BOW Street booked their place in the quarter finals of the Central Wales Cup with a 2-1 victory at home to Newcastle Emlyn.

Goals from Tom Williams and Tom Evans proved just enough for the villagers while Sam Skinner reduced the arrears for the South Cardiganshire League visitors.

Meanwhile Llandrindod Wells completed a shock 3-2 derby win at Radnor Valley to book their last eight date.

Goals from Stuart Williams, Gareth Jones and an own goal sealed the Spamen's progress and cancelled replies from Joey Price and Elliot Morris.

Llanfair United also celebrated a quarter final berth with a hard-fought 2-1 win at home to Kerry on Sunday.

Paul Griffiths struck before recent signing Karl Seliaerts doubled the home side's lead with the Lambs reducing the arrears through Matt Mumford.

Meanwhile Waterloo Rovers completed the shock of the day with Chris Proctor netting twice in a 4-3 extra-time win at home to Spar Mid Wales League Two side Dyffryn Banw.

Will Pritchard and Andy Gwilt goals completed the Welshpool side's triumph with Banw staying in contention through a Gerallt Evans hat-trick.

Knighton Town's all Spar Mid Wales League One clash at home to Tywyn Bryncrug and Churchstoke's hosting of Spar Mid Wales League Two side both fell foul to the weather.