WEEKEND ROUND UP

By MMP MID WALES LEAGUE Webmaster

CARDS GALORE BUT NOT THE GREETINGS TYPE

Builth Wells laid down a title marker with a 5-3 derby victory over Brecon Corries at Lant Avenie
Aeron Powell gave Builth an early lead before League leading goalscorer Greg Preece struck twice in a blistering five minute spell and completed his hat trick early in the second half.
Danny Ives saw red for the hosts following two yellow cards in quick succesion following Jordan Baker saw red for the Corries as both sides were reduced to 10 men together with another 11 yellow cards.
Preece completed his four goal haul on 66 mins with a penalty before the Corries staged a late comeback bid with two goals from Craig Evans and a Joel Evans strike.Corries Dale Evans also saw a late penalty saved by James Spooner.
Honours ended even in a thrilling encounter between the improving Llanfyllin Town and Bishops Castle
An early own goal from Martyn Ziemann gave Llanfyllin the lead before Castle hit back with George Mellor levelling and Kieran Mulloch gave the visitors the lead from the penalty spot.
After the break Llanfyllin hit back with a long range effort from Mark Bridge before Gruff Evans gave his side the lead.Bishops Castle were not to be denied and snatched a point with a last gasp leveller from Sam Jones.The rest of the Eastern league programme was wiped out by the weather.
In the East Division Tywyn Bryncrug made light work of Aberaeron with an 8-1 home victory to maintain their impressive form.
Ben Holt led the way with a four goal haul while Aled Jones,Isaac Aldred,Laurence Chesworth and Ben Richards also found the target while Rhydian ap Owen netted a consolation for the visitors.
Barmouth took the three points in a 2-1 home win over Newcastle Emlyn with a Llion Owen penalty with 10 minutes remaining
Emlyn had led through Adrian Hazelby before Owen levelled the scoring with the first of his brace,Osian Owen was dismissed for the hosts.
The match between Dyffryn Banw and Tregaron Turfs was abandoned in the second half following a serious injury to Turfs goalkeeper Matthew Toy with the game scoreless

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