NEWTOWN made light work of Y Felinheli to book a place in the third round of the JD Welsh Cup with a 6-0 victory today.

The JD Cymru Premier side all but sealed their progress by the interval with goals from Dominic Smith and Kieran Mills-Evans sandwiching a quickfire double from Aaron Williams.

Jason Oswell joined the spree with a fifth with 25 minutes remaining before Zeli Ismael completed the scoring.


Bow Street bowed out of the cup following a 3-2 defeat at home to JD Cymru North side Buckley Town.

The Stags led with goals either side of the interval from Connor Littler and Callum Humphries before Littler completed his double.

Street staged a late comeback bid with goals from Ryan Jones and Rhydian Davies before coach Dean Evans was sent off and Buckley ended with 10 men following the dismissal of Scott McHarrie.

Guilsfield's clash at Ardal North West League side Brickfield Rangers was postponed.

County Times: Action from Newtown's victory at Y Felinheli.Action from Newtown's victory at Y Felinheli. Picture by Sam Eaden/FAW.

Llandrindod Wells celebrated a 2-0 victory at Llangollen Town in the Ardal North East League on Saturday.

Goals from Richie Powell and Kieran McCarley earned the Spamen three points to leapfrog their hosts in the table to 11th place.

Honours ended even as Tommy Rowlands struck to cancel out Rob Carruthers' opener as Builth Wells hit back to earn a point against 10 man Llansantffraid who also saw Carruthers sent off.

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Penrhyncoch are the new league leaders following a 3-0 win at 10 man Llanrhaeadr who saw Gruff Evans dismissed midway through the first-half.

Geoff Kellaway spurned a penalty before atoning by breaking the deadlock early in the second-half and completed his hat-trick as the Roosters ascended to the summit.

Gerwyn Williams starred with a four goal haul as Dolgellau AA battled to a 5-2 victory at home to Penycae.

Paul Lewis completed the Wasps' tally while Zac Davies struck twice in reply for the visitors who ended with 10 men following the dismissal of Callum Dutton.