Kerry are MMP Central Wales League North champions following an 8-1 drubbing of Berriew.

Luke Evans starred with a four goal haul and Richard Davies netted twice and goals from Ethan Holloway and Glynn Coney completed the rout while Ben Davies netted a consolation.

Manager Ben Davies said: "It’s a great achievement for the players and club to win back to back league titles.

"The consistency and desire to win the lads have shown not only this season but last too is outstanding and something the club is very proud of.

"Gaining promotion back to tier three was the aim this season so we’re thrilled achieve that."

Geraint Parry was the hero as Carno snatched a last gasp point at home to Tywyn Bryncrug.

Tom Allen netted twice before the hosts replied through Oli Lewis with the Cormorants restoring their two goal cushion through Laurence Chesworth before late goals from Sean Wild and Parry rescued a point in a 3-3 draw.

Waterloo Rovers staged a dramatic late fightback with goals from Will Berrecloth and Tom Ellis completing their comeback in a 2-1 win at home to Abermule who led through Dylan Stephens.


A solitary strike from Sion Williams earned Barmouth United a 1-0 win at home to Dyffryn Banw.

George Lloyd struck late to rescue Four Crosses a point in a 1-1 draw at home to Montgomery Town on Tuesday with the Canaries leading through Robbie Hartshorn's early goal.

Dan Farmer scored the only goal of the game as Knighton Town beat Penybont United in the southern league on Tuesday night.

Llandrindod Wells Reserves shared a goalless draw at home to Bow Street Reserves in the FAW Central Reserve League while goals from Ed Powl-Jones and

Ieuan Brooks earned Dolgellau AA Reserves a 2-1 win at home to Llanidloes Town Reserves on Tuesday with Morgan Hughes replying for the Daffodils.

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Shaun Roberts struck twice as Waterloo Rovers Reserves earned a 2-1 win at Trefonen in the JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League with Andy Garmston replying for the hosts.

Llangedwyn hit back to beat Llanfechain 3-1 on Tuesday night with Ryan Broadbent, Rhun Jones and Liam Hughes cancelling  Luke Barry's opener.

Kerry Reserves battled to a 2-1 win at home to Presteigne Resefes who led through Corey Blythin-Williams' strike before Craig Clayton and Cameron Vowles struck for the Lambs.