Reigning Costcutter League champions St Dogmaels sauntered to a 4-0 win over visitors Ffostrasol at School Field and returned to the top of Division One on goal difference from Cardigan Town who were in cup action.

It was all over bar the shouting by half time with the Teifi Estuary high-flyers having netted four goals and given their opponents a bit of a runaround.

During the second period Louis Harding blasted a penalty attempt over the crossbar as Saints continued to dictate and if the homesters had taken their chances they would surely have reached double figures.

The writing was on the wall after 52 seconds when an Adam Williams effort rebounded from an upright into the path of Rhys Jones who netted with ease.

With Saints going forward at every opportunity further goals came via Harding, Peter Almond and Owen Williams.

Before the re-arranged league game Saints were down for a home J Emrys Morgan Cup round two encounter with former winners Llanfair United Reserves but the Powys side pulled out giving their opponents a walkover.

Also in the Emrys Morgan it appears some clubs are not prepared to travel long distances as was the case when Aberporth forfeited a tie against Trewern United in the Welshpool area and Newcastle of the Mid Wales League South conceded the game at Llandysul.

Llanboidy completed a round trip of 250 miles to take on JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League village side Trefonen a few miles inside Shropshire.

Unfortunately for the west Carmarthenshire cup fighters they went down despite at one stage leading by two goals.

Winners in season 1992-93 Dewi Stars are through to the third round after a 2-1 win over Powys visitors Felindre in extra time.

Daniel Williams netted for the Llanddewi Brefi side in 90 minutes and Andrew Jones grabbed the winner near the end.

Unbeaten in all competitions this term Cardigan Town again showed what they can do in burying Dolgellau Reserves under a nine-goal avalanche on their opponents’ own stamping ground.

Manager and midfielder James Evans gave the visitors a solitary goal advantage at half time and as the floodgates opened during the second period speedy striker Liam Doherty helped himself to four goals and the others came through 16-year-old Jack Blackford wo bagged a brace, his father Steve and Steffan Evans.

A few weeks ago Lampeter handed out a six-of-the-best caning to Felinfach in Cwpan Coffa Dai Dynamo Davies and on Saturday the North Road players were again on the goal trail when brushing aside the Milkmen 5-1 in round one of the Easter Monday League Cup.

Front-runner Luke Lovell opened Lampeter’s account early on and Christy Gale with a superb strike doubled the advantage before the interval.

As the homesters continued to dominate during the second period Terry Witts slotted a penalty, Scott Davies hit the fourth goal and Christy Gale made it a nap hand with an unstoppable 25-yards free kick.