REIGNING champions St Dogmaels made their rearranged journey north to
Llanddewi Brefi worthwhile as they returned to action with an emphatic 7-1 win over Dewi Stars.

The Teifi Estuary villagers had played just one Costcutter Ceredigion League game since the season started on August 17, and moved quickly to arrange to fixture after their scheduled home match against Ffostrasol was called off due to Covid regulations.

Despite being without a few regulars, including central defender and skipper Jason Williams, it was a first-rate team performance by the Saints with three brothers, Adam Williams, Owen Williams and 16-year-old substitute winger Lewis Williams all on the scoresheet.

Lewis looked a future star and also to the fore was winger Jack Thomas and front-runner Louis Harding, who set up some great chances.

Powerful midfielder Adam Williams slotted the first goal, Rhys Jones doubled the advantage, Owen Williams hit the third and Josh Mellor made it 4-0 at the break.

During the second period Callum Thomas crossed from the right and Lewis Williams blasted home from 12 yards and the same player got the sixth goal before Rhys Jones rounded off the scoring. Gethin Jones scored a consolation for the hosts.

Before the game league chairman John Jones presented stand-in Saints skipper Adam Williams with the Division One trophy they captured the last time the league was up and running.

A nice touch was Dewi Stars forming a guard of honour for the champions.
Llanboidy appear to have hit a purple patch and they produced a first-rate showing at Llandysul, where the Carmarthenshire visitors emerged as 4-1 winners.

It was all over bar the shouting at half-time, with winger Tom Rogers bagging the first two goals and Rhys Jenkins with a cool finish then got their third goal.

As the visitors continued to dominate the game, front-runner Gethin Scourfield crashed home a fourth goal, whilst Dean Jones got a consolation for the Teifisiders.

Lampeter Town beat New Quay 2-1 at Parc Arthur where, after a goalless first half, goals from Terry Witts  from the penalty spot and Christy Gale secured the points, with Dave Evans scoring for the home side.

Felinfach and Crymych shared four goals in an entertaining spectacle in the Aeron Valley, where a draw was probably a fair result.

Owen Evans, with a header from a free kick, and Paul James got the Felinfach goals, with Ifan Davies netting Crymych’s opened at a corner, and Eilir George slotted in their second goal.

Division two high-flyers Llechryd eased to a 4-1 win over visitors Aberaeron Reserves with goals by Cory Davies, Owen Wilson, Liam Wilton and Jac Blackford, whilst Endaf Evans replied.

Jamie Hartley scored twice as Llandysul Reserves shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw at Maesglas, who scored through  Jayden Carter and Aaron Williams, whilst St Dogmaels Reserves won 2-0 at Pencader United.

In division three, a Ryan Pearce double and goals from Dion Morgan, Owen Jenner, Chris Bowen and Ifan Jones saw Llanboidy Reserves emphatically beat Maesglas Reserves 7-1, and Crymych Reserves were 3-1 winners against Felinfach Reserves.