Something has to give on Saturday when Costcutter League unbeaten leaders St Dogmaels visit the Urdd Centre in Llangrannog to take on second in the table Crannog with the winners going through to the semi-final of the J Emrys Morgan Cup.

Warming up for this weekend’s big one Crannog were held 3-3 by visitors Llanilar of the Aberystwyth League after 90 minutes in the last eight of Cwpan Coffa Dai Dynamo Davies.

But the coastal villagers showed their mettle by hitting five goals in extra time and putting themselves in exactly the right frame of mind for the visit of Saints.

Recent Crannog signing John Lumb was playing rugby for Neath against Merthyr in the WRU Principality and it is understood he is also unavailable for the Emrys Morgan tie.

Llanilar, who are fourth in the Aber league table, appeared set to win the tie when taking a 4-3 lead in extra time, but the visitors fell apart as the homesters upped the tempo.

For the Llangrannog high-flyers George Colven and Robbie Evans bagged a brace of goals apiece and the other marksmen were Mike Glover, Huw Owens, Gary Davies and Rhys Davies.

Ryan Edwards hit a hat-trick for the visitors with Guto Roberts also on the scoresheet.

There were those who felt St Dogmaels faced a tricky assignment against Ffostrasol Wanderers but in the event the north Pembrokeshire villagers overcame testing underfoot conditions and the opposition and but for missed chances would have won by a far wider margin.

As Saints made it 12 league successes on the bounce central midfielder Adam Williams put them ahead with a free kick that went in via the underside of the crossbar, and Rhys Jones wrapped up the points when heading home a cross from his brother Dan Jones at the far post.

Felinfach won for the sixth time in defeating Newcastle Emlyn 3-1, the Reds losing their fifth league game of the term.

For the Milkmen the goal-getters were Joe Jenkins, Kieran Boyes and Huw Davies.

Cardigan Town could be excused for believing they had three points in safe keeping as they led Llanboidy 2-1 deep into injury time at Cae Dandre, but the visitors conceded a goal from the last kick of the game and had to share the spoils.

Ross McDonald and Steff Williams netted for the west Carmarthenshire side with Owen Williams and Aled Davies on target for the Magpies.

Doomed Bargod Rangers were taken to the cleaners at Llandysul Park where Llandysul emerged 11-1 winners.

Jesse Clayton led the goal rush with four strikes, Mathew Newbold netted twice and the other goals came via Harri Wilson, Lewis Jones, Chris Harries and Scott Mayes.