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Leaders see off Cwmamman

THE FRUSTRATION continues for Cwmamman United as they saw unbeaten table-toppers Cambrian & Clydach leave with the three points after an entertaining match that saw both sides create several chances.

The Blues started well and in the 13th minute as players appealed for a foul on the edge of the box the ball fell loose to Chrissy Allen who stunned the crowd with a perfectly placed curling shot from 30 metres out that beat the scrambling Cam keeper.

Cambrian are not on a 100% record for nothing and they soon rallied and, within 5 mins, a neat one-two saw Keetch equalise for them.

They were now counter-attacking quickly and Aaron Richards and Richard Brain were working hard to contain their wingers.

James Kirkwood in goal for Cwm was being kept busy but his strong positional play meant he was not being called to make many saves.

Another fine move for Cam on 25 minutes saw Sam Johnson make it 2 -1 and within another 5 mins, it was 3-1 as poor clearing by Cwm saw Reed put it past Kirkwood.

To their credit, Cwm rallied and Nathan Davies hit the post with a strong header and a great ball from Ross Morgan saw Sam Harrison break free and fire a thundering shot past the Cam keeper for 2-3.

Cwm started the second half well and in a strong 20 minute period created some good chances. Luke Williams, Allen and Calem Rees all fired over from strong positions.

The keeper made a great save from Allen and was grateful for a defensive interception from a deadly ball across the box from Rees and when another header hit the post.

Cambrian steadied the ship and then returned to their dominant style and in the 72nd minute saw the clinching goal from Corey Shepherd.

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Cwm struggled to create the same pressure as earlier and Cam saw the last 15 mins out reasonably comfortably.

Cwm will be hoping to return to winning ways soon and travel to Briton Ferry for a cracking derby match on Friday evening (Sept 13).