WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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BRITON Ferry Llansawel produced one of their best displays of the season to deprive Cardiff Metropolitan University of the chance to go to the top of Welsh League Division One.

The students, who only missed out on promotion to the Welsh Premier League by the narrowest of margins last season, were favourites to clinch three points at Old Road to take them above Goytre, who were in cup action.

But Ian Hillier put Ferry in front just before the interval and Dean Hudson made it 2-0 midway through the second half.

Jordan Lamb pulled one back for the students but it proved to be too little too late and the visitors also finished the match with only 10 men after the sending-off of Nathan Farry.

Penybont climbed into fourth spot in the table after grinding out a 1-0 victory over Barry Town United at Jenner Park, Richard Hodge grabbing the only goal of the game.

Cambrian & Clydach pipped Monmouth Town 3-2, despite also having a man sent-off. The visitors took the lead before Rob Laurie levelled for the Kingfishers, but Cambrian edged ahead once again.

Dan McDonald again drew the home side level but, despite having a player dismissed, Cambrian then grabbed the winner from a corner.

The remaining games were all postponed due to the weather.

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28 May 2017

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