KYLE Wilson struck a late winner as Four Crosses maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 3-2 win at home to Brecon Northcote.

Gaz Jones and Jamie Evans also struck for the villagers with the Stags always in contention through a an overhead kick from veteran Jason Keddle and Jack Evans’ free-kick.

Fellow new boys Waterloo Rovers celebrated an emphatic 6-0 win at Presteigne with Luke Evans leading the way with four goals while Charlie Proctor and Kieran Owen completed the tally.

Montgomery Town were also among the goals with Tom Evans starring with a hat-trick in a 6-0 win at home to Newbridge while Scott Williams added a brace and Robbie Hartshorn completed the rout.

Hay St Marys claimed the spoils at Machynlleth with Jack Biggs and Brendan Hackett strikes giving the Saints the lead before an own goal settled a 3-0 win.

Honours ended even at Cae Morfa with Ryan Davies’ penalty earning Borth United a point in a 1-1 draw after Geraint Roberts had given Dyffryn Banw the lead.

The Llangadfan hosts had started the match with 10 men due to a shortage of players but club veteran Huw Tudor raced back from holiday in Greece to bolster his side.

However Dolgellau Athletic failed to raise a side for their trip to Rhayader Town and can expect an early season fine and points deduction.