FOUR Crosses overcame a youthful Dyffryn Banw to seal their progress with a 2-1 win at Foxon Manor

Gaz Jones struck before an own goal doubled the hosts lead and Twm Foulkes reduced the arrears for the Llangadfan visitors.

Crosses could have extended their lead after the break only for Jamie Evans’ penalty to be saved by teenage goalkeeper Sion Williams but the hosts held firm to progress.

Meanwhile Llandrindod Wells toasted a 2-0 derby victory at Newbridge courtesy of goals from Matty Tong and Ashley Jones.

Machynlleth produced the shock of the round with a solitary strike from Dillon Browne enough to sink Carno 1-0 at Cae Glas on Friday night.

Holders Builth Wells were made to toil before seeing off hosts Knighton Town with an own goal and Christian Jones strike settling the outcome.

Elsewhere Craig Harris’ strike earned Caersws a 1-0 win over Rhayader Town while goals from Callum Matthews, Joey Price and Lewis Morris sealed Radnor Valley’s 3-0 win at Presteigne.

Llanidloes Town booked their second round ticket with goals from Dafydd Carruthers, Ashley Owen and Connor Bird sinking Penparcau while doubles each from Tom Evans and Scott Williams helped Montgomery Town prevail 4-1 at Forden United who replied through Charlie Edwards.

Welshpool Town also marched to the second round with goals from Jack Harris, Ricky Litchfield, Ian Probert and Will Thomas cancelling replies from Charlie Owen and Jamie Jones.

Luke Mumford starred with four goals as Kerry stormed to a 7-0 win at Churchstoke with a Max McLaughlin double and Jamie Price strike sealing an emphatic victory.

Meanwhile Niall Thomas’ hat-trick and a Steffan Rogers strike completed Berriew’s 4-0 win at Abermule.

Waterloo Rovers eased to a 5-1 win at home to Llansantffraid with doubles from Chris Proctor and Tom Ellis while Nathan James completed the tally while Rob Carruthers bagged a consolation.