RADNOR Valley eased to a 5-0 victory at Welshpool Town to maintain their impressive start to the Ardal North East League season on Friday night.

The Goats enjoyed a dream start at Maesydre with Joey Price breaking the deadlock and Ben Jenkins conceding an own goal inside the opening minutes.

Price added his side's third before the break with goals from Dale Richards and Rees Morris completing the scoring.

Llansantffraid had to be content with a point in a 2-2 draw at Llanuwchllyn on Saturday.

Sam Evans' own goal gave the Saints the lead before Meilir Williams levelled for the hosts from the spot before the break.

Liam Pickstock restored Llansantffraid's lead just after the interval only for a second penalty from Williams late on to snatch the home side a point.

County Times: Action from Radnor Valley's victory at Welshpool Town. Picture by Stuart Townsend.Action from Radnor Valley's victory at Welshpool Town. Picture by Stuart Townsend.

Builth Wells proved too strong for Llanrhaeadr in a 4-1 victory at the Lant.

Jamie Evans, Ryan Powell and Danny Hall each found the net before the break before the villagers reduced the arrears through Gruff Evans and Lyndon Jones had the final say for the Bulls late on.


Llandrindod Wells and Dolgellau AA shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw at Broadway.

Gerwyn Williams fired Dolgellau into a 17th minute lead before his side was reduced to 10 men with the dismissal of Rob Evans.

The Spamen capitalised to level through Liam Hall before the break with Robbie Nicholls giving the hosts the lead early in the second-half.

Williams netted his second to restore parity with 15 minutes remaining before Rhys Davies restored Llandrindod's lead only for Paul Lewis to level and save Dolgellau a point.

County Times: Action from Llansantffraid's clash at Llanuwchllyn. Picture by Cart's Captures.Action from Llansantffraid's clash at Llanuwchllyn. Picture by Cart's Captures.

Nine man Llanfair United endured an afternoon to forget in a 2-0 defeat at home to Cefn Albion.

Flynn Morris and Paul Griffiths both saw red for the hosts after 65 minutes before goals from Alex Williams and Ryan Kehoe ensured the Brickfield side the spoils.

Penrhyncoch battled to a 2-1 win at Llangollen Town with Daniel Owen's early opener for the Roosters cancelled out by Kieron Hughes only for Geoff Kellaway to fire the visitors to glory with a 75th minute winner.

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Ifan Burrell scored a last minute winner as Bow Street snatched a 3-2 victory at Penycae.

Burrell fired the Magpies into an early lead only for the host to hit back with two goals from Harry Killick.

Ben Davies levelled with eight minutes remaining before Burrell completed Bow Street's comeback with an injury time winner.

County Times: Action from Hay St Mary's clash with Lliswerry. Picture by Stuart Townsend.Action from Hay St Mary's clash with Lliswerry. Picture by Stuart Townsend.

Hay St Mary's tough Ardal South East League debut campaign continued with a 5-3 defeat at home to Lliswerry.

The Saints led inside the opening two minutes with Liam McAnally on target before the visitors hit back through McCorley Allman with the hosts regaining their lead just before the interval through Matty Tong.

Shay Lonergan levelled after the break before Lliswerry led for the first time with Joshua Richardson on target.

Jack Biggs levelled from the spot as Hay restored parity with 10 minutes remaining only for late goals from Ashley Morgan and Richardson to settle the outcome for Lliswerry.

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Brecon Corries endured a tough afternoon with a 5-1 defeat at home to Goytre.

Josh Graham's strike saw the visitors lead at the break before Tom Rutherford set the stage for a flurry of late action by doubling the advantage with 15 minutes remaining.

Chris Ham further extended Goytre's lead from the penalty spot before Damien Daniels reduced the arrears with two minutes remaining.

Goytre ended with a sting in their tails with two goals in as many minutes from Isaac Wigley completing their tally.