HARLEY Lawton fired the MMP Central Wales League South title race wide open as Penparcau snatched a late point in a 2-2 draw at home to Radnor Valley on Saturday.

Joey Price fired Valley ahead with Stefano Antoniazzi levelling for the hosts before Rees Morris restored the visitors' lead with 20 minutes remaining.

Lawton's injury time leveller kept his own side's faint title hopes alive while ensuring Valley and Hay St Mary's level at the top of the table with 50 points.

Knighton Town celebrated a 4-1 win at Tregaron Turfs with two goals from Alex Smith and efforts from Jack Brindley and Billy Hyett cancelling a reply from Ryan Davies.

Machynlleth overcame the challenge of 10 man Aberaeron on Friday night with goals from Callum Page, Dillon Browne and Calum Humphreys cancelling Ianto Evans' opener with the Seagulls seeing Chris Alldritt dismissed late on.

County Times: Action from Penparcau's clash against Radnor Valley. Picture by Stuart Townsend.

Action from Penparcau's clash against Radnor Valley. Picture by Stuart Townsend.

Kerry closed on the MMP Central Wales League North title following a 3-3 draw at home to closest challengers Barmouth United on Saturday.

Richard Davies fired the Lambs into a 22nd minute lead only for Barmouth to level within seconds through Paul Lewis and lead at the break through Shane Jones's strike.

Daryl McWatt restored parity with a penalty in the first minute of the second-half before Lewis spurned a chance to restore Barmouth's lead from the spot.

Robert Murfet fired Barmouth ahead on the hour before McWatt was denied from the spot 10 minutes later before Barry Bellis once again restored the Lambs to level terms.

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Tywyn Bryncrug celebrated a 2-1 win at Trewern United with goals from Ryan Goddard and Nick Williams cancelling a reply from Luke Francis.

Waterloo Rovers came out on top in a 3-2 thriller at Meifod.

A Tom Ellis strike gave the Welshpool side an interval lead before the hosts replied through Andy Gwilt early in the second-half.

Steve Jones restored Rovers' lead on the hour before Owain Richards extended his side's advantage with the hosts reducing arrears late on through Huw Williams.


Abermule maintained their impressive campaign with a 4-0 win at home to Montgomery Town.

Greg Pryce fired Mule into an interval lead before Mike Humphreys and Charlie Humphreys each struck after the break and a late Luka Knight goal settled the outcome.

Martyn Ziemann struck twice as Bishop's Castle also maintained their own push for a top two finish with a battling 2-1 win at home to Llanfyllin Town who remained in contention through Lewis Birch's reply.

Honours ended even at Foxen Manor where Four Crosses shared the spoils with a visiting Carno in a goalless draw.

Kyle Butcher's injury time winner at Dyffryn Banw sealed a 1-0 win for Berriew who moved off the foot of the table on Friday night.

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