GUILSFIELD Reserves battled to a 2-1 win at home to Meifod to seal a place in the second round of the Llansantffraid Village Cup.

A penalty from the evergreen Danny Barton and an Owen Rothwell strike earned the Guils their progress and cancelled out Phil Hughes’ reply for the Kings.

Meanwhile Trefonen produced one of the results of the JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League Honda Division One season with goals from Brandon Rogers and Ben Pullen completing a 2-0 win at Bishops Castle.

Llangedwyn savoured derby glory with goals from James Broadbent, Dean Jones, Lee Evans and Rich Evans completing a 4-2 win at Llanrhaeadr Reserves who replied through Huw France and Sam Sefton.

Elsewhere Trewern United celebrated a hard-fought 2-1 win at home to Maesyrhandir with Barry Haralambous and Joe Beddoes goals cancelling a Cliffy Lawson strike for the Newtown side.

Meanwhile Four Crosses Reserves produced a shock 4-3 win at Mitsubishi Division Two leaders Caersws Reserves.

Liam Astley netted twice while Rhys Owen and James Cook also netted for Crosses while Sam Barker bagged a brace and Sam Williams also struck in reply for the Bluebirds

Elsewhere Llanfyllin Town Reserves also produced a shock 6-3 win at home to early season high flyers Newtown Wanderers.

Lewis Mackin and Dan Lightwood starred with two goals each for the Magpies with Kevin Jones and Harry Lloyd also on target while Wanderers hit back in vain through Dave Ash, Ewan Jones and Neil Lloyd-Jones.

Derby honours belonged to Welshpool Town Reserves with Ross Wilkinson, Luke Thomas and an own goal settling a 3-0 win at home to Waterloo Rovers Reserves.

Meanwhile Kerry Reserves and Llanymynech shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw at Dolforgan Park with Rob Harvey netting for the hosts while Grant Jones secured a point for the border visitors.