giving his skills a thorough airing.

The dynamic midfielder set up 16-year-old Sion Mason-Evans for the first goal and Adrian Hazzelby doubled the advantage before half time.

Josh Baker got the third goal with a sweetly-struck 20-yard volley after more good work by Maynard and substitute Chris Harris rounded off the scoring with a header.

On song Newcastle Emlyn strolled into round two of the J Emrys Morgan Cup after a 7-2 win over Machynlleth Reserves at Parc Emlyn.

It was game set and match before the break with the Reds 4-1 ahead and cruising.

Striker Jake Kelly was again on top of his game as he struck a brilliant hat-trick, and the other scorers were Sam Skinner, Craig Gordon (2) and Owain Thomas.

Cardigan Town of Division One appeared to be heading out of the Easter Monday League Cup when trailing Aberporth of the Second Division 2-0 in an entertaining round one tie at Parcllyn.

But the Magpies fought back to square matters in 90 minutes and after a stalemate during extra time the visitors went through 4-3 on penalties.

Unbeaten Division Two leaders Bargod Rangers had completed a nap hand of successes before the visit of second-placed Llanboidy who turned on the style to spring a 5-2 win at Parc Puw.

For the cock-a-hoop visitors Dafydd Makepiece bagged a brace of goals and the others came via Ross McDonald, Jac Griffiths and Lukasz Bukowski with Josh Grota and Robbie Jenkins on target for Rangers.

The St Dogmaels first and second team games were postponed as a mark of respect for Saints stalwart Steffan Thomas who was tragically killed in a road accident a week last Sunday.