Like all others this season Costcutter League reigning champions Lampeter Town were no match for leaders St Dogmaels who romped to a 4-0 win in the Teifi Estuary village.

Saints, who look unlikely to slip up, have a game in hand on rivals and if they bank maximum points would be eight points clear.

The high-flyers sprayed the ball about accurately and when drafting on substitutes during the second period continued to pull most of the strings, leaving the champions well-beaten.

Lampeter had a few half chances during the early stages but after that it was virtually all St Dogmaels who led before the break from an 18-yard strike by Billy Myers.

Early in the second half leading marksman Louis Harding tapped home from inside the six-yard box before substitutes Aled Rees and Mike Diggle made sure of maximum points for the seventh time on the bounce.

An understrength Newcastle Emlyn came out on top 5-2 against a disappointing Cardigan Town outfit at King George V Playing Field.

It was virtually all over bar the shouting at the interval with the visitors leading 3-1 with goals from veteran Carwyn Thomas who bagged a brace and central midfielder John Curran.

Huw Jones and Scott Williams netted further goals for the Reds during the second period while Angus Rickord and Steff Davies were on target for the Magpies.

Llandysul lost ground against leaders St Dogmaels after being held to a goalless draw against Crannog at the Urdd Centre while Ffostrasol banked maximum points for the second time with a 1-0 win over visitors Llanboidy.

Maesglas retained the leadership of Division Two after a hard-earned 3-1 win over visitors Ffostrasol Reserves at Maes Radley.

Aaron Eldridge bagged a brace of goals for the Blues and John Midgley was also on target.