ALEX Morgan was the toast of Forden after his last gasp leveller earned his side a point at home to Carno in the MMP Central Wales League North this afternoon.

Geraint Jones' 75th minute strike looked to have clinched victory for Carno before Morgan saved Forden United a point in the dying embers of the game.

Meanwhile Bishop's Castle celebrated their first win of the season with an emphatic 4-0 win at Dyffryn Banw

Alex Jones and Martyn Ziemann shared the plaudits with both netting twice as Castle eased to victory at Cae Morfa.

County Times: Action from Forden United's clash with Carno. Picture by Ian Francis.

Action from Forden United's clash with Carno. Picture by Ian Francis.

Elsewhere Tom Allen netted twice as Tywyn Bryncrug eased to a 5-0 win at home to 10 man Trewern United.

Aled Jones, Nick Williams and Paul Grant goals completed the scoring while the Tigers ended with 10 men following the dismissal of Rhys Humphreys.

Charlie Humphreys proved Abermule's late match winner in a 2-1 victory at home to Llansantffraid on Friday night.

Greg Pryce fired Mule ahead before Matty Williams levelled for the Saints with two minutes remaining.

However Humphreys immediately restored Mule's lead before Saints joint manager Marc Griffiths saw red deep into injury time.

County Times: Action from Forden United's clash with Carno. Picture by Ian Francis.

Action from Forden United's clash with Carno. Picture by Ian Francis.

Honours ended even at Foxen Manor as Four Crosses and Montgomery Town shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.

Tom Evans fired Monty ahead with 15 minutes remaining but Crosses pulled level when Thomas Evans netted from the penalty spot.

Meanwhile Andy Gwilt starred with a hat-trick as Meifod stormed to a 4-1 win at Berriew with Alun Hughes completing their scoring after Tony Meredith reduced the arrears for the Rhiewsiders.

Barmouth United proved too strong for Waterloo Rovers at Wern Mynach with Ryan Williams, Ieuan Brooks, Paul Lewis and Ceri Roberts goals sealing a 4-1 win with Ian MacLeod netting a consolation for the Welshpool side.