ABERYSTWYTH University are still looking for their first points of the season after slipping to another defeat at the hands of Newbridge in the MMP Mid Wales League division two last weekend.
Cambrian News reported “Having lost 3-1 at home when the sides had met the week before, the students again succumbed to the early leaders as two goals from Aeron Powell and another form Dave Thomas wrapped up a 3-0 win to keep Bridge a point clear at the top.
Earlier in the week, the University went down 4-1 at Rhayader Town, with Jamie Stuart getting a consolation, after the hosts had gone ahead through Dan Goodman, Mark Davies, an own goal and Taylor Wozencraft.
Borth United notched a thrilling 6-5 win over Presteigne at Uppingham Fields, with Ryan Davies leading the way with a hat-trick, including a first half penalty.
Bryn Oliver, Gethin Ap Dafydd and a 30 yard freee kick from Clive Morgan also scored for Borth, who were 4-0 up at the interval, before Presteinge hit back with goals from Jordan Cooper, Tom Crichton, with a brace, Duane Anning, and a Tom Lewis penalty, after keeper Ben Willis was sent off.
Curtis Williams had also penalty kick saved by keeper Willis earlier in the game.
Hay St Mary’s came away from Dolgellau with a 6-1 win after first half goals from Jack Biggs, Matty Tong, with a brace, and Brendan Hackett earned a 4-0 interval lead.
Further goals followed in the second half from Tom James and Adi Lawford , but the hosts scored in the last minute through Sion Lloyd.
Nathan James scored the winner as Waterloo Rovers won 1-0 at Dyffryn Banw, whilst Gareth Hughes’ goal earned Rhayader a 1-1 draw at Abermule, who hit back through Adam Williams.
Joey Price scored a hat-trick as Radnor Valley closed the gap at the top of division one to four points, and with a game in hand, with a 5-0 win over Tywyn/Bryncrug, with Callum Davies and Elliot Morris also scoring.
Josh Price scored twice as Builth Wells won 4-3 at Kerry, with Will Cleaton and Rich Powell also scoring.
The Lambs reduced the arrears in the second half, despite going down to 10 men, through Matt Mumford and a Jonathan O’Rourke brace” here.