BALA Town are proving to be cup kings this season!

Seven days after defeating Connah's Quay Nomads to lift the Nathaniel MG Cup, the Lakesiders made it through to the semi-finals of the Welsh Cup via a 2-0 outcome at home to Briton Ferry Llansawel.

This was a potential banana skin for Colin Caton's side against their Cymru South visitors, who had their moments over the course of the tie.

Bala enjoyed a bright start as a goal-line clearance denied Luke Wall, while Ollie Shannon forced a superb save from visiting number one Rhys Wilson.

The visitors had their first chance via a Keiran Williams header and Thomas Walters looked certain to give Briton Ferry Llansawel the lead, but he was denied by Alex Ramsay's save.

There were chances at both ends as the half developed, with Antony Kay having a header blocked on the line and Wall's attempt was saved.

Adam Roscrow forced a save early in the second half as Bala looked for a breakthrough and Ramsay kept out Ryan George's fierce attempt at the other end.

It was 1-0 to the Lakesiders midway through the second half.

Skipper Chris Venables grabbed that all-important goal with his acrobatic effort and Bala extended their advantage just three minutes later.

Roscrow found the back of the net with his header.

Briton Ferry Llansawel's hopes of a fightback were ended when Connor Goldsworthy was sent off for a foul on Wall.