FOUR Crosses maintained their lead at the top of the J T Hughes Montgomeryshire League Honda Division One with a 6-1 derby victory over Llanymynech.

Harry Davies led the hosts to glory with a brace while further goals from Jamie Evans, Dylan Ellis, Sean Griffiths and an own goal completed an emphatic derby win with an own goal accounting for Llanymynech’s consolation.

Guilsfield Reserves maintained their own title bid with a hard-fought 2-0 win at Maesyrhandir.

The Guils were made to toil for the points with goals from Harry Garthwaite and Luke Francis enough to settle the outcome at Latham Park.

Elsewhere Ashley Davies inspired Llanfair United Reserves to a 3-0 derby win at Meifod.

Davies netted twice for the visitors with a Ross Lewis penalty completing the scoring.

Meanwhile Mike Henderson-Smith starred with a brace as Forden United celebrated a 4-1 win over Kerry Reserves in the evening kick-off at Latham Park in Mitsubishi Division Two.

Further goals from Josh Gethin and Ryan Jenkins completed the scoring while Kieran Wheeldon netted a consolation.

Llanfechain completed the shock of the day with a 2-1 derby win at home to league leaders Llangedwyn.

Goals from Byron Edwards and player-manager Rob Edwards won the day with Dean Jones reducing the arrears.

Elsewhere the inform Graham Dyke struck four goals in Trefonen’s 6-2 win at Newtown Wanderers.

Cameron Hughes and Steve Tomkins completed the border side’s tally with the home side reducing the arrears through Dave Ash and Neil Lloyd-Jones.

Meanwhile Waterloo Rovers ran riot in an 8-0 win at derby rivals Welshpool Town Reserves in the Tanners Town Cup.

Andy Gwilt and Charlie Proctor shared the limelight with both completing hat-tricks while Oliver Davies and an own goal completed the tally.

Elsewhere Bishops Castle Town made light work of Carno Reserves with a 7-0 win sealing their progress to the third round of the Boys and Boden Montgomeryshire League Cup.

Joel Bailey and Jake Ellis both completed doubles with Dan Dawson, Jake Cintra and Sam Jones also netting for a rampant Castle.