O40s WorkwearSupermarket.com Leagues

By Alun Huish

Penydarren win o40s West League title!

12th May
Congratulations to Penydarren who win League West title!

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Pencoed 1, Llanelli 6
Although the visitors recorded a convincing win at Pencoed college...the 6 goals from Bartley (3), Matthews, Devonald and Stone were enough to see them leap over rivals, Penydarren who became the NEW o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West champions.

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Pontymister 4, Cardiff Corries 4
A goal-fest at Risca saw Lewis, Donald, Elliot and Talbot score for the hosts and Crock (2), Govier and Murray on target for the visitors to secure 4th spot in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East table.

Barry team o40s 2023

Barry team o40s 2023

9th May
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Ponthir 6, Newport Corinthians 1

A convincing win for the hosts at Caerleon Broadway with goals from Mike Flynn (2), Simon Truman, Richard Lancaster, Jon Thompson and Alun Jones. John Myles scored a consolation for the Corries.

28th April
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Pontymister 2, Cwmbran Celtics 4

A win for the visitors at Longbridge with a brace a-piece from Masterson and Mark Jones. Gavin Thomas and Jefferies were on target for Pontymister.

19th April
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Cwmbran Celtics 0, Ponthir 7
A convincing win for Ponthir at The Oaklands with Flynn (2), Truman (2), Wall, Cox and Lancaster on target. With one match to play they have a great chance to clinch runners-up spot in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League (East).

17th April
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Cardiff Corinthians 2, Barry Town 4
Congratulations to Barry Town who claimed the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League (East) title this evening with a game still left to play. They took the points after a hard-fought game against rivals Cardiff Corries at the University Fields in Llanrumney with Beddard, Yarr, Gardner and Ferguson on target. Bux and Gunstone scoring for the hosts.

14th April
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Llantwit Fardre 6, Pontylcun 1

A convincing win for the hosts at Central Park puts them into a very respectable 4th place in the League table. A fabulous four from Craig Roberts and further strikes by Morgan and Chambers did the damage. Craig Jones was on target for 'Clun'.

7th April
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League west
Trefelin 5, Swansea Rockspur 4

Goals Galore at Ysgol Cwm Brombil with Bonomi, Jamie Davies, Cleverly and Lorey on target for the Spurs and the hosts, just edging the win, with goals by Johnson, Al-Wadi, Cook, Howard and Williams.

24th March
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Aber Valley 1, Barry Town 8

This emphatic win for the hosts at Ysgol Bro Morgannwg moved them to the top of the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East and in touching distance of the title. A hat-trick for Penikett and further goals from Ferguson, Yarr, Beddard, Hurn and Gardner secured the points. Edwards scored Aber’s consolation.

Cascade 3, Pontymister 3
An entertaining match at Islwyn High finished all-square with Parry, Higgs and Dingle on target for the hosts and Elliot (2) and Lewis replying for the visitors.

Ponthir 2, Cardiff Corries 3
A terrific game between two skilful sides in the hunt for honours at The Oaklands saw Fowler, Crock and Gunstone earn Corries the 3 points. Mike Flynn replied with a brace for the hosts.

Rogerstone 2, Cwmcarn Athletic 2
A share of the spoils at Rogerstone with the hosts scoring through Pavitt and Frame and Aldridge with a brace for Cwmcarn.

22nd March
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Ynyscynon 2, Pencoed Athletic 1

The hosts took the 3 points in a tight game at Baglan Field. Dean and Evans scored for Ynyscyon, Warren scored for Pencoed.

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17th March
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Church Village 0, Penydarren 17
This landslide win at Ysgol Rhydywaun has probably (but not mathematically) secured the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East title for the Merthyr outfit. Six for Gavin Williams and 4-a-piece for Bannon and Daniels. Keddle and Lane were also on the scoresheet and an unfortunate Parry OG completed the scoring. Llanelli have to defeat Pencoed by 15 goals in their final match to leapfrog Penydarren!

Ferndale & District 4, Trefelin 3
A close encounter at Darran Park saw the hosts just edge Trefelin to maintain second spot in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East League. Ferndale scored through Fry, Rees, Sweet and Dwayne Davies. Trefelin replied through Doyle, James and Johnson.

Briton Ferry Llansawel 3, Swansea Rockspur 1
A good win for the hosts at Cefn Saeson and they consolidated their 4th position in the league. Morgan (2) and Lorey were on target with Bonomi scoring a late consolation for the Spurs.

Llanelli Town 3, Porth Harlequins 0
This home win makes for a tense end to the season and current League leaders, Penydarren, can only nervously wait for the result of Llanelli’s final game before they can fully celebrate League success. Wayne Williams (2) and Bartley were on target for the hosts who, like last season, are taking their League challenge to the wire!

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Newport Corinthians 1, Cwmcarn 1

A tight and competitive match at Caldicot Leisure Centre saw Blair put the visitors ahead in the first minute and Myles equalise for the hosts in the last few minutes for a share of the spoils.

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10th March
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Ynyscynon 1, Ferndale & District 4
The visitors came away with a deserved 3 points at Ynyscynon Park thanks to Crutch, Blandon, Griffiths and Sweet. The o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West title race couldn’t be tighter with this win moving Ferndale (1 to play) 2 points above rivals Llanelli (2 to play) into second place. West League leaders, Penydarren, lie one point further ahead with 1 to play!
Jamie Thomas got Ynyscynon’s consolation.

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Cascade 4, Newport Corinthians 0
A convincing win for the hosts at Islwyn School with George (2), Greenway and Martin on the scoresheet. Cascade were value for the three points but Corries admitted to “a bad day at the office”!

8th March
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East

Barry Town 6, Cwmcarn 2
A convincing victory for the hosts, who move to within 2 points of o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East league leaders, Pentwynmawr, with 3 games in hand. Vick, Gardner, Yarr, Cotterill and Taylor-Gibbs were on target for Barry. Aldridge and Llewellyn replied for Cwmcarn.

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Pentyrch Rangers 2, Trefelin 3
A close game at Cardiff University Fields with Blackmore scoring twice for the hosts. Richard Williams scored a hat-trick for the visitors, including an 85th minute winner.

3rd March
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Llantwit Fardre 2, Pencoed 0

A good win for the hosts at Central Park with Lee Williams and Llewellyn on the scoresheet.

Pentyrch Rangers 6, Carn Rovers 4
Ten goals at Mountain Ash with the hosts securing a valuable win through John Davies (2), Huw Williams, Charles, Morgan and Stevens. Carn’s hat-trick scorer, Gavin, was unlucky to be on the losing side having bagged a fine hat-trick Howard got their other goal.

Penydarren 3, Ferndale & District 2
In the ‘big’ game of the day at The Bont, Penydarren came away with vital 3 points against one of their main rivals. Goals from Nathan Williams, Corkery and Keddle for the hosts, with Michael and Mason replying for the visitors.

Pontyclun 10, Church Village 1
An emphatic win for the hosts at Y Pant School with four from Rogers and a Craig Jones hat-trick supplemented by Lewis (2) and Phillips. Abercrombe got a consolation for Village.

Porth Harlequins 0, Briton Ferry Llansawel 5

A big win for the visitors at Dinas Park included a fine hat-trick for Stephen Davies and further goals from Austin and a Griffiths OG.

Swansea Rockspur 8, Ynyscynon 0
A resounding win for the Spurs at Ynyscynon Park featured a Clarke hat-trick and further goals for Andrew Evans, Johnson, Raeburn, Cleverly and Stephens.

Trefelin 1, Llanelli 3
An important win for the visitors in the West Wales derby at Afan Lido. Inevitably Bartley bagged another couple along with Wayne Williams which keeps them right in the frame for the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West title. Cole got Trefelin’s goal.

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Aber Valley 4, Rogerstone 3

A goalfest at Bedwas High saw the hosts win by the odd goal in seven! Goals by Wood (2), De Souza and Rees were enough to secure the points over the visitors who scored through Stu Williams and Griffiths.

Canton Liberal Club 1, Ponthir 3
A fine win for the visitors who moved into second position in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East table with 3 games to play. They scored through Dunn (2) and Evans. Mountstephen was on target for the hosts.

Cardiff Corries 0, Abercarn 2
A tough game in tough conditions at The Riverside saw the visitors earn a great 3 points against their highly-rated hosts on their own patch. Abercarn out-battled the Corries and scored through Beecham and Howls.

Newport Corinthians 11, Pontymister 3
An emphatic win for the hosts at Caldicot Leisure Centre included a hat-trick a-piece for Pugh and Lewis, plus further goals from Hutchinson (2), Stirling, Kenney, Collins and Perry. Gingell, Richards and Lewis were on target for the visitors.

Pentwynmawr 2, Cascade 0
An important win for the hosts at Islwyn School sees them, once again, lead the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East table. Goals by Edwards and Shorney sealed the three points.

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25th February
[b]o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Pentyrch Rangers 2, Church Village 3[/b]
A hard-fought win for the visitors at the Maritime Ground in Pontypridd in a game that could have gone either way. Blackmore gave the hosts the lead but Dulieu equalised to make the scores level at the interval. Morgan put Rangers back in front on the hour, but Dulieu scored his second to make the last twenty minutes interesting....and a 90th minute winner by Llewellyn gave Village the 3 points.

18th February
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Briton Ferry Llansawel 8, Trefelin 1
The score line is not a fair reflection of the game, especially first half which was very competitive and evenly matched, but nevertheless the hosts secured a convincing 3 points to keep the pressure on the teams above them. They scored through Stephen Davies (3), Walsh (2), Clement, Austin and Morgan. Lewis got Trefelin’s consolation.

Church Village 3, Pencoed 3
A close-fought and entertaining game at Maritime Recreation ended all-square. Village scored through Maksimovic (2) and Gareth Davies. Pencoed through Marlow (2) and Kirkham.

Ferndale & District 5, Pontyclun 0
Another comfortable three points for the hosts at Darran Park means they are still in second place with a game in hand. Dale Pugh, Kris Rees and Dane Davies put them 3-0 up in the first half. Darren Blandon and Craig Williams were the second half scorers.

Llanelli Town 5, Penydarren 2
In the big game of the day in the West, o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West league leaders, Penydarren, suffered their first defeat of the season at the hands of rivals, Llanelli at Penrhos School. Wayne Williams gave the hosts an early lead and habitual scorer Bartley put them 2-0 up before the interval. Bannon got a goal back for the visitors before Williams and Bartley made it 4-1. Price got one back but Bartley completed his hat-trick to secure a valuable 3 points for the Reds, who are now back in contention for league honours.

Ynyscynon 0, Porth Harlequins 4
A good away win for Quins who scored through Haggett (2), Brown and Tyler.

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Aber Valley 1, Pentwynmawr 2
Moore gave lowly Aber Valley a shock lead against the league contenders at Bedwas High. The visitors gained their composure and secured a vital 3 points through Bird.

Cwmcarn 4, Canton Liberal Club 2
A good win for the hosts at Islwyn School with Aldridge (2), Llewellyn and Maher on the scoresheet. Meredith and Camilleri were on target for the Libs.

Dinas Powys 4, Abercarn 11
An emphatic win for the visitors at St Cyres School with goals from Howls (4), Lawrence (3), Smith (2), Phillips and Thomas. Alexis, Ramos-Munoz and Watkins scores for Dinas.

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11th February
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Llantwit Fardre 6 Ynyscynon 0
Another emphatic win for the hosts at Central Park with Llewellyn (2), Kennedy (2), Hughes and Alford on target. The win moves Llantwit into fourth in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West table

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4th February
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Llantwit Fardre 12, Church Village 0
A resounding win for the hosts in the local derby at Tonteg Park. Scorers were Kennedy (2), Hughes (2), Llewellyn (2), Huw Jones (2), Anderson, Chambers, Lloyd and Lee Williams

Ferndale & District 2, Pencoed Athletic 1
A hard-fought 3 points for the hosts at Darran Park. Pugh and Shephard were on target for Ferndale, Richardson replying for Pencoed.

Pontyclun 0, Llanelli Town 8
An emphatic away win for Llanelli at Y Pant School with Wayne Williams and Kev Bartley grabbing brace-a-piece. Alun Williams, Devonald, Davey and Stone completed the scoring.

Trefelin 6, Ynyscynon 1
A comfortable win for the hosts at Ysgol Cwm Brombil with Cole, Ryan James, Hare, Rich Williams, McLachlan and Johnson on target. Brett scored for Ynyscynon.

Penydarren 7, Briton Ferry Llansawel 1
The hosts maintained their place at the top of the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West with a commanding performance at The Bont. They scored freely through Gav Williams, Daniels, Keddle, Nathan Williams, Reddy and Bannon. Patel got the visitor’s consolation.

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Abercarn 3, Pontymister 1
Three good points for the hosts at Islwyn High with Phillips, McGurk and Howls getting the goals. Kelso was on target for the visitors.

Rogerstone 0, Cwmbran Celtic 3
A good away win for the Celtic at Rogertsone Welfare with Masterson, Parfitt and Surtees on target.

Dinas Powys 1, Ponthir 8
A convincing win for the visitors at St Cyres School Truman (2), Alun Jones (2), Hillier, Dunn, Thompson and Wall. Watkins was on target for Dinas.

Pentwynmawr 1, Barry Town 6
This emphatic win for the visitors at Pentwynmawr Welfare sees them leapfrog today’s opponents to the top of the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East table. Another Cotterill hat-trick and further goals by Gardener (2) and Ferguson secured the points. Jenkins got a consolation for the hosts.

2nd February
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Canton Liberal Club 4, Cascade 3
A good win for the hosts under the floodlights at Leckwith Campus. Goals from Hill, Mountstephen, Bridgeman and a Cheverton OG sealed this Friday night victory. Cascade scorers not provided.

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21st January
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Briton Ferry Llansawel 4, Pontyclun 3
An end-to-end encounter at Cefn Saeson School saw the third placed hosts win by the odd goal in 7. Wilson, Dalton and Lewis were on target for the visitors but a brace a-piece by Patel and Phillips secured the 3 points for Briton Ferry which keeps them in touch with the League leaders.

Carn Rovers 2, Trefelin 4
A decent game at Cwm Garw Park saw goals by Rich Williams (2), Johnson and Howard secure the points for the visitors. Gavin Howard scored a brace for the hosts.

Ferndale & District 1, Llantwit Fardre 0
A tight, hard-fought game at Darran Park was decided by a Jamie Michael free-kick on the hour-mark, which clinched the points for the hosts and keeps them in the hunt for honours.

Ynyscynon 1, Penydarren 10
Surprisingly a game of contrasting halves at Ynyscynon Park with Keddle putting the League leaders ahead and Shortman equalising for the hosts to take the teams in level at the break. The visitors let loose in the second half with Keddle completing his hat-trick and further goals by Price, Daniels and a fabulous five by Gavin Williams!

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Aber Valley 4, Cwmbran Celtics 2
The hosts claimed their first win of the season with a 4-2 win at Bedwas High. Hoskins and Mark Jones put Celtic 0-2 ahead but Edwards, Gittings, Wood and De Souza were on target to secure the 3 points for Aber!

Barry Town 7, Canton Liberal Club 3
The hosts claimed the valuable three points at Bro Morgannwg including a fantastic five goals by Cotterill. Garon Davies and Ed Jones completed the scoring for Barry. Stewart, Bridgeman and Driscoll were on target for the ‘Libs’.

Cascade 3, Cardiff Corries 6
A good old-fashioned battle in terrible conditions at Cefn Hengoed. Jeffrey, Shutt and Cheverton scored for the hosts but Fowler (3), Bux (2) and Johnson settled it for the visitors.

Cwmcarn Athletic 5, Dinas Powys 0
A good game played in terrible conditions at Waunfawr Park saw a Robbie Aldridge master class up-front for the home team, scoring all 5 goals to secure a comfortable 3 points for Cwmcarn.

Newport Corinthians 3, Pentwynmawr 2
A great game of football on a very difficult Coronation Park pitch saw the League leaders surprisingly lose their first game of the season! Tony Davies put them 0-1 up at half-time before Stirling equalised at the start of the second half. Jenkins put the visitors back ahead but goals by Palmer and Nessbert secured the points for Corries (pictured).

Pontymister 1, Ponthir 4
A comfortable win for the high-flying visitors at Pontymister Cricket Club. Alun Jones, Dunn, Hillier and Carl Evans were on target for Ponthir. Mathieson scored a consolation for the hosts.

Rogerstone 1, Abercarn 7
The visitors took a comfortable 3 points at Rogerstone Welfare Club with two hat-trick scorers....Phillips and Lawrence with Howls also on the scoresheet. Frame got a consolation for the hosts.

19th January
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Pentyrch Rangers 4, Swansea Rockspur 4
A really good game of football in freezing conditions in this Friday night fixture at Garth Olwg School saw the visitors take a 0-4 lead through a brace a-piece from Raeburn and Bonomi. The hosts fought back through Bartlett and a Lee Blackmore hat-trick, including a last gasp equaliser in the 91st minute ensured a share of the spoils.

14th January 2024
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West

Church Village 0, Ferndale & District 17
A landslide victory for Ferndale at Darran Park included a super six by Craig Hughes and further goals by Matthews, Michael, Griffiths, Craig Williams, Howe, Michael Evans, Blandon, Pugh, Bassett and Rees! Surely this score-line supports the proposal for ‘merit leagues’ next term?

7th January 2024
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West[/b]

[b]Llantwit Fardre 2, Llanelli Town 4
The hosts took an early lead at Tonteg Park through Lloyd, but Hughes, and Bartley put the visitors ahead before Llewellyn scored on the stroke of half-time. Holloway put the Reds ahead and Bartley completed the scoring late on to keep the pressure on the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League (West) leaders.

Pencoed Athletic 1, Briton Ferry Llansawel 5,
A convincing win for the visitors at Pencoed College saw Patel give them an early lead before Vaughan made it all-square at half-time. Briton Ferry pulled away in the second half with goals by Stephen Davies, Walsh, Patel and Austin securing the points and stayed in the hunt for honours.

Penydarren BGC 9, Carn Rovers 3
An emphatic win for the hosts at The Bont with hat-trick a-piece by Gavin Williams and Keddle. Further goals by John Williams, Bannon and Gunter keeps Penydarren at the top of the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League (West). Ross Davies (2) and Howard were on target for Rovers.

Ynyscynon 0, Pontyclun 8
A big win for the visitors at Ynyscynon Park included a Ross Hutchins hat-trick. Further goals by Steve Rogers (2), Craig Davies, Ant Phillips and David Lewis secured victory.

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East

Pentwynmawr 5, Canton Liberal Club 4
A veritable goal-fest at Islwyn School with current o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League (East) leaders edging the game by the odd goal. Bird (2), Ant Davies, Jenkins and Coombs scored for the hosts whilst Driscoll (2) and Mountstephen (2) were on target for the visitors.

Cwmbran Celtics 0, Newport Corinthians 4
A convincing win for the visitors at Celtic Park with Palmer (2), Stirling and Kenny on the scoresheet.

Ponthir 5, Rogerstone 0
A comfortable win for the hosts at Oaklands moved them into third place in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League (East). Truman (2), Dean, Thompson and Dunn were on target.

AFC Pontymister 1, Cwmcarn Athletic 2
The hosts took a deserved early lead at Pontymister Cricket Club through a Donald goal, but the hosts secured the points with two second half goals by Perry and Aldridge.

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17th December
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Briton Ferry Llansawel 1, Llantwit Fardre 1
This match was abandoned on 70 minutes with the game all-square, following a bad ankle injury to Llantwit’s Jamie Wright. Although Steve Davies put the hosts ahead and Craig Roberts equalised on the hour mark the result is secondary when a player suffers a serious injury and everyone in Wales Veterans football wishes Jamie a speedy recovery.

Carn Rovers 3, Pontyclun 3
An entertaining, high-scoring draw at the Recreation Ground with the lead changing hands several times during the 90 minutes. Howard, Feeley and Ross Davies were on target for the hosts. Craig Jones (2) and Dave Lewis replied for the visitors.

Church Village 1, Llanelli Town 3
This win for the visitors at Upper Boat moves them into second spot in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West, behind leaders Penydarren. Bewick gave the hosts the lead on 35 minutes but Chris Thomas equalised before the interval. Wayne Williams and, of course, Kev Bartley were on target to secure the Reds the 3 points.

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10th December
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Pentwynmawr 6, Cwmbran Celtics 0
The o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League (East) leaders secured a comfortable 3 points at Islwyn School with goals by Matt Jones, Jenkins, Coombs and a fine Bird hat-trick.

Canton Liberal Club 0, Cardiff Corinthians 5
A big win for the visitors at Leckwith campus with a Fowler hat-trick and a brace by Walsh securing the 3 points for the Corries and keeping them in touch with the League leaders.

Abercarn 5, Newport Corinthians 0
A terrific result for the visitors at Islwyn School with Lawrence bagging a hat-trick. Phillips and Howls were also on the scoresheet.

Barry Town 11, Dinas Powys 3
A rout by the hosts against local rivals, Dinas Powys, at a blustery Bro Morgannwg included three hat-tricks by Vick, Penikett and Cotterill doing the damage. Gardner (2) completed the scoring for Barry and they remain second in the table. Chick (2) and Sadler were on target for the visitors.

Aber Valley 1, Ponthir 8
A conclusive victory for visitors at Bedwas School including a Lund hat-trick. Cave (2), Denley-Jones, Dean and Dunn scored their other goals and Wood got a consolation for the hosts.

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Llanelli Town 2, Ferndale & District 5

The visitors recorded a superb away victory at Penrhos School and they move into second spot in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League (West) table. Goals by Mason (2), Davies, Evans and Hughes secured the 3 points. Bartley and Alun Williams were on target for the hosts.

Church village 0, Briton Ferry Llansawel 8
An emphatic win for the visitors at Upper boat with goals by Phillips (2), Lorey, Clement, Wheel and a Stephen Davies hat-trick.

Penydarren 6, Pentyrch Rangers 0
A convincing home win for the current o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League (West) leaders at The Bont. The six different scorers were Gavin Williams, Keddle, Nathan Williams, Bannon, Gunter and Evans.

Pencoed Athletic were awarded a 3-0 win, as Carn could not raise a side.

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26th November
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East

Abercarn United 2, Cwmbran Celtics 3
The visitors secured the 3 points at Abercarn Welfare ground with goals by Rob Surtees (2) and Mark Jones. Rory Davies and Dean Phillip were on target for the hosts.

Cwmcarn Athletic 4, Aber Valley 2
Cwmcarn secured a good home win at Ystrad Mynach Centre for Sport with goals by Steve Pontin (2), Gareth Potter and Glen Perry. Dean Wood scored two late goals for the visitors.

Dinas Powys 2, Canton Liberal Club 6
The visitors keep the pressure on the top sides in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East with a big win at Bro Morgannwg School. A Marvin Bridgeman hat-trick and further goals by Gareth Davies (2) and Dale Gardiner were enough to secure the 3 points against a plucky home side who scored through Gareth Payne and Ronan Green.

Pentwynmawr Athletic 4, Cardiff Corinthians 3
The hosts claimed the points in the big game of the day in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East. Corries took a 3 goals lead through Robert Fowler (2) and Richard Bux, but a great comeback and goals by Bird (2), Steve Jenkins and Carl Morgan secured the points for the League leaders.

Pontymister 2, Barry Town 4
The visitors keep the pressure on Pentwynmawr with a good win at Pontymister Cricket Club. Chris Hurn, Will Penikett, James Cotterill and Darren Baker did the damage. Elliot Donald grabbed a brace for the hosts.

Rogerstone 6, Cascade 3
A convincing win for the hosts at Rogerstone Welfare Ground. A Stuart Williams hat-trick and further goals by Justin Gould Davies, Richard Prendergast and Craig Moulton secured the points. Cascade’s goals not provided.

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East
Church Village 1, Ynyscynon 1
All square after a tight match at Upper Boat. Mark Ritchie was on target for the hosts and Jason Durston on target for the visitors.

Ferndale & District 4, Briton Ferry Llansawel 0
An excellent 3 points for the hosts were secured at a damp Darran Park with a Ceirion Mason hat-trick and a late Kris Rees goal.

Llantwit Fardre 8, Carn Rovers 0
A convincing win for the hosts at Central Park with goals by David Jones (2), Lee Williams (2), John Chambers, Jon Alford and Rhys Llewellyn...keeps them in the mix for honours in the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East.

Penydarren 3, Swansea Rockspur 2
A fine win for the hosts in a tight, entertaining game at Pentrebach, consolidated their place at the top of the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East. Goals from Nathan Williams, Paul Keddle and Gavin Williams for Penydarren. Jon Clarke and Richard Cleverly replied for the Spurs.

Pontyclun 5, Pentyrch Rangers 0
An emphatic win for the hosts at Y Pant School with goals by Alun Hughes (2), Ross Hutchins (2) and Craig MacIntyre.

Trefelin 2, Porth Harlequins 2
All square in a great match at Ysgol Cwm Brombil. Ryan James scored early on to give the hosts a 1-0 lead at the interval. Chris Solley equalised before Richard Williams put Trefelin ahead again on the hour. Ryan Larke ensured a share of the spoils with a calm finish with 10 minutes remaining.

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19th November
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East

Abercarn 0, Pentwynmarw 3
The visitors took the 3 points with goals by Kris Bird (2) and Nathan Edwards.

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12th November
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East

Aber Valley 3, Cascade 4
A seven goal thriller, this time with the visitors scoring a last minute winner at Bedwas School. It looked like Dean Wood, Michael Hunt and Neil Lloyd-Meek had done enough for a share of the spoils for Aber, but goals by Gavin Short, Chris Martin and a Dewi Greenway brace, including the 94th minute winner, secured the 3 points for Cascade.

Barry Town 6, Rogerstone 0
An emphatic win for the hosts at Jenner Park with a first half hat-trick from James Cotterill, and further goals in the second half from Darren Baker, Simon Gardner and Garan Davies keeps Barry on the same points as the league leaders.

Canton Liberal Club 4, Pontymister 3
The hosts edged this end to end encounter at Leckwith campus. Tom Postgate, Gareth Davies, Tyrone Vella and an Andrew Jones OG secured victory for Canton. Lee Williams, Gavin Thomas and Tim Richards were on target for ‘Ponty’.

Cardiff Corinithians 9, Dinas Powys 0
A convincing home win for the hosts at The Riverside included a Barrie Gunston hat-trick. Further goals by Dave Johnson (2), Rob Fowler (2), Dave Williams and Richard Bux kept the Corries on top of the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East

o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Briton Ferry Llansawel 2, Llanelli Town 2
Still nothing to separate these two at the top of the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West. A Stephen Davies Brace for the hosts was cancelled out by Kev Bartley and a last-minute equaliser for Cerison Davies at Cefn Saeson School.

Pencoed 2, Pentrych Rangers 0
Two last minute goals by Richard Lewis and Tom Marlow at Pencoed College secured the three points for the ‘hosts’.

Porth Harlequins 3 Penydarren 4
Another seven goal thriller at Darren Park saw the visitors (pictured) edge the game by the odd goal. Steve Haggett, Kris Taylor and Gavin Gent were on target for the Quins, Geraint Corkery, Andrew Price (2) and Damien Daniels secured the points for the visitors and kept them equal top of the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West with Briton Ferry and Llansawel and Llanelli Town.

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29th October
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East

Cwmcarn 4, Cwmbran Celtics 1
A good win for the hosts at Waunfawr Park with a Stephen Pontin brace and further goals from Thomas Llewellyn and Scott Llewellyn. Kieran Masterson got a consolation for Celtics.

Pentwynmawr 3, Dinas Powys 2
This game was poised at 2-a-piece at Ystrad Mynach, but Steve Jenkins grabbed the all-important winner for the hosts with 5 minutes remaining to move them to the top of the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East. Kris Bird and Nathan Edwards got Pentwynmawr’s other goals, whilst Nathan Hosgood and Ronan Green were on target for Dinas.

Ponthir 7, Abercarn 0
An emphatic win for the hosts at Oaklands with seven different names on the scoresheet...Michael Hard, Mark Dunn, Jason Cave, Joel Dean, Simon Truman, Phil Tranter and Richard Lund.

Rogerstone 1, Canton Liberal Club 2
A close-fought game at Rogerstone Welfare saw the visitors edge the game with goals from Gareth Davies and Leighton Hill. Graham Griffiths was on target for the hosts.

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Church village 0, Briton Ferry Llansawel 8
A big win for the visitors at Upper Boat with a S Davies hat-trick and further goals by Phillips (2), Wheel, Clement, Davies and Lorey secured their second 8-0 win in two games as they maintained their 100% record in o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West

Ferndale & District 13, Carn Rovers 0
A resounding win for the hosts at Darran Park saw Craig Hughes grabbing a hat-trick. Kristoffer Rees (2), James Michael (2), Ian Shephard, Richard Taylor, Ceri Mathias, Phillip Evans, Ceirion Mason and an OG, completed the scoring!

Penydarren 6, Trefelin 4
A good, open game of football with plenty of goalmouth activity at The Bont. For the visitors, a fine Richard Williams hat-trick and a further goal by Matt Johnson made things interesting but, goals for Penydarren by Nathan Williams (2), Gavin Williams (2), Damien Daniels (plus an OG) secured the win for the hosts, who keep up the pressure on the league leaders.

Pontyclun 4, Porth Harlequins 1
This ‘mid-table’ clash saw the hosts secure a valuable 3 points at Y Pant School with a Steve Rogers brace and further goals by Simon Phillips and Dave Lewis. Steve Haggett was on target for the Quins.

(Friday) 27th October
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Pentyrch Rangers 1, Llantwit Fardre 5
I fine win for the visitors at Bro Morgannwg on Friday night was secured with a Rhys Llewellyn hat-trick and further goals by Lee Williams and Ian Minton. Huw Llewellyn grabbed a consolation for the hosts, Pentyrch.

Pencoed 1, Swansea Rockspur 5
Lee Johnson (2), Andrew Bonomi, Jon Edwards and Andrew Evans secured a comfortable Friday night win for the ‘Spurs’ at Pencoed College which keeps them in touch with the o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League East leaders. Tom Warren was on target for the hosts.

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15th October

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Abercarn 2, Cwmcarn 2
The local derby ended all-square at the Abercarn Welfare Ground. Scott Llewellyn and Adrian Blaire were on target for the visitors, whilst Peter Thomas and Rory Davies scored for the hosts.

Canton Liberal Club 8, Aber Valley 2
An emphatic win for the hosts at Leckwith Campus with Marvin Bridgman hat-trick putting them on their way. Further goals by Matt Mountstephen (2), Tom Postgate, Leighton Hill, Gareth Davies secured the 3 points. Michael Hunt and Dean Wood got Aber’s goals.

Cwmbran Celtics 2, Cascade 2
All square in a great game at Celtic Park with Kieran Masterson putting the hosts ahead in the first minute. Cascade then went 2-1 before the interval with goals by Paul Cheverton and Chris Martin. John Lloyd put the teams back level for a share of the spoils.

Dinas Powys 8, Pontymister 2
Another good win for the hosts at a sunny Murch field with a hat-trick a-piece from Craig Scurlock and Carl Alexis and a brace from Gareth Payne. The visitors scored through Gavin Thomas and Jamie Lewis.

Newport Corries 1, Barry Town 4
A fine away win for Town at Coronation Park with goals from Will Penikett, Ed Jones, Ant Ferguson and James Cotterill. Dave Collins was on target for the Corries.

Ponthir 2, Pentwynmawr 2
A fine end to end game at the Oaklands finished all-square. Anthony Davies put the visitors ahead, but Joel Dean equalised on 30 minutes, only for Nathan Edwards to put Pentwynmawr 2-1 up at the break. Jason Cave scored early in the second half for Ponthir to earn a share the points.

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Carn Rovers 2, Llanelli Town 5
A good away win for the Reds at Cwm Garw. Goals by, inevitably, Kev Bartley (2), along with Alun Williams, Steve Devonald and Dave Hughes keeps them unbeaten at the top of the table.

Porth Harlequins 1, Pencoed 0
A good win for the hosts in an entertaining encounter at Dinas Park. Gavin Gent scored the all-important winner in the first half.

Swansea Rockspur 2, Llantwit Fardre 2
A fine, even game at Penyrheol Leisure Centre ended all-square with an Andrew Bonomi brace cancelled out by goals from Rhys Llewellyn and Lee Williams for a share of the spoils.

Trefelin 2, Pontyclun 2
A fine, even game at Port Talbot Town Fc with the visitors scoring 2 goals in stoppage time in the first half through Dave Lewis and Samir Misbah but Trefelin fighting back for a share of the spoils through Sean Cayford and Marc McInally.

Ynyscynon 0, Briton Ferry Llansawel 8
A resounding win for the visitors with a fabulous five from Stephen Davies. Further goals by Stephen Phillips (2), Mike Walsh and Delash Patel completed the rout and maintained their 100% record.

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8th October
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Cascade 5, Abercarn 2
The hosts got their first win of the season against previously undefeated Abercarn at Waunfawr Park courtesy of a Geraint Jeffery hat-trick and further goals from Nathan Greenslade and James Edwards. Rory Davies and Daniel Howls scored for the visitors.

1st October
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West
Pontyclun 2, Penydarren BGC 6
A resounding win for Penydarren (pictured) at Y Pant School with a brace a-piece from Jason Thomas, Ben Bannon and Stephen Lane. David Lewis also got brace for the hosts.

Briton Ferry Llansawel 3, Carn Rovers 0
A good home win for the hosts at The Old Road ground with Stephen Davies (2) and
Anthony Douglas on target.

Llanelli 11 Ynyscynon 1
A super six for habitual scorer Kev Bartley set the hosts on their way at Penrhos School. Further goals from David Hughes (2), Lee Stone, Jamie Harries and Richard Neil completed the rout. Jason Blake was on target for the visitors.

Pencoed Athletic 1, Trefelin 1
All square at Pencoed College, Richard Lewis on target for the hosts and Steve Walters replying for Trefelin.

Porth Harlequins, Llantwit Fardre 8
An emphatic win for the visitors at Dinas Park with hat-tricks for Craig Roberts and Rhys Llewellyn and further goals from Lee Williams and Trystan Hughes.

Ferndale & District 8, Pentyrch Rangers 0
Another big win this time for Ferndale at Darren Park included a hat-trick for Jamie Michael, and a brace for Kris Rees. Dale Pugh, Lee Matthews and Dayne Davies completed the scoring.

Swansea Rockspur Vets 10, Church Village 0
The hosts bounced-back after a heavy defeat last week to record a resounding win at Penyrheol Leisure Centre with Hat-tricks from Craig Hayne and Lee Johnson plus further goals from Christopher Williams, Jon Edwards, Jamie Davies and Phillip Raeburn.

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AFC Pontymister 1, Pentwynmawr Athletic 10
A convincing win for the visitors at Pontymister Rec. with goals from Steven Jenkins (3), Gareth Jenkins (2), Kris Bird, Greg Morgan, Carl Speicher, Carl Morgan and Nathan Edwards.
Elliot Donald scored for the hosts.

Cwmcarn Athletic 1, Ponthir 7
A strong away win for Ponthir at Blackwood School who scored through a Richard David Lund hat-trick, a brace from Jason Cave and further goals from Philip Tranter and Rhys Jones. Carl McEwan scored for the hosts.

Canton Libs 7, Newport Corries 3
The hosts got off the mark in the league with a comfortable win at Llanwern. Matthew Mountstephen scored five (5), along with Gareth Davies and Tyrone Vella. John Myles bagged a hat-trick for the hosts but still ended up on the losing side!

Aber Valley 0, Cardiff Corinthians 11
Corries made it 3 out of 3 at Aneurin Park with Robert Fowler the star of the show with 5 and David Johnson also getting a hat-trick. David Williams, David Pucknell and Kevin Crock completed the scoring.

Barry Town 15, Cwmbran Celtics 2
A resounding win for the hosts at Bro Morgannwg with a hat-trick a-piece for James Cotterill and Darren Baker and further goals for Paul William Penikett (2), Anthony Ferguson (2), Richard Yarr (2), Simon Gardner, Paul Light and Peter Jones.

Rogerstone 9, Dinas Powys 2
Good home win at the Welfare Ground with Stuart Williams grabbing 4 along with goals by
Justin Gould-Davies (2), Daniel James, Owen Evans, Neil Purnell, Craig Scurlock and Michael Lloyd were on target for Dinas

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17th September

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Ferndale & District 12, Porth Harlequins 0
A resounding win for the hosts at Maerdy Park against their Rhondda neighbours. The goals flowed through Dale Pugh (2), Lee Matthews (2), Phillip Evans (2), James Michael (2), Richard Taylor, Jamie Emmanuel, Darren Blandon and Stephen Bassett.

Llanelli Town 6, Swansea Rockspur 1
A convincing win for the hosts in the local derby at Penrhos School with Mark Thomas, Steven Devonald, Richard Neil, Kevin Bartley, David Hughes and Steve Blackford on target for the Reds. Phil Raeburn scored a consolation for Rockspur.

Llantwit Fardre 2, Penydarren 2
An entertaining game on Tonteg Park ended all-square. Goal scorer for Llantwit were Nicky Beecher and an Andrew Gunter OG, whilst Craig Reddy and Damien Daniels were on target for Penydarren.

Pencoed 3, Pontyclun 3
An entertaining high-scoring draw at Pencoed College ebbed and flowed until the last minute. Steven Rogers, David Lewis and Andrew Neill gave the hosts a convincing 3-0 lead at half-time. Tom Warren scored two quick goals minutes after the break and the unfortunate Andrew Neill put the ball into his own net in the last minute to earn the visitors a share of the spoils.

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Abercarn 2, Barry Town 1
A great result for the hosts against one of the League favourites at Pantside. Rory Davies gave them a 2-0 lead before Anthony Ferguson scored late on to make the last 10 minutes tense.

Cardiff Corries 11, Newport Corries 2
In the battle of the Corries....the Cardiff side ran out emphatic winners with David Williams and Richard Bux grabbing a hat-trick a-piece and further goals from Robert Fowler, Mark Dodds, David Johnson and Justin Pengilley. Andrew Perry and David Collins were on target for the hapless Newport side.

Cwmbran Celtics 6, Canton Libs 3
Plenty of goals at Celtic park with the hosts running our comfortable winners in the end. Celtics scored through Sam Winter (2) Mark Jones (2), Rob Surtees and Joel Price. Thomas Postgate and Leighton Hill were on target for the visitors.

Cwmcarn 0, Pentwynmawr 0
A cracking scoreless draw in difficult conditions at Waunfawr Park. Both teams pressed for the win but ultimately cancelled each other for a share of the spoils.

Dinas Powys 5, Aber Valley 1
A fine win for the hosts at Bryn-Y-Don who scored through Rob Sadler hat-trick and further goals from Marc Cahill and Carl Alexis.

Ponthir 5, Cascade 1
A convincing 3 points for Ponthir who scored through a Mike Flynn hat-trick, Wall and Lund. Ian Shutt scored a last minute consolation for Cascade.

Pontymister 3, Rogerstone 2
A close game at Pontymister Rec saw the hosts edge the win with goals by Williams, Jeffries and Lewis. The visitors scored through Stuart Williams and Neil Purnell.

3rd September
o40s Workwear Supermarket.com League West

Carn Rovers 3 - 1 Ynyscynon
A good start for the hosts who scored through Gavin Howard (2) and Carl Jones. Patalano was on target for the visitors.

Pentyrch Rangers o40s 1 - 6 Llanelli Town o40s
An emphatic win for last year’s ‘Play-off’ winners with habitual goal-scorer Kev Bartley off the mark quickly with a brace. Hughes also bagged two along with Blackford and Williams. Blackmore converted a penalty for the hosts.

Penydarren 6 - 1 Pencoed
An emphatic win for the hosts at Pentrebach with a Price hat-trick and further goals by Daniels, Needs and Norman securing the points. Richard Lewis scored a consolation for the visitors.

Porth Harlequins 5 - 3 Church Village
A goal-fest at Trehafod Park with a Solly brace and goals by Tyler, Joseph and Watkins securing the points for the league newcomers. Bewick (2) and Abercrombe were on target for the Village.

Swansea Rockspur 3 - 1 Ferndale & District o40s
An excellent 3 points for the hosts in their inaugural match in the ‘Vets League’. A brace by Bonomi (1 pen) and a 91st minute goal by Hayne secured the win. Pugh was on target for o40s Workwear Supermarket.com CUP holders, Ferndale.

Trefelin 0 - 3 Llantwit Fardre
An impressive away win for Llantwit against Trefelin. A, R Williams brace and a goal by L Williams secured the points at Vivian Park. Divetta saw red for the hosts!

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Barry Town o40s 3 - 2 Ponthir
A decisive start for the hosts at a sweltering Bro Morgannwg with Penikett (2) and Yarr scoring. Lund and Dunn replied for the visitors.

Canton Liberal Club 0 - 3 Abercarn
A good away win for Abercarn against newcomers Canton Libs at Ocean Park Arena. The visitors secured the points through an R. Davies brace and Damien Mathews.

Cascade 0 – 4 Cwmcarn
An emphatic away win for Cwmcarn against last season’s high-flyers, Cascade, at Penybryn Park. Cwmcarn supermo, Steve Pontin grabbed a brace with Glenn Perry and Carl Mcewan completing the scoring.

Cwmbran Cetics o40s 2 - 4 Cardiff Corries
The League holders, Corries, got off to a good start with a fine away win at Celtic Park. Goals from Sean Allen (2), Justin Pengilley and Kevin Crock did the damage. The hosts scored through Symon Bailey and Dan Parfitt.

Newport Corries 6 - 1 Dinas Powys
The hosts maintained their impressive home record at Coronation Park with a resounding win against Dinas. A John Myles hat-trick and further goals for David Collins, Andrew Perry and Stephen James secured the points for the Corries and Marc Cahill scored a consolation for Dinas.

Pentwynmawr 3 - 1 Rogerstone
In a match between two newcomers it was the hosts who took the honours with Matthew Cooper, Nathan Edwards and Carl Speicher securing a good home win at Pentwynmawr Welfare Ground. S. Williams scored for the visitors.

Pontymister 3 - 0 Aber Valley
Match forfeited by Aber.

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