THE Emrys Morgan Cup took centre stage today as clubs across the region went head to head in the second round.

Forden United celebrated a 6-2 win at home to Llanfair United Reserves with Jake O'Donnell netting twice.

Havey Gill, Rob Evans, Harry O'Donnell and Ben Davies completed the tally while Rhydian Morgan and a Damian Mann own goal accounted for the visitors' replies.

Waterloo Rovers booked their third round ticket with an emphatic 6-0 win at Llangedwyn with Steve Jones netting twice and goals from Dylan Walton, Gareth Turner, Tom Ellis and Mike Vaughan settling the outcome.

Josh Crowl's hat-trick inspired Bow Street Reserves to a 4-2 win at Meifod with Joseff Williams completing the Magpies' tally while the Kings replied with goals from Alun Hughes and Zakh Ward.

County Times: Action from Forden United's cup win over Llanfair United Reserves.Action from Forden United's cup win over Llanfair United Reserves. Picture by Ian Francis.

Bishop's Castle celebrated a 3-1 derby win at Newcastle with Martyn Ziemann netting twice and Toby Mills completing the scoring while the Millers replied through Craig Morris.

Billy Clarke struck twice as Four Crosses toasted a 3-1 win at Llanidloes Town Reserves with Will Howard also netting with the hosts reducing the arrears with a reply from Rhys Evans.


Tom Evans was the toast of Clos Tanymur with four goals as Montgomery Town prevailed 4-3 winners at home to Machynlleth who remained in contention with two goals from Callum Page and a late strike from Iestyn Evans.

Tywyn Bryncrug strolled to a 7-1 win at Llanfechain with Nick Williams leading the way with two goals.

Further strikes from David Jenkins, Aled Jones, Joe Soar, Ryan Goddard and an own goal from Anthony Jones completed the tally with an own goal from Janis Lauskinieks accounting for the home side's consolation.

County Times: Action from Forden United's cup win over Llanfair United Reserves.Action from Forden United's cup win over Llanfair United Reserves. Picture by Ian Francis.

Spencer Roberts netted two goals as Berriew celebrated a 4-0 win at home to Penrhyncoch Reserves with Tom Jones and Dylan Cook also netting.

Trefonen came out on top 4-3 on penalties after being held to a 2-2 draw at home to Caersws Reserves.

Callum Jones and Sam Williams fired the Bluebirds ahead before the hosts hit back with goals from Martin Gumbley and Kieran Matthews.

Jones saw red for Caersws before Matthews earned his marching orders for the hosts who held their nerve in the resulting shoot-out to progress.

Dyffryn Banw eased to a comfortable 6-0 win at home to Churchstoke led by two goals from Rhodri Davies while Joe Evans, Alwyn Jones, Jac Roberts and James Turner completed the scoring.

Llanfyllin Town sealed their third round ticket with goals from Rhys Ellis-Jones and Sam Norwood ensuring a 2-0 win at home to Barmouth United while Dale Evans also missed a penalty for the hosts.

County Times: Action from Forden United's cup win over Llanfair United Reserves.Action from Forden United's cup win over Llanfair United Reserves. Picture by Ian Francis.

Luke Mumford came off the bench to net twice as Kerry beat Penparcau 5-1 at Dolforgan Park.

Richard Davies, Barry Bellis and Daryl McWatt goals completed the Lambs' tally while Harley Lawton replied with both sides ending with 10 men as Mark Hughes saw red for the hosts and Anthony Evans was dismissed for the visitors.

Dion Kohler's hat-trick inspired Corris United to a 6-0 win at 10 man Talybont with Charlie Jellett, Jake Hinge and Osian Wells also netting while Callum Richards saw red for the hosts.

Ross McDonald struck twice as Crymych beat Pencader 4-0 with Rhodri George and Rhys Vaughan also on target while Scott Davies and Llyr Jones goals earned Lampeter Town a 2-0 win at Cardigan Town.

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New Quay came out on top in a 5-4 win at home to Maesglas with goals from Glenn Baldwin, Oliver Edwards, Steffan Williams, William Davies and an own goal from Adam Roberts cancelling a hat-trick from Marcus Dean and Kieran Harman goal.

Harry Sharman struck twice as Talgarth Town eased to a 4-0 win at home to Llanon with Steve Potter and Daniel Scaife also netting.

Mike Glover scored the only goal of the game as Crannog beat 10 man Felinfach who saw Cameron Miles dismissed.

Llywellyn James and Osian Thomas each netted twice as Newcastle Emlyn beat Brecon 4-1 with Frazer MacAnally netting a consolation for the Stags.

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Builth Wells Reserves overcame the challenge on Bont with goals from Blake Evans, Callum Jones and Dan Hilliard completing a 3-0 win while a solitary strike from Charlie Humphreys earned Abermule a 1-0 win at home to Dolgellau AA Reserves.

Adam Williams starred with a hat-trick while Ewan Jones netted twice and goals from Joshua Grota and Cory Leonard-Davies helped Llechryd to complete a 7-1 win at Aberaeron who replied through Jack Lester.

Llanilar stormed to a 7-0 win at home to St Harmon with two goals each from Sion Edwards and Rob Preiser while Tom Haynes, Ryan Edwards and Harvey Matthews completed the scoring while Liam McKay saw red for the visitors.

Ffostrasol thrashed Aberporth 11-0 with Tom Rogers starring with a four goal haul.

Dafydd Phillips netted twice while goals from Steffan Jackson, Mike Wilcox, Tom Evans, Meredydd Derbyshire and Owain Patterson completed the rout.

Ryan Davies struck twice and Gwion Evans also netted as Tregaron Turfs edged a 3-2 win at home to Llanboidy who replied with goals from Jac Griffiths and Gethin Scourfield.