NEWTOWN stormed back to form with a resounding 7-2 win at home to Kings Heath Pickwick in the South West Midlands Men’s Premier League.

Having conceded a combined 20 goals in their last two outings the Welshmen hosted a Kings Heath side desperate to make amends.

Connor O’Reagan gave Town a dream start with the opening goal inside the opening five minutes.

Town doubled their lead with Andy Denham flicking over the visiting goalkeeper before Sam Kelsey opened his account for the club following a short corner routine.

Kings Heath reduced the arrears early in the second-half but Town tightened their grip on the game soon after.

Dai Williams and Tudor Jones closed ranks at the back to allow Aohden O’Regan the freedom to break from midfield and slot home his side’s fourth from close range.

Denham doubled his tally before Rob Glasser squeezed home a sixth.

Newtown put the seal on a commanding win with Toby Williams releasing Graham Davies to complete the scoring before Kings Heaths snatched a late consolation.

Spokesman Nick Ratcliffe-Owen said” “A strong finish to the season will see us secure a mid table finish in an extremely comparative West Midlands South Premier League and provide a platform to build on for next season.”

Elsewhere Welshpool’s season came to an end with a 5-0 defeat at Ardudwy in the North Wales Women’s League.

Meanwhile Llanfair Caereinion and Bala shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw in North Wales.

Ellen Jones struck twice for Llanfair with Hannah Shirley-Smith’s strike completing the Mid Wales side’s late fightback for a deserved point

Presteigne found themselves on the receiving end of a 5-1 home defeat at home to Whitchurch in Premier League Two of the South Wales Women’s League.

Abby Griffiths struck a consolation goal for the East Radnorshire side

Honours ended even in Radnor’s division one clash at Cardiff Metropolitan with Elin Wozencraft on target to earn the travelling Goats a point.