At least eight Costcutter League Clubs are through to round two of the prestigious J Emrys Morgan Cup, including holders Llandysul who enter the competition at the next stage.

Twice previous winners Newcastle Emlyn had to pull out the stops in springing a 1-0 win over Cardigan Town, also winners on two occasions.

The Reds are unbeaten since defeat on the opening day of the season and there is a feeling locally that they will figure in the end of season roll of honour.

The all-important goal came midway through the first half when a Mathew Goodman shot from outside the penalty area bounced in front of visiting goalkeeper Marsden and looped over him into the net.

Any hopes New Quay of the Second Division held of pulling off a giant-killing with a win over visitors and Division One leaders Lampeter Town were blown away as the visitors roared to a 7-2 win.

A policy by long-serving and highly-respected Town manager Terry Jones in giving his talented crop of youngsters their heads appears to be working just great as the new boys on the block produce the goods.

The boss had no fewer than six teenagers in the squad at Parc Arthur and his confidence in the fledglings was borne out as Town won without getting out of second gear.

For the high-flyers, who held a three goal advantage at the break, Scott Davies hit a hat-trick and impressive central midfielder Marc Evans netted twice.

Aberporth of the Second Division appeared on the way to a giant-killing as the Airmen led Crannog 2-1 in the dying seconds of the tie at the Urdd Centre in Llangrannog.

But Chris Welch with a free kick squared matters and in extra time goals by Mark Davies, who also rattled the crossbar on three occasions, and Welch again saw the first division side go through.

Mid Wales League South outfit Felindre from near Knighton on the Wales-England border could not make the two and a half hour journey to St Dogmaels pay dividends as the Powys side crashed 10-0.

Players, match officials and spectators took part in a one minute applause before the start of the tie at School Field in memory of 17-year-old local player Mikey Nicholas who died in tragic circumstances

near the River Teifi and whose funeral was held the previous day.

A nice touch was provided by Felindre with every player signing a sympathy card that was handed over prior to the game.

The understrength visitors never had a look in as young striker Louis Harding led the goal rush with a hat-trick, Rhys Jones bagged a brace of goals and the other marksmen were Luke Jones, John Midgely, Johnny James, Chris Morgan and Billy Myers

On the league front Llandysul won for the fifth time in eight starts as the Swallows brushed aside visitors Cilgerran Rovers 7-0.

For the on-form homesters Chris Harris hit a hat-trick, Scott Jones netted twice and also on target were Simon Davies and Josh Baker.