LLANIDLOES Town continue to set the pace at the top of MMP-NL Mid Wales League One following a 5-0 win at Llansantffraid.

Goals from Gregg Brown, Ash Owen, George Clarke, Rhys Evans and Gareth Owen ensured a comfortable win at Treflan for the table topping Daffodils.

Meanwhile Montgomery Town battled to a 2-0 win at Tywyn Bryncrug courtesy of goals from Tom Evans and Callum Roberts.

Elsewhere Greg Preece struck a last gasp winner as Builth Wells returned from Caersws 2-1 winners.

Josh Price gave the Bulls the lead before James Coleman levelled for the hosts on the hour with Preece’ late winner ensuring Builth the points.

Gary Jones’ tenure as manager of Carno began with a 1-1 draw at home to Four Crosses.

Joe Morris gave the home side the lead only for Crosses to hit back for a point.

Honours also ended even at Bow Street with Kerry claiming a creditable 2-2 draw.

Darryl McWatt and Luke Evans goals ensured a point for the Lambs.

Aberaeron and Llandrindod Wells also battled to a 2-2 draw with Ashley Jones and Martin Rowan netting for the Spamen only for the hosts to salvage a point with goals from Elwyn Edwards and a last gasp penalty from Mattie Davies.

Meanwhile honours also ended even at Uppingham Field as Borth United and Newbridge shared a 2-2 draw.

Clive Morgan and Jay Walker struck for the hosts while Aeron Powell and Jake Bufton ensured Bridge a point.

Richie Evans completed a double as Machynlleth overcame Dyffryn Banw at Cae Glas with Callum Page and Harry Vince-Holt also netting in a 4-2 win.

Ryan Edwards was also a two goal hero as Penparcau strolled to a 5-0 win at home to Knighton Town with Liam Lewis and Nathan Richards completing the tally.

Jake O'Donnell maintained his rich form with a hat-trick as Forden United made light work of Presteigne while a Jon Sutton double completed a 5-0 win.

Rhayader Town overcame Abermule 3-1 with a Jamie Evans double and Jordan McFadden strike cancelling Edward Jones' reply.

Elsewhere Welshpool Town booked their place in the quarter finals of the Welsh Trophy with a 4-2 win at Radnor Valley.

Martyn Ziemann struck twice with Ricky Litchfield and Will Thomas completing the scoring.

Berriew bowed out with a 4-2 penalty shoot out defeat at home to Llandudno Albion after the sides scrapped out a 1-1 draw with Joe Haycock netting for the hosts.