Can anyone halt the Cardigan Town bandwagon? The only Costcutter League club unbeaten in all competitions are chasing a five-trophy haul for the second time in five seasons.

In the 2014-2015 season, under manager Seamus Doherty, the King George V Playing Field aristocrats banked the Division One Championship, J Emrys Morgan Cup, Cwpan Coffa Dai Dynamo Davies (formerly Cwpan Ceredigion), Easter Monday League Cup and Bay Cup.

Alun ‘Gotrel’ Williams and team-mates reached round three of Cwpan Dai after a 3-1 away win over Cambrian Tyres Aberystwyth League side Bont.

Despite holding up the league the Pontrhydfendigaid cup battlers turned in a fully-committed showing and matched the visitors for lengthy periods.

Having not played for some weeks Town were rather sluggish and although never looked like losing the tie were below par for a large part of the game.

The Magpies went ahead after 24 minutes when classy young front-runner Liam Doherty turned a defender and found the bottom corner of the net from just outside the penalty area.

Town doubled the advantage just before the break when midfielder Ben Davies cut in from the right and netted in style.

To their credit Bont battled for everything during the second period and halved the deficit when Sion Thomas fired past Steff Marsden from 25 yards.

Striker Dylan Davies restored Cardigan’s two-goal lead with a long-range effort and although Bont had a penalty appeal turned down the visitors held out for the passage.

Seven days after ten league and cup fixtures fell victim to the wet weather a further five league games were called off on Saturday.

Relegation-haunted Dewi Stars must have regretted that their Division One away clash with third in the table and fast-improving Newcastle Emlyn went ahead – the Llanddewi Brefi strugglers were buried under a 14-goal avalanche at Parc Emlyn.

Despite the scoreline the young visitors must take some credit for refusing to throw in the towel as they continued to battle for the full 90 minutes.

Striker Steve Thomas led the goal rout with seven, Dorian Davies and Jake Kelly hit a hat-trick apiece and the other goal was netted by Cory Davies.

Seven days after suffering a 4-2 home defeat at the hands of Ffostrasol there was a better outcome for Felinfach who earned a point from a 2-2 draw against fifth-placed Crannog at the Urdd Centre.

Robbie Evans netted twice for the coastal villagers with midfielder and skipper Rhys John doing likewise for the visitors.

Earlier in the season New Quay appeared to be taking Division Two by storm but although still on top of the pile the Seasiders have dropped points.

On Saturday the pacesetters were held to a 2-2 by visitors Crannog Reserves at Parc Arthur where Ollie Edwards got the home goals with Dan Robinson twice on target for Crannog.

League newcomers Crymych moved into second spot after a 5-0 win over Ffostrasol Reserves at Tegryn.

The marksmen for the Preselimen were Llifon Howells who bagged a brace of goals, Sion Vaughan, Gethin Evans and Emrys Williams.

St Dogmaels Reserves banked maximum points after emerging 5-2 winners over their Aberaeron counterparts at School Field.

Jack Thomas (2), Elliot Wigley, Luke Jones and Osian Thomas were the Saints goal-getters with Lamin Manijang hitting two goals for Aeron.