By Tivy-Side reporter

There were four Ceredigion Football League Division One matches wiped out on Saturday due to the inclement weather.

Only three matches were completed in total, unfortunately the bad weather stopped the rest.

The main match of the day saw St Dogmaels convincingly beat Ffostrasol 6-2 to reach the semi-final of the League Cup.

The Saints led 3-0 at the interval, Adam Williams scored twice and Peter Almond also struck the back of the net in the first period.

The visitors scored twice in the second period through Gethin Davies and Adam Jones, but the Saints settled the tie with Williams completing his hat-trick and there were further goals from teammates Louie Harding and Chris Morgan to complete a good day at the office for the Saints.

In Division Two, Newcastle Emlyn Reserves won 4-2 at home against New Quay.

The only other game to go ahead was in the Reserves Cup where Maesglas Reserves won 4-2 at home to Lampeter Reserves.

Maesglas got off to the worst possible start after conceding two goals inside 10 minutes.

Two well taken goals from Freddie Matte and Matthew Miller got the away side off to a flyer.

However after 20 minutes the Blues managed to scramble a goal back with Barry Jones scoring from close range after a mix up in the Lampeter defence.

A few minutes later a very similar goal which gave Lampeter goalkeeper Wyn Morgan no chance after two defenders got in each other's way and Aaron Eldridge squeezed between them and finished clinically from a few yards out.

Man of the match Aled James the young midfielder was pulling the strings and deservedly grabbed the goal to give the Blues a 3-2 lead at half time, James picked up on a loose ball from 20 yards and fired into the top corner.

At the break the Blues were narrowly leading and after a couple of substitutions early on in the second half one of the those certainly paid off when Daniel Phillips making his first outfield debut for the club latched on to a good pass and lobbed the keeper from 20 yards.

The visitors pushed as much as they could with player manager Paul Simmons working very hard to get back into the match but Maesglas were dogged in defence.

But it wasn't to be, Maesglas held firm for an excellent win.

Maesglas: Mo Sach Bandi, Thomas George, Joe Turner, Johnny Rees, Joe Howe, Ben Cox, Carwyn Edwards, Aled James, Barry Jones, Arron Eldridge, Dylan Karlicuick. Subs: Daniel Phillips, Will Williams, Aled Watkins, Geraint Fermor.