Cardigan and Llechryd both progressed to the quarter final of the J. Emrys Morgan Cup with wins at the weekend.

Cardigan drew 1-1 away at Bow Street Reserves after 90 mins, with 30 minutes of extra time unable to separate the two sides.

As the game went to a penalty shootout, and then to sudden death, Cardigan won by a slender 6-5 margin.

Meanwhile, Llechryd won 2-1 after 90 minutes in a home victory over Kerry.

Following the games, the tie was made for the quarter final, with the matches scheduled for February 18, 2023.

Cardigan have been drawn away at Tregaron, while Llechryd also face an away trip to either Tywyn or Bryncrug.

The other ties are St Dogmaels v Montgomery and Penparcau v Barmouth.

In their absence, Ffostrasol extended their lead to four points at the top of the Ceredigion League Division One with a 4-1 win over Dewi Stars, who still sit second from bottom.

St Dogmaels also took full advantage of Cardigan Town’s absence, leapfrogging them in the table and climbing to fifth with a 4-1 home win over Bargod Rangers, whom they also leapfrogged.

The only other Division One game was a crucial one at the bottom, as Llanboidy also leapfrogged the team the beat, as their 1-0 win over Llandysul put them in eighth, with the visitors now in ninth.

In Division Two, Lampeter FC, despite being third, still sit in pole position to be top of the league, now being only two points behind leaders Ffostrasol Reserves, but with four games in hand.

Lampeter played Aberporth, who were ahead in the league table, but are now three points behind after a 5-0 thrashing by the home side.

Leaders Ffostrasol Reserves still sit top however, thanks to their 3-1 home win over Pencader United, who are fifth in the league, but can still overtake Ffostrasol Reserves with their games in hand.

Maesglas FC were the top scorers of the top three divisions at the weekend however, scoring six in their 6-2 win over St Dogmaels Reserves.

St Dogmaels remain without a point from their eight games this season, and sit with a goal difference of -45.

The only other game in Division Two saw New Quay climb into second place with a 3-1 win over Aberaeron Reserves.