Costcutter Division Two newcomers Crymych made a sensational entry into round one of Cwpan Coffa Dai Dynamo Davies at Llandysul Park where the Swallows of Division One were hammered 5-1.

Looks of utter disbelief on the faces of home supporters said it all after one of the biggest upsets on the local scene for many seasons.

As the Preseli men comfortably repelled the challenge of their more illustrious opponents, Sion Vaughan stole the limelight as the attacking brightspark hit a superb hat-trick.

The other goals came via Gethin Evans and Oliver Evans.

St Dogmaels faced a tricky away assignment against Aberystwyth League third-placed Bow Street Reserves.

But the north Pembrokeshire high-flyers dug deep and came up trumps by springing a deserved 3-2 win despite turning in a below par performance.

Street led 2-1 at half time but Saints controlled the game during the second period and deserved the passage. Classy midfielder Rhys Jones netted twice for the visitors and the winner came eight minutes from the end when an Adam Williams free kick was flicked on by Peter Almond and Louis Harding blasted home.

Inconsistency has plagued Lampeter Town this term but the mid county side came good at North Road in handing out a six-of-the-best caning to Felinfach.

In a hugely improved showing there were goals for Gethin Hunter who bagged a brace, Liam Jones, Jason Jones, Christy Gale and Rhys Bowden.

Costcutter Division Two joint leaders Maesglas pulled out the stops to reach the next stage thanks to a full-of-fight showing in beating Aberystwyth League fourth-placed Aberdyfi 4-3 at Maes Radley in Cardigan.

Despite the scoreline suggesting a closely-fought affair the Blues were the better side on the day and appeared to have something in hand.

The Maesglas marksmen were John Midgley (2), Tom Gardner and Joe Howey.

Llanboidy and Ffostrasol shared four goals after extra time at Cae Dandre where the visitors came out winners 4-3 on penalties.

Aberaeron Reserves, who were relegated from Division One at the end of last season, were knocked out when going down 4-0 against Aberystwyth leaguers Penrhyncoch Reserves at Cae Baker.

Aberporth showed significant improvement to reach round two after a 4-0 win over visitors Dewi Stars at Parcllyn.

Holders Crannog were left kicking their heels after the tie against Llanilar was postponed because of an unplayable pitch.