FORDEN United geared up for the new season with a 2-1 friendly win at home to Abermule.

Goals from Michael Henderson-Smith and Ryan Jenkins earned United a hard fought win with Mule responding through summer signing Tom Halliday.

Llanfair United returned from Huws Gray Alliance side Penrhyncoch with a 2-1 win courtesy of goals from Josh Astley and Nathan Edgington before Josh Shaw replied.

Berriew shared six goals in 3-3 draw at home to West Midlands League side Sikh Hunters with Steffan Rogers, Dewi Hughes and Tom Williams on target.

A depleted Builth Wells suffered an 11-0 drubbing at the hands of Midlands League side Westfields while Llandrindod Wells and Waterloo Rovers played out a 3-3 draw at Broadway.

Meanwhile Caersws maintained their promising pre-season with a 4-1 win at home to Wellington Town of the West Midlands League with a Phil Jones double and strikes from Elliot Jones and summer signing Aled Jones.

Harry Holt was on target as Carno were beaten 2-1 at home to Gwynedd League side Penrhyndeudraeth.

Radnor Valley’s impressive summer form continued with a 3-0 win at West Midland side Pegasus sealed by strikes from Elliot Morris, Liam Jones and Rees Morris.

Dolgellau Athletic drew 2-2 at home to Wrexham League side Corwen with Dominic Thomas and Dennis Bates netting for the Wasps.

Dyffryn Banw beat a young Llanfair United Reserves 4-2 at Meifod’s Kings Head with Lennon Brian and Christos Nicolaou replying for United.

Llanidloes Town and Four Crosses battled out a 1-1 draw at Victoria Avenue while Hay St Marys marched to a 6-1 win over Hereford Under 19s.

Matty Tong and Jack Biggs both netted braces with Callum Maddy and Tom Landon also on target for the Saints who maintained their promising summer.

Newbridge celebrated their third win of the summer with goals from Alfie Stonefield, Lyndon Jones and Aeron Powell completing a 3-0 win over Padarn United.

Llanfechain celebrated two successive victories to step up for the new J T Hughes Montgomeryshire League season.

Goals from Lloyd Meredith, Jack Phillips, Liam Astley and a Byron Edwards double completed a 5-2 win over Newtown Wanderers.

Meredith was also among the scorers in a 7-0 win over newly formed Llanwddyn with Dan Hughes, Rob Edwards, Chris Jay and Joe Conde also on target.

Guilsfield were back in Graham Edwards Trophy action on Sunday and celebrated a comfortable 5-0 win over Mercian League side Gobowen Celtic.

John Lloyd led the way with a brace with Jack Harris, Dan Barton and Callum Bromley completing the scoring for the Guils.

Meanwhile Newtown suffered their first pre-season defeat in a 2-1 loss at Halesowen Town with an Ethan Jones goal consolation for the Robins against the West Midlands side.