Five Costcutter League clubs made it through to the second round of Cwpan Coffa Dai Dynamo Davies while six hopefuls fell by the wayside.

Just like the J Emrys Morgan Cup ties the previous Saturday there were some big scores with 59 goals netted in seven ties and Division Two leaders Maesglas having a walkover after Aberdyfi, currently second in Division Two

of the Cambrian Tyres Aberystwyth League, failed to raise a team for the journey to Cardigan.

It was Llandysul who produced one of the most surprising results with a 6-1 Cwpan Coffa hammering of league champions Lampeter Town on Saturday.

Since losing a league game at home against St Dogmaels at the start of last month Llandysul have now won five league and cup games on the bounce.

It was 1-1 after the opening 45 minutes but then the Swallows moved up a gear for a lengthy period during the second half and left their opponents wondering just what had hit them.

Jason Lynch on his debut netted for the Llandysul Park outfit before the interval and got a second within a minute of the restart with the other goals coming from Chris Harries who bagged a brace, Lewis Jones and Ifan

Shon, the latter producing an exquisite chip.

Division One leaders St Dogmaels maintained their 100 per cent record for the campaign with a 12-1 win over Llanon of the Cambrian Tyres Second Division at fortress School Field.

Such was the dominance of the high-flying Saints the final scoreline flattered the visitors who were outclassed as they shipped seven goals before the break and five during the second period.

Front-runner Louis Harding led the goal rush with four, Peter Almond netted a hat-trick and the other marksmen were Rhys Jones, Dan Jones, Chris Morgan, Jack Thomas and Billy Myers.

Crannog were far too strong for a disappointing Cardigan Town side as the visitors strolled to a 5-0 win at King George V Playing Field.

The coastal villagers were in control virtually throughout with Brynley Davies impressing in midfield, the Aberystwyth Town Under 19 star netting one of the goals with strong defender Dylan Davies also on the scoresheet.

In the same competition New Quay of Division Two were buried under a ten-goal avalanche away against Bont, Cambrian Tyres Division One leaders Penparcau sprang a 5-2 win over visitors Ffostrasol, Dewi Stars went down

4-3 at home against Padarn United and Llanboidy beat Aberporth 6-4.

J Emrys Morgan Cup holders Newcastle Emlyn could muster only 11 players for the round one tie against Llandrindod Reserves in Powys, but the Reds, with manager Owain Thomas standing in between the sticks, emerged 3-1 winners.

And the visitors did the business with only ten players for a large part of the tie after midfielder Ty Argo was sent off for a second bookable offence.

Daniel Jones converted a Cai Evans cross for the visitors during the first half and they booked their passage with second half strikes by Robbie Jenkins, who netted a Corey Davies pass and came out on top in a one-to-one

with the goalkeeper.