St Dogmaels of the Costcutter Football League are capable of beating the best at their level in Wales, according to manager Steve Jerry Williams.

After the Costcutter reigning champions buried Llanboidy under a ten-goal avalanche on their opponents’ Cae Dandre stamping ground boss Williams said: “In this kind of form we can take on and beat anyone. That was an absolutely superb performance today.”

And home supporters at the west Carmarthenshire venue were in agreement as their favourites were totally outclassed.

Saints turned in their best performance of the term with no fewer than six players just out of youth football.

It was essentially a team effort by the visitors but special mention should be made of central midfielder Adam Williams who was immense throughout and lifted those around him.

For the Teifi Estuary villagers, who led by six goals at the break, the marksmen were Louis Harding who helped himself to a hat-trick, Rhys Jones (2), Adam Williams, Owen Williams, Elliott Wigley, Tomos Rees and Josh Mellor.

Along with Saints neighbours Cardigan Town are unbeaten but could count themselves fortunate in gaining a 3-2 win over basement boys Ffostrasol at Troedyrhiw Park.

It was a bad day at the office for the visitors, but credit should be given to lowly Wanderers went ahead on two occasions and with a bit more rub of the green could have pulled off the shock of the season to date.

The Magpies, who were without injured midfielder and skipper James Evans, turned in a shoddy performance as they struggled for lengthy periods.

Gwynfor Bowen with a free kick gave Ffostrasol the lead midway through the opening 45 minutes before Liam Doherty squared the ball into the path of Dylan Davies who squared matters just before the interval.

Dafydd Phillips rounded stand-in goalkeeper Neil Evans to regain the advantage for the homesters and they went close to netting a third goal that could have proved decisive.

As it was Town threw everything into attack in the final quarter and got out of jail with goals by Ben Davies and Dylan Davies, the winner coming in the dying moments.

Newcastle Emlyn went through to round three of the Central Wales Cup after a 5-3 win at Llandysul.

Although the scoreline may suggest a closely-fought encounter the Reds never looked like slipping up and if they had shown more composure in the final third of the pitch would have won by a wider margin.

Emlyn led 2-1 at half time with goals by Corey Davies and Sam Skinner and although the Swallows pulled it back to 2-2 further goals for the visitors were netted by Davies and Skinner again and also Arthur Davies.

Llandysul’s cause was not enhanced when Nile Millband was given his marching orders after picking up a second yellow card.

Felinfach showed battling qualities in pulling off a 2-1 win over Mid Wales League outfit Builth Reserves in round three of the J Emrys Morgan Cup in Powys.

The Milkmen led 2-0 at the break thanks to strikes by Joe Jenkins from 25 yards and a low drive from the edge of the penalty area by central midfielder and skipper Rhys John. Builth halved the deficit during the second period but the visitors held out for a place in round four.

In round two of Cwpan Coffa Dai Dynamo Davies there were wins for Aberporth and Crannog who beat Penrhyncoch Reserves 3-1 and Talybont 4-3 respectively while Division Two leaders New Quay went down 7-1 against Waterloo in the Central Wales Cup.