After a home defeat at the hands of Lampeter Town, followed by an away draw at Dewi Stars it was third time lucky for Llandysul who dug deep to spring a 2-1 win over previously unbeaten Ffostrasol at Troedyrhiw Park.

Manager Chris ‘Coco’ Davies has a crop of youngsters in his squad and also some vastly experienced campaigners, including goalkeeper Jock Durbridge the former Narberth stopper.

After a goalless opening 45 minutes Llandysul were awarded penalty for a handling offence, but striker Josh Martin’s stab at the target from 12 yards was kept out by the home custodian.

Martin atoned for his miss shortly afterwards when controlling the ball inside the area and firing into the bottom corner of the net.

The visitors put together some attractive moves and their efforts were rewarded when Zak Morgan headed a second goal.

Llandysul drafted on veteran former Ammanford star Luke Sayers for the final quarter and he was dominant at the heart of the defence.

Wanderers were always in the game with a number of breakaway moves and halved the deficit when awarded a penalty for a foul inside the area and striker Steffan Evans tucked away the spot kick.

The homesters threw everything into attack in an effort to pull the game out of the fire but Llandysul held out.

Llanboidy made a disappointing start to the season with defeat against local rivals Crymych, but the Cae Dandre men have come back strongly as they showed with a fully-deserved 2-0 win over visitors Cardigan Town.

Cardigan, who finished as division one runners-up during the last season, are not firing at this stage and will be hoping to improve in the weeks ahead.

Llanboidy, inspired by new skipper Jack Griffiths in midfield, dominated for lengthy periods but it was goalless at the interval and the goals came in the space of two minutes near the end of the contest.

The homesters went ahead when a mistake by Town goalkeeper Joe Roscoe allowed centre forward Ifan Phillips to fire home and the advantage was increased in double quick time when winger Tom Rogers finished clinically.

Division one joint leaders Lampeter Town were held to a 2-2 draw by a battling Felinfach in an entertaining game at North Road.

Front-runners Jason Jones and Christy Gale were on target for Town with Paul James and Huw Davies replying for the Milkmen.

In division two Bargod Rangers bounced back from an opening day home defeat at the hands of league new club Llechryd with a 3-0 away win over league newcomers Pencader United.

Back in the fold after a spell with Newcastle Emlyn striker Sam Skinner was the goal hero for the Parc Puw outfit with a well-taken hat-trick.

Maesglas and Aberporth shared six goals in an entertaining spectacle at Maes Radley in Cardigan. The visitors scored through Liam Griffiths, Daniel Davies and an own goal.