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HUWS Gray Alliance outfit Guilsfield dumped Airbus UK Broughton out of the Nathaniel MG League Cup as the first round got under way on Tuesday night.

Andy Ford scored the winning goal with a tap-in on 65 minutes as the hosts hit back from going a goal down to win 2-1. James Murphy had given the Wingmakers a 21st-minute lead, but Adam Jenkins levelled a minute later.

Llandudno also conceded first as Deion Evans handed Alliance club Holyhead Hotspur a second-minute lead at Maesdu Park. But John Owen levelled on 18 minutes and Lee Thomas scored what proved to be the winner four minutes before half-time.

Bala Town cruised past Flint Town United at Cae-y-Castell with Chris Venables grabbing a hat-trick alongside goals from Mike Hayes and Lee Hunt.

Former Welsh Premier duo Haverfordwest County and Port Talbot clashed at the Bridge Meadow, with the Bluebirds running out comfortable 6-2 winners.

Rhydian Davies, Steffan Davies and Rhys Dalling were on target in the first half for the hosts with an own goal, Alfie Stottor and Steffan Williams doubling the tally after the break.

Keane Thomas made Welsh football history when he came-on as a fourth substitute for Cambrian & Clydach, who lost 3-1 at home to Barry Town United after extra-time.

A fourth sub may now be used in the extra 30 minutes, in which Jordan Cotterill and Drew Fahiya scored the goals that saw the Dragons through to round two.

In the night's other game, Goytre won 2-1 at Abergavenny Town in extra-time.