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Cwm take three points on the road

CWMAMMAN UNITED put in another strong performance under the lights on Friday evening as they gained another critical three points against West End AFC at Llandarcy.

The match started in bizarre fashion with a yellow card and an injury to Ryan Thomas in the first 4 seconds when Charlie Davies took the Cwm manager late as he advanced with the ball from the centre spot.

Thomas recovered but it set the scene for a physical encounter with both sides near the wrong end of the table and desperate for points. Cwmamman however were quick to settle and created a number of chances in the first five minutes.

Almost inevitably the opening goal came quickly when Kyle Ashford ran at the defence and his cross fell to Cwm top scorer Calem Rees who put it away.

West End slowly started to get back into the game but Kai Rees was not really being troubled in goal with the Cwm back four of Travis James, Gareth Howarth, Luke Sherbon and Nathan Davies holding firm, Up front with Mikey Morgan probing both Ashford and Cam Isaac came close for Cwm.

Both sides would have been looking to increase their opportunities in the second half and almost immediately a loose ball in the box caught Cwm out and was drilled home by Nicky Parvin for 1-1.

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The game then became a midfield battle with the strong tacklers of Wesr End trying to contain the speed and guile of Thomas, Ashford, Isaac and Geraint Rees.

It all changed in the 62nd min with a break by Calem Rees who found the unmarked Ashford who slotted home.

Cwm now had the momentum and in the 66th min a disastrous back pass saw Calem Rees race away to push it past the advancing Pritchard for 3-1.

Kallum Owen for West End then saw red for a second yellow and with subs Nathan Mcneil and Ryan Hurlow maintaining the pressure up front Cwm looked dangerous with every attack while sub Elian Evans brought further experience at the back.

Finally in the 85th min a great run by Hurlow saw Cam Isaac calmly turn and and shoot past the advancing keeper for 4-1, Game done and a big three points.

On Saturday, February 19, at 2pm Cwm host Caerau Ely at Grenig Park in another crucial Ardal League South West clash.

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