Soccer round-up

Friday, 10 Nov 2017

By Observer Reporter
in Football

Narberth are out of this year’s West Wales Intermediate Cup after bowing out in a second turn of a competition.

The Bluebirds trafficked to Llandarcy to take on FC Nedd and usually unsuccessful in their query to strech a third turn after losing 3-2.

The home side usually had a corner via even yet Dafydd Wright and afterwards Tony Evans drew a visitors level, though a late idea by a hosts saw them come out on top.

Pennar Robins are also out after losing 5-0 divided during Giants Grave.

Better news for Carew, however, as their good form continued with a 4-1 win during Glynneath Town.

Sam Christopher valid his value to a Rooks to finish with a hat-trick, while Rob Whitfield also got in on a act in a extensive arrangement all-round for a visitors.

Meanwhile during Lamphey, a home group mislaid 3-1 opposite Knightsbridge Colts, with Josh Stewart grabbing a Stags’ usually goal.

Monkton’s diversion opposite Mountain Dew was postponed, though that matters small as they have been private from a foe after personification an incompetent actor in a initial round.

The diversion has now been awarded to Wales Tartan.

In joining football, Angle were hold to a pull during home to Herbrandston after a diversion finished 2-2.

Josh Clarke scored both for a home group in what was their initial pull of a season.

In multiplication two, Lawrenny went down 3-1 during Johnston, while Kilgetty had a good 5-1 win during home to Letterston.

Dylan Davies grabbed Hundleton’s usually idea in their 1-1 pull during Prendergast Villa, while Saundersfoot Sports constructed their best opening of a deteriorate to explode Solva 10-1.

The Cope brothers were in excellent form, with Richard scoring 3 and Nicky grabbing dual goals.

Other scores came from Kyle Marsh, Geoff Marsh and Jack Franklin who, like Cope, finished with 3 to his name.

Saturday didn’t work out to be utterly so essential for St. Clears, however, as they mislaid 3-2 during home to Hakin United seconds.

John Seeley and Sean Seymour Davies grabbed a goals for a hosts.

In multiplication three, St. Florence suffered divided during Camrose, losing 7-0 in a sobering afternoon for them, while Carew seconds mislaid 2-0 during home to Milford United seconds

Defeat for Pembroke Boro also after going down 3-2 during Milford Athletic, while goals from Liam Phillips and Josh Lazelle helped Narberth seconds overcome Pendine 2-1. Duane Reynolds scored for a Gulls.

In a diversion between Pennar Robins’ seconds and Manorbier United, a home side came out on tip winning 5-1.

Lamphey seconds unsuccessful to lift a group for their divided strife during Fishguard Sports’ seconds, though Kilgetty seconds did during Broad Haven, nonetheless they usually had a Ben Harries idea to uncover for their efforts in a 2-1 defeat.

Goals from Steve Trivett, Joe Gouldingay and Tristan Hancock were adequate for St. Clears’ seconds to win 3-2 during Herbrandston seconds, while Angle seconds had a day to forget, losing 12-0 during Neyland.

Pennar thirds kick St. Ishmaels’ seconds 6-0, while a diversion between Monkton Swifts seconds and Solva seconds was deferred as a outcome of a Swifts’ initial diversion being deferred by a WWFA.

On to multiplication 5 and it was a tighten diversion between Carew thirds and Saundersfoot Sports’ seconds, with a Rooks entrance out on tip 3-2 interjection to goals from Adam Hughes, Alan Townsend and Ethan Shapcott.

Sam Reeve and Matt Webb scored for a Sports.

Herbrandston seconds and Cosheston AFC played out an engaging derby, with a honours going a approach of Cosheston.

They won 2-1 interjection to goals by Boswell and Wickland, while Connor Hay grabbed a usually measure for a hosts.

Harry Thomas scored 4 goals in Lawrenny seconds’ 7-1 win during home to Johnston seconds, while Sam Davies struck twice and Liam Woodford once in a biased win, while a diversion between Pembroke Boro seconds and Camrose seconds was deserted after 38 minutes.

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