WHEN action in the Costcutter Football ceased in March due to the coronavirus pandemic there were joint leading goal-scorers in Division One.

Outstanding in a role just behind the front-runners, Rhys Jones netted 18 goals and was a major influence as St Dogmaels retained the championship.

Jones shared the accolade as ace goal poacher with Rhys Jenkins, of Llanboidy, who also netted 18 goals as the west Carmarthenshire club occupied a mid-table position.

In Division Two, striker Oliver Edwards of champions New Quay led the way with 12 strikes, one ahead of Rhodri George who was on target for Maesglasalong with Crymych's Simon Vaughan.

Vastly experienced Mathew Newbold helped Llandysul Reserves lift the Division Three title with 15 goals and one behind was Llanboidy wide player Owain Gibbin.

Leading goal-scorers

Division One: 18: Rhys Jenkins (Llanboidy), Rhys Jones (St Dogmaels); 16 Louis Harding (St Dogmaels); 14 Steve Thomas (NC Emlyn); 10 Dylan Davies (Cardigan Town), Jason Jones (Lampeter Town); 9 Liam Doherty (Cardigan Town); 8 Jake Kelly (NC Emlyn); 7 Dorian Davies (NC Emlyn); Robert Jenkins (Crannog); Rhys Jon James (Felinfach); Ifan-Sion Mason-Evans, Llion Williams (Cardigan Town); Danny Williams (Llandysul)

Division Two: 14 Oliver Edwards (New Quay); 11 Rhodri George (Maesglas); Simon Vaughan (Crymych); 9 Jack Chetwynd (New Quay), Osian Thomas (St Dogmaels; 8 Lamin Manjang (Aberaeron Res); 7i Glenn Baldwin (New Quay), John Midgley (Maesglas), Mathew Williams (Maesglas)

Division Three (Reserves): 15 Mathew Newbold (Llandysul); 14 Owain Gibbin (Llanboidy); 11 Ian Hamilton (NC Emlyn); 6 Dean Jones (Llandysul), Chris Jones (Maesglas), Ethan Jones (NC Emlyn)

Final League tables

Division One: St Dogmaels 40; Cardigan Town 31; NC Emlyn 27; Crannog 24; Lampeter Town, Llanboidy 21; Felinfach 16; Llandysul 15; Ffostrasol 9; Dewi Stars 6; Aberporth 0

Division Two: New Quay 29; Crymych 24; Maesglas 23; Aberaeron Res 21; Crannog Res 13; Bargod Rangers 8; St Dogmaels Res 7; Ffostrasol Res 3

Division Three (Reserves): Llandysul 29; NC Emlyn 22; Llanboidy, Cardigan 15; Felinfach 11; Maesglas 6