NEWBRIDGE prevailed 4-3 winners in a seven goal thriller at home to Presteigne to book a third round ticket.

Terry Williams’ hat-trick was not enough for Presteigne as strikes from Matt Meredith, Aeron Powell, Ollie Woods and an own goal won the day for Bridge.

Waterloo Rovers proved a class apart in a 7-1 thrashing of New Quay.

Scott Holley and Chris Proctor led the rout with doubles while Mike Jones, Ollie Davies and Mark Proctor strikes cancelled David Evans’ reply.

Dyffryn Banw were also among the goals with Llyr Thomas, Alwyn Jones and Efan Davies doubles and a Jamie Huxley strike completing a 7-0 thumping of Llanfyllin Town.

Rhayader Town ended the day the round’s top scorers with Taylor Wozencraft’s four goals and a double from Jack Bright inspiring a 9-0 rout of Llanymynech with Tony Davies, Gareth Hughes and Ryan Addison also netting.

Cory Davies and Sam Skinner doubles and Arthur Davies’ strike earned Newcastle Emlyn a 5-3 win at Llandysul who remained in contention through Andrew Gilbert’s brace and Lewis Jones’ effort.

Elsewhere Ryan Edwards struck twice in Penparcau’s 5-2 win at Brecon Northcote with Mike Gornall, Liam Jacques and Jordan Lee also netting.

Brecon Corinthians completed a shock 3-0 win at Borth United with Joel Evans, Jordan Baker and Brian Keddle on target.

Llanilar also staged an upset with Ryan Hopkins netting twice and Jamie Dowse completing the scoring in a 3-2 win at Abermule who replied through Scott Mumby and Jack Jarman.

Padarn United also toasted a 3-2 win at Churchstoke courtesy of goals from Paul Jarman, Pete Wilson and Tegid Owen with an own goal and Jamie Betton accounting for the Marketmen's replies.

Elsewhere goals from Cledan Davies and Rhun Garner cancelled Pablo De Torres’ reply in Tregaron Turfs 3-2 win at Aberystwyth University.

Meanwhile Bishops Castle progressed with a 4-3 win at home to Forden United who replied through Charlie Edwards, Jake O’Donnell and Tom Anderson.