A footballer hopes to make an impression during his debut for a new club following a transfer but very few make the quite sensational impact of former Llandysul midfielder Adrian Hazzelby in his first game for Newcastle Emlyn in Division One of the Costcutter League.

The middle of the pitch general turned in the kind of performance most players can only dream of as the Reds sprang a 7-1 win over visitors Dewi Stars.

As Emlyn led 3-0 at the break all three goals were netted by Hazzelby who impressed behind two strikers and after the break he slotted home a fourth goal.

Ashley Summers increased the home advantage and although the young visitors refused to capitulate and pulled a goal back through Liam Jones further strikes by Ashley Summers, Daniel Jones and Jake Kelly completed a rout and gave Emlyn maximum points for the sixth time.

Felinfach claimed a fourth win as the Milkmen brushed aside visitors Aberaeron Reserves 3-1 thanks to goals by Nathan Spowart, Lee Forrester and Josh Roper.

In recent seasons Cardigan Town have grabbed the limelight in south Ceredigion while neighbours St Dogmaels have been forced to take a back seat – but not anymore it appears.

Saints gave their neighbours a bit of a runaround at School Field as Adam Williams and Co reached the last eight of the Easter Monday League Cup with a 6-0 win.

The Teifi Estuary villagers made light of gluepot underfoot conditions as they led by two goals after the opening 45 minutes and added a further four during the second period.

Teenage former Cardigan Town and Cilgerran Rovers front-runner Louis Harding was the star of the show as he netted the first half goals and hit a further two after the interval – that's seven strikes in two games. Dan Jones and Rhys Jones were the other marksmen.

Unbeaten Division One leaders Lampeter Town are also in the quarter-final after brushing aside lowly Cilgerran Rovers 11-3 at North Park.

It was 7-2 and game over before half time as the mid county side ruled the roost with Scott Davies and leading marksman Jason Jones hitting hat-tricks and the other goals came via Marc Evans, Christy Gale (2) and Robin Slawkowski (2).