NEWTOWN marked the end of their pre-season with a 1-0 win at home to Northern Premier League side Hednesford Town.

Nick Rushton broke the deadlock just before the break with an 18 yard strike while the Robins conspired to spurn a host of chances with Rushton twice denied by goalkeeper Danny Crane while Craig Williams headed wide from eight yards.

Meanwhile the Mid Wales League Summer Cup Final saw Bow Street prevail on penalties at Llanrhaeadr.

The match ended goalless after 90 minutes with Alex Pennock making two saves in the resulting shoot-out as Street celebrated a 4-3 win.

Elliot Jones scored twice as Caersws marked the end of their pre-season with 4-1 win at home to Wrexham League side Corwen with Mark Edmonson and an own goal completing their tally while Carno crashed 4-0 at home to Coedpoeth United.

Meanwhile Abermule celebrated a 1-0 derby win at Kerry with Huw McGrath’s strike winning the day.

Welshpool Town geared up for the new season with an 8-4 win at Dolgellau Athletic featuring a four goal blast from Will Thomas and a brace from Ed Baker.

Further goals from Ian Probert, Josh Morgan and Ieuan Morgan-Thomas completed the Lilywhite tally.

Meanwhile Elliot Williams netted twice in Radnor Valley’s 3-1 win at Hereford Under 18s with Matt Croose also on target.

Guilsfield tasted defeat to St Martins in the final of the Graham Edwards Memorial Trophy in Gobowen.

Steve Tomkins gave the Guils the early lead and the Welsh side saw two further efforts ruled out before goals from Rob Dean, Matt Jones and Dave Hartshorn sealed the Saints a 3-1 victory.

Maesyrhandir crashed to a 6-1 defeat at Brockton Rovers with Kamal Lloyd-Jones netting a consolation for the Newtown side.

Meanwhile Bont overcame Lampeter Town with Liam Lewis netting twice and further goals from Chris Wilkins and Ben Lewis in a 4-1 victory.

Meanwhile Llanwddyn celebrated their first win since reforming last month with a 2-1 win over Welshpool Town Reserves in the first round of the Llanfechain Knock Out with Llion Parry netting twice for the Lakesiders.

Llansantffraid Village Reserves also progressed to the next round with a battling 2-1 extra-time win over Churchstoke Reserves while Waterloo Rovers Reserves made light work of Four Crosses Reserves in a 5-1 win seeing them seal a place in the semi-finals.