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West Wales Cup round up

THE West Wales Cup returned on Saturday, October 8, and there were a number of exciting games.

St Thomas Stars booked their place in the second round with a 4-3 shootout win over Solva.

The Stars had raced into a 3-0 lead but Solva hit back to make it 3-2 at half time and they then took the lead with twenty minutes to go.

The visitors then levelled to make it 4-4 on 90 minutes to force the game into extra time.

They then went ahead but a late goal by Solva’s Joe Harding forced the game into a shootout. The Stars held their nerve to seal the win.

Resolven are also through after they beat Fishguard 2-1. Iwan Lilley gave Fishguard the lead but the home side equalised on the stroke of half time and then took the lead a minute into the second half.

Tumble United are through after they beat Kidwelly Town 2-1. Jethro Smith put Kidwelly ahead but two goals from Trystan Leech put them into the lead and they held on for the win.

Pennar Robins booked their place in the next round with a 2-0 win over FC Nedd. Connor Willis and Craig Asparassa goals were enough to give the Pembrokeshire side victory.

Gorseinon Athletic earned an 8-1 win away at New Hedges and Saundersfoot with Matthew Brandon scoring four times.

FC Bonymaen went through as they beat Pembrokeshire side St Ishmaels 9-0. Ashley James and Dean Gardner both scored hat tricks for the Swansea League Division 2 side.

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Burry Port earned a 4-0 win over Pembrey to book their place in the next round with goals coming from Josh Element, Sam Saer and Ceri Evans.

Caerbryn beat Ystradgynlais 4-3 while Crown Park Suburbs earned a 6-2 win over Pembrokeshire side Lawrenny.