Football round-up by John Adey

Some football clubs returned to action after a suspension of fixtures due to the coronavirus pandemic, with a handful of matches going ahead in the Costcutter Ceredigion League.

In division one Felinfach made the short journey to Llanddewi Brefi, where the Milkmen sprang a 3-1 win over Dewi Stars, while bottom club New Quay picked up their second point of the season in a thrilling 4-4 draw against Ffostrasol at Parc Arthur.

Llandysul meanwhile put a dismal run behind them in thrashing visitors Cardigan Town 7-1 in round three of the Central Wales Senior Challenge Cup at Llandysul Park.
Felinfach played some neat football, with Dan White creative in midfield and Owain Evans a tower of strength at the heart of the defence, and Aled Davies fired the first goal for the visitors.

A Paul James free kick doubled their advantage and although the Stars hit back through Rhodri Edwards after the interval, sub Cameron Miles wrapped up the points with Felinfach's third goal.

New Quay belied their lowly league position with a fully deserved point against third in the table Ffostrasol and with a little more rub of the green could have picked up all three points.

Cian Edwards had put the visitors ahead early on, but the Seasiders hit back with two well-taken goals by midfielder Jack Chetwyd and David Evans.

Steffan Jackson squared matters for Wanderers with a 20-yard strike that left the rivals sharing four goals at the break.

Sion Evans in his first game back after injury nudged Ffostrasol ahead, but goals by Gareth Evans and Ollie Edwards enabled New Quay to lead by the odd goal in seven, before Tomos Evans equalised with four minutes left on the clock.

Llandysul manager Chris ‘Coco’ Davies was meanwhile full of praise for his youngsters who produced a quality performance in brushing aside Cardigan 7-1.

Jessie Clayton opened the scoring for the homesters, a Town defender put through his own goal for the second, teenagar Osian Dewi Mson-Evans made it 3-0 and skipper and midfielder Lewis Jones hit the fourth.

Llandysul continued to dominate in the second period and they netted further goals through a Josh Martin volley, Jay Johnson and Osian Dewi, with Adam Davies getting on the scoresheet for Cardigan.

In the only other Central Wales Cup match, Penrhyncoch marched on with a 5-1 win over Builth Wells, courtesy of a Steffan Gittens brace and goals from Gwion Pugh Jones, Ifan Burrell and Cledan Davies, with Greg Preece replying.

In Mid Wales League West action, Aberaeron had another tough day at the office as they went down 4-1 at home to Tywyn/Bryncrug in the ER Jenkins Cup.

Goals from Ben Richards, Aled Jones and Ben Williams earned Tywyn the win, with Gareth Severs on target for Aberaeron.