Llandysul turned the form book upside down with a 4-2 semi-final win over St Dogmaels to reach the final of the Easter Monday League Cup.

But the Costcutter League Division One Championship is going to their victims unless the Teifi Estuary villagers suffer catastrophic results in their four remaining games.

Crannog had already reached the final of the league cup and will be joined by Llandysul after their surprise win over St Dogmaels at Newcastle Emlyn.

Saints led 2-1 after the opening 45 minutes with goals by Louis Harding and Adam Williams while Mathew Newbold netted for Crannog, the chance created for him by a superb Chris Harries cross into the middle.

It was an entirely different story during the second period as the Swallows turned on the style, equalised from a Dean Jones free kick, went ahead through Jay Lynch and made sure of victory with an Ashley Summers strike.

Afterwards Llandysul manager Gwynfor Edwards, who is also involved in the Wales Under 19 set-up, said “We were not given much of a chance but showed in the second half what we are capable of. The lads are absolutely bouncing.”

Meanwhile back on the league front, Saints are six points ahead of their only rivals for the title Crannog with four games remaining while the Llangrannog side have only two and a far inferior goal difference.

The champions-elect host Llandysul this Saturday, and are away against Aberaeron Reserves and Lampeter Town before a home game against Crannog.

A 3-2 win over visitors Llanboidy virtually wrapped up the title for Jason Williams and team-mates who have been playing twice a week for the past month and are in action again tonight (Tuesday) when taking on Crannog in a Cwpan Coffa Dai Dynamo Davies semi-final tie at Newcastle Emlyn.

The final scoreline at School Field did not give a true reflection of a game controlled by the homesters who hit the woodwork on three occasions and missed a penalty.

Skipper Williams opened the scoring when tapping home an accurate Craig Williams cross, front-runner Peter Almond got the second from the penalty spot and later missed a spot-kick while the third Saints goal came from Rhys Jones who lobbed the goalkeeper after being put through by central midfielder Adam Williams.

Crannog ensured that the leaders could not celebrate a league title at the weekend by emerging 6-0 winners over visitors and almost doomed Aberaeron Reserves.

John Lumb, who the previous Saturday got four tries for Cardigan Rugby Club led the way with a hat-trick and the other marksmen were Rhys Davies who bagged a brace and Robbie Evans.