WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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THERE were no upsets in the second round of the Word Cup, but Pontypridd Town from Welsh League Division 3 took Carmarthen Town to extra-time at Richmond Park.

The minnows from the fourth tier of Welsh football stunned the hosts when Matthew Hibbs scored after just four minutes.

Liam Thomas levelled before Luke Prosser scored a spectacular own goal to give Ponty the lead again on 17 minutes.

Lewis Harling equalised again on 65 minutes and, in the extra 30 minutes, the Old Gold prevailed thanks to Liam Thomas and Danny Thomas.

Haverfordwest County were a goal down inside five minutes at home to Aberystwyth, but hit back to win 4-1 with John Roberts, Declan Carroll scoring before Jack Christopher claimed a brace.

TNS were a goal down to Huws Gray Alliance high-flyers Holywell Town who took the lead through Ross Ankers. But Greg Draper claimed a personal tally of five as the holders went on to win 7-1, Alex Darlington and Scott Quigley also scoring.

Airbus UK Broughton had Charlie Short red-carded on the half hour but still proved too strong for Mid Wales League leaders Penrhyncoch, scoring twice in the second half through Tony Gray and a superb James Murphy goal.

Prestatyn Town lost 3-1 at home to Gap Connah's Quay whose goals came courtesy of Nicky Rushton, Chris Rimmer and Les Davies with Jordan Davies responding for the Seasiders.

Lewis Hitchcock gave Welsh League Division One Ton Pentre some hope with an 83rd-minute goal as they trailed to Port Talbot, for whom James Hartson and Chris Jones had established a 2-0 cushion, but Martin Rose settled the tie three minutes from time.

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27 July 2017

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