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CARDIFF Met University opened-up a six-point lead at the top of Welsh League Division One with a 5-0 home win over Penybont.

Charlie Corsby opened the students' account, with Chris Baker heading the second from a corner after the break.

Adam Roscrow then claimed a brace to make it four goals in four days, with Eliot Evans the other scorer.

Barry Town United lost ground after sharing eight goals with Ton Pentre in a thriller at Jenner Park. The sides had been due to meet each other at the end of the 2012/13 season in a double-header, but the matches never took place after owner Stuart Lovering pulled the club out of the Welsh League with two matches remaining.

Jordan Cotterill opened Barry's account but Leon Jacka levelled for the Bulldogs. Callum Sainty was allowed a free header to make it 2-1 to the hosts but goals from Tom Billing and Jacka had the visitors in front just after half-time.

As the match approached the final minute, Barry equalised from the spot through Michael Hartley, but there was more drama in stoppage time as Andre Griffiths put Ton ahead once again, only for Kareem Leigh to make it 4-4 deep into the added time.

Briton Ferry Llansawel drew 1-1 with Cambrian & Clydach while Aberbargoed Buds triumphed 3-2 at bottom club Garden Village.

On Friday night, Taffs Well beat Aberdare Town 3-1.