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West Wales Cup round up

THERE were some excellent games in the West Wales Cup on Saturday (Dec 3) as teams continued their quest to play at the final at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea.

West Wales Premier League side West End booked their place in the next round of the competition as they beat Brynawel 2-0.

First half goals from Nikki Parvin and Nathan Wickham gave them a comfortable lead and, despite having a man sent off late on, they held on for the win.

Plough Colts are also through to the next round after they beat Trallwm 4-1. Theo Waters’ first half goal gave Plough a 1-0 lead at the break and just seven minutes into the second half he scored again to make it 2-0.

Ryan Gibbons then scored almost a minute later to all but ensure Plough’s passage into the next round.

Ross Lynch made it 4-0 on the hour mark as the home side continued to look for more goals.

Trallwm did pull a goal back in the 78th minute through Cameron Watts but it proved to be a consolation for the Carmarthenshire Premier side.

CRC Olympic are also through to the next round as they earned a 1-0 win over Seaside. Ashleigh Twigg’s goal nine minutes into the second half was enough to give the Swansea League Division 2 side victory.

Pontlliw earned a 5-2 win away at Tumble United. Tom Grey and Kyle Knight scored two quick goals for the visitors on the half hour mark to put their side 2-0 up.

In the second half, Roy Llewellyn pulled a goal back for Tumble in the 65th minute but just a minute later, Pontlliw’s Jack Medwin scored to restore their two-goal cushion.

Luke Caffrey added a fourth and Grey then added a second to all but seal his side’s passage into the next round. Tumble’s Trystan Leech pulled a goal back in injury time but it was just a consolation.

Waunarlywdd Galaxy are also through after beating AFC Glais 3-2. Nicholas Sutton put Glais ahead but goals from Jack Hodges and Steven Stock put Galaxy into a 2-1 lead.

Hodges scored again on the hour mark to make it 3-1. Keelan Robb-Gregory pulled a goal back late on but Galaxy were able to hold on for the victory.

Finally, Ynystawe Athletic saw off Pembrokeshire side Pennar Robins. Michael Morgan put the home side ahead in the first half and second half goals from Casey Coughlin and a Cai Owens penalty sealed a 3-0 win.

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