It appears to be a case of déjà vu in the Costcutter League Division One as the table takes on a familiar look with reigning champions St Dogmaels making the running from Newcastle Emlyn, Llanboidy, Cardigan Town and Lampeter Town

The champs brushed aside visitors Dewi Stars 5-1 and with more steadiness in front of goal could have reached double figures.

Outstanding skipper and central defender Jason Williams along with vastly-experienced striker Peter Almond were left on the bench but two injuries led to them being drafted on in the opening quarter.

Although it was essentially a team effort for the Greens, special mention should be made of Adam Williams who started as a sweeper before moving up to his usual central midfield role where he dominated proceedings and produced several slide rule through-passes.

The champions received a bit of a wake-up call early in the game when David Beck fired the visitors ahead but the Teifi Estuary villagers squared matters just before the interval when Almond met a Rhys Jones cross and headed home.

Playing down the slope during the second period it was one-way traffic towards the Stars goal and although the home side fired a further four goals with a little more steadiness in the final quarter of the pitch could have doubled their tally.

Adam Williams set up Almond to head his second of the game with a made-to-measure free kick then turned provider for Casey Walters to hit the third.

More magic from Williams enabled substitute Tom Phillips to put Saints out of sight and it was Williams again who sent Rhys Jones clear to finish in style and make it a nap hand for the champs.

Newcastle Emlyn completed a four-timer with a hard-earned 2-1 win over visitors Crannog at Parc Emlyn.

The coastal villagers could justifiably feel rather aggrieved in not earning a share of the spoils after a spirited performance that very nearly saw them snatch an equaliser.

Striker Steve Thomas got on the end of a Dorian Davies cross to tap home and give Emlyn the lead and a visiting defender put through his own goal to make it 2-0.

Emlyn missed a number of opportunities to increase the advantage before Crannog found a new lease of life and Gruff Thomas halved the deficit.

Ffostrasol may be at the foot of the table after five outings but Wanderers could and should have taken maximum points against Lampeter Town at North Road.

The visitors went ahead early on when Dafydd Phillips crossed for Adam Jones to net with a header and soon afterwards Cian Edwards finished clinically in a one-to-one with the goalkeeper and the crossbar prevented a third goal.

Town dominated in the final 20 minutes and pulled the game out of the fire with goals from Gethin Hunter and Jason Jones.

In completing a win hat-trick Llanboidy inflicted a third defeat on promoted Aberporth by edging home 4-3 in a thriller at Parcllyn.

Leading marksman Rhys Jenkins bagged a brace of goals for the west Carmarthenshire visitors with Ross McDonald and Bartosz Kasperski also on target while Mathew Smith (2) and Michael King netted for the Airmen.

Llandysul banked maximum points for the second time in four games when springing a 1-0 win over a full-of-fight Felinfach at Llandysul Park.

The all-important goal was netted by Danny Williams.

Maesglas and New Quay are joint leaders of Division Two after both came out on top at home against Bargod Rangers and league newcomers Crymych respectively.

As Cardigan-based Maesglas sprang a 4-3 win Rhodri George, Grant Colmer, John Midgely and Marcus Dean were on target while Ollie Edwards and Glenn Baldwin netted for the Seasiders in a 2-1 win.