ABER STUDENTS STILL SEEKING THEIR FIRST WIN

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Cambrian News photographer - Action between Aberyswyth University and Newbridge.

ABERYSTWYTH University are still looking for their first points of the season in the MMP Mid Wales League division two after going down 3-1 at home to new leaders Newbridge last weekend.

Cambrian News reported “Ollie Woods scored twice for the visitors, and Charlie Boucher got the other to put paid to the plucky students, who had battled throughout and got their goal through George Taylor.

Hay Saint Mary’s are second in the table after they hit back from a goal down to win 2-1 away at Waterloo Rovers.

Rovers went ahead in the 41st minute when Andrew Gwilt headed in from a corner, but the Saints responded on the stroke of half time as Greg Preece broke down the right and his cross was sliced into the net by a defender, with Jack Biggs bearing in.

The Saints changed the formation in the second half and were rewarded as Biggs netted the winner on 56 minutes, after a good ball by Tom James.

Montgomery shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Rhayader, thanks to a last-minute penalty from Tom Evans.

Jac Williams had opened the scoring for Monty, but Jamie Evans and Taylor Wozencraft then put Rhayader 2-1 up, before the visitors were denied by the late spot kick

Four Crosses got back to winning ways with a 3-1 win against Machynlleth, with two goals from Harry Davies and a first goal for the club from Joe Clarke. Paul Jones netted the reply.

Curtis Williams scored twice as Presteigne got a first league win with a 3-2 verdict over Abermule, with Marcus Pearce also scoring. Nick Mumby and Tommy Jones netted for Mule.

In division one, Carno notched a solid 3-1 win over Kerry, with goals from Callum Page, Andy Evans and Richie Evans, with Max Mclaughlin replying.

Goals from Ifan Burrell, Gareth Severs and Elwyn Edwards earned Aberaeron a 3-1 win at Churchstoke, who replied through Jason Mynett.

Sam Williams scored a hat-trick as Builth Wells hammered struggling Tywyn/Bryncrug 8-0 at home. Josh Price added a brace, and Chris Roff, Tom Bethell and Will Cleaton also got on the scoresheet” here.

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