BUILTH Wells hit back to complete a 2-1 derby win at home to Radnor Valley in the Ardal North East League on Wednesday night.

Joey Price fired the Goats into a fourth minute lead.

However the dismissal of Elliot Morris on the hour changed the fate of the game with goals from Adam Farmer and Tommy Rowlands completing the Bulls' fightback.

Coach Adam Jones saw red late on to complete a miserable night for Valley.

County Times: Action from Bow Street's win over Dolgellau AA.

Action from Bow Street's win over Dolgellau AA. Picture by Colin Ewart.

Ben Davies starred with a hat-trick as Bow Street eased to a 4-0 win at home to Dolgellau AA with Rhys Hughes completing the scoring while the visitors ended with nine men following the dismissals of Iwan Jones and Gethin Evans.


Llandrindod Wells and Penrhyncoch shared the spoils following a goalless stalemate at Broadway.

Llanrhaeadr handed out a 6-0 thrashing at Welshpool Town with William Roberts-Morris starring with four goals while Joe Vaughan and Tom Evans completed the tally.

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Forden United maintained their unbeaten start to the MMP Central Wales League North season with a 2-1 win at home to Bishop's Castle.

Alistair Williams opened the scoring for the hosts before Marcus Ashley levelled with Harvey Gill restoring Forden's lead before the break.

County Times: Action from Forden United's win against Bishop's Castle.

Action from Forden United's win against Bishop's Castle. Picture by Ian Francis.

Kerry and Montgomery Town scrapped out a goalless stalemate at Dolforgan Park while a late strike from Nick Williams earned Tywyn Bryncrug a 1-0 win at home to Dyffryn Banw.

Four Crosses proved too good for Trewern United with Tom Evans, Will Howard and Jordan Dean each netting doubles in an 8-2 win.

Further goals from Ben Simms and Ben Clarke completed the rout while Jamie Dockerty and Byron Edwards reduced the arrears.

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Tregaron Turfs battled to a 1-0 win at Aberaeron in the southern league with Joshua Taylor the match winner.

Rhayader Town are also off the mark following a 6-3 win at home to eight man Knighton Town.

Darren Murphy and Bradley Goodwin each struck twice while Kyle Morgan and Ryan Addison goals completed the tally with Jack Hoyle netting twice and Jack Francis also on target in reply.

However Knighton ended the match with just eight men after Declan Beddoes and Jack Davies joined Hoyle in receiving their marching orders.