A MAGNIFICENT seven has seen Llangynhafal stretch their lead at the top of the Summer League to six points.

With second-placed Henllan having a bye, the tangerines extended their advantage at the top courtesy of a 7-1 Monday night victory versus Rhewl.

However, Llangynhafal had to come from behind to claim their 11th success of the season.

On nine minutes, Matty Evans set up Ian Williams to give Rhewl the lead.


Ian Williams giving Rhewl the lead.


That advantage would last merely seconds, though, as Owain McKee capitalised on a defensive error to level things up.

The league leaders dominated after this, with McKee scoring two more to complete a first half hat-trick, while Alex Webster also scored.

Webster added another early in the second period, before Tom Seddon and Tom Sharples scored to complete another fine night for Llangynhafal.


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On an emotional night, Ysceifiog paid tribute to the late Alan Bridson with a superb 3-2 victory at home to Llanrhaeadr.

The visitors made a blistering start and goals from Ellis Vaughan and Kevin Evans had them 2-0 up inside five minutes.

A superb Ysceifiog display saw them hit back via Keith Ainsworth's free kick, a fine strike by Tom Cumming and a decisive goal from Danny Jones.


Owain McKee equalises for Llangynhafal against Rhewl.


Nantglyn's hopes of taking the title were dented by their 5-4 home loss at the hands of a Llyr Morris-inspired Llanfair.

Morris, the league's top scorer, struck four times as Llanfair claimed their eighth win of the summer.

Jamie Jarvis was also on target for the visitors via a 25-yard chip.

Ifan Jones (2), Geraint Jones, Lewys Jones kept Nantglyn interested, but it wasn't enough to stop the hosts from slipping to their fourth loss this season.

A five-star display from Jake Walker helped Cefn end a three-match losing sequence with a 9-2 triumph at Caerwys.

Walker netted five times for Alun "Junior" Owen's visitors, with Llion Edwards, Steffan Williams (penalty), Gwion Owen (penalty) and Jared Roberts also on the scoresheet.

Seth Geary and Ruari Wood supplied the goals for Caerwys.


Tom Seddon scoring a second half goal for Llangynhafal against Rhewl.


An amazing encounter at Clawddnewydd concluded with Llandyrnog securing a 6-5 triumph.

Clawdd looked to be on course for the three points when they built-up a 4-1 lead.

However, a hat-trick from Josh Jones proved to be vital as Llandyrnog turned things around.

Eddie Evans netted twice and the other Llandyrnog goal was supplied by Craig Jones.

Tirion Griffiths scored twice for Clawdd, with the remaining efforts coming from Jordan MacCarter, Elystan Hughes and Owen Heath.