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Llanrhaeadr flying high

Created on 01/09/2019 @ 09:00
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Llanrhaeadr have joined a four-way tie at the top of the JD Cymru North following another tremendous performance.

The village club made it three wins from four to join the likes of Prestatyn Town, Rhyl and Flint Town United at the top thanks to a 1-0 win against Gresford.

A hat-trick from Adam Davies enabled Guilsfield to beat local rivals Llanfair United 6-1, having been 5-1 up at half-time.

Newtown fell to their first JD Cymru Premier defeat of the season at Cardiff Met. The unbeaten start to the season came to an end following a messy looking goal in the 62nd minute when goalkeeper Dave Jones failed to clear a ball in the six-yard box.

It’s tight at the top of the MMP Mid Wales League Division One with just two points separating four teams.

Llanidloes, Welshpool Town, Llandrindod Wells and Caersws all won to keep things interesting after seven games.

In the second division, Forden United continue their learning curve following a heavy defeat in south Powys.

The Welsh Cup has kicked off with Waterloo Rovers, Four Crosses, Montgomery Town all advancing.

JD Cymru Premier

Cardiff Met 1, Newtown 0

JD Cymru North

Guilsfield 6, Llanfair United 1

Llanrhaeadr 1, Gresford 0

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Builth Wells 0, Caersws 2

Llandrindod Wells 2, Aberaeron 1

Llanidloes Town 4, Radnor Valley 0

Welshpool Town 2, Berriew 1

Division Two

Newbridge 5, Forden United 0

Presteigne 3, Knighton Town 0

Welsh Cup – central

Abermule 0, Barmouth and Dyffryn Utd 1

Borth United 6, Machynlleth 2

Churchstoke 1, Waterloo Rovers 6

Kerry 1, Dolgellau Athletic 4

Llansantffraid Village 0, Four Crosses 2

Montgomery Town 3, Hay St Marys 1

Penparcau 2, Tywyn Bryncrug 1

Rhayader Town 2, Bow Street 1

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