Welsh Autoparts Gwent County League round-up
5:00pm Thursday 27th September 2012 in Latest Football
FIRST Division leaders Lliswerry FC made it seven wins out of seven games when they travelled to Fairfield United.
Chris Pearce, Ashley Sully, Ben Siggins and Kirk Freeman scored in a 4-1 victory.
In an exciting game at the Bowling Green second-placed AC Pontymister had a 3-1 win over Fleur-de-Lys Welfare with goals from Scott Jefferies, Chris Woods, and Blaine Llewellyn. Scott Diamond, Michael Preece, Jeff Stokes and David Brean scored at Cwmbran Park to give Coed Eva Athletic a 4-0 victory over Clydach Wasps.
Pill AFC had a 5-1 home win over Abertillery Excelsiors with Tristan Chambers, Rico Zulkarnian (2), Louis Walsh and Jude Clark the goalscorers.
Pentwynmawr Athletic broke their duck when they earned a 2-2 home draw with Govilon AFC, Andrew Tudball and Daniel Suter, their marksmen with Ben Bannon, and Neville Harris on the mark for Govilon.
Panteg AFC and Abercarn United shared four goals at Panteg House, Jon Butcher, and Lee Mason netting for the hosts and Kurt Thornbury and Mathew Thomas striking for the visitors.
In the Second Division top scorers were Cromwell AFC who scored nine against Llanhilleth Athletic at Duffryn School.
Jordan Westerberg grabbed a hat-trick while the others came from Jerome Nunes (2), John James, Blaire Bailey, James Cairns, and Henry Owen.
At Bettws School Malpas United had a good 3-1 win over Tredegar Athletic thanks to a James West brace and another from Mason Sully.
Rockfield Rovers defeated Cwmffrwdoer Sports 3-1 at Monmouth with goals from Mike Walters, Scott Skipp, and an own goal.
At Ringland Park Gary Williams scored the only goal to give Spencer Youth & BC victory over Cefn Fforest AFC.
Trethomas Bluebirds, and Blackrock Rovers shared the spoils at Llanfabon Drive, Jordan Treherne scoring for the Bluebirds, Steve Wilson for Blackrock.
Third Division leaders New Inn AFC scored five without reply at Woodfield Road against Race AFC, Josh Raybould (2), Sam Williams, Luke Sallis and Mark Jackson their marksmen.
Second-placed Marshfield AFC had a 5-3 home victory over Neuadd Wen, Andy Godwin (3), Jamie Harris and Mark Bretto the scorers.
Thirteen goals were scored at the Eisteddfod Field with Rhymney AFC defeating Tranch AFC 8-5.
Goals came from Mark Lewis (4), James Jenkins (2), Dale Bradley and Mark Bishop.
Thornwell Red & White returned from Bassaleg with a 3-1 win over Whiteheads AFC, Julian Saunders (2) and Daniel Hines helping to earn the three points.
Caldicot Castle recorded their first win when visiting Trinant AFC, Jake Withey and Simon Pope netting in a 2-1 win.
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