LLANTWIT MAJOR edged closer to the JD Cymru South title on Good Friday (Apr 15) as they beat Undy Athletic 2-0.

After a goalless first half it was Cullen Kinsella who opened the scoring for Major, six minutes into the second half.

Tom Walters then doubled his side’s lead in the 64th minute and they were able to see the game out.

The evening ended on a sour note for Undy who had Thomas Wright sent off for a sent off for a second bookable offence.

With just two games to go, Major are five points ahead of nearest challengers Pontypridd Town.

Town were also victorious on Friday night as they beat Cambrian and Clydach 2-1.

Drew Fahiya and Ian Traylor scored inside the opening five minutes to put their side in a strong position.

Cameron Keetch pulled a goal back for the Vale on the stroke of half time but Ponty held on for the win.

Fourth placed Goytre United suffered defeat at home against Trefelin BGC.

Mason Jones-Thomas put Trefelin ahead after seven minutes and it remained 1-0 to the visitors until half time.

Midway through the second half Trefelin were dealt a blow when Thomas Krauze was shown a red card.

Despite that, they were able to double their lead as Jones-Thomas scored his second goal of the game with fifteen minutes to go.

Josef Hopkins pulled a goal back with ten minutes to go but Treflin held on for the win.

Risca United and Cwmbran Celtic played out a 1-1 draw on Friday night.

Dominic Connor put Celtic ahead after 11 minutes but four minutes later, Risca were awarded a penalty. Camden Duncan missed the spot kick though and the score stayed at 0-1.

Josh Clayton equalised for Risca two minutes into the second half and both sides went in search of a winning goal.

On 72 minutes though Risca’s Lewis Ellis was sent off. Celtic were unable to find a way through against the ten men and the game finished all square.

In a mid-table battled, seventh placed Taffs Well came from behind to beat Swansea University 2-1.

Noe Martin put the Uni side ahead after 14 minutes but Jan Maertins equalised for the Wellmen in the 29th minute.

It remained level until the 85th minute when Joseph Shephard scored the winning goal.

Afan Lido were also victorious as they beat bottom side Port Talbot Town 2-0.

Liam Griffiths and Michael McCalmon goals sealed the win for the home side.

On Easter Monday, the sides will meet each other again in the reverse fixtures.

Trefelin’s game at home to Goytre kicks off at 12pm and Port Talbot’s game with Afan Lido kicks off at 2pm.

All other games kick off at 2:30pm.