IN Division One, defending champions Bridgend Street extended their lead at the top following their 4-1 home victory against Cwmbach Royal Stars.
Tony Borg scored twice, with Matthew James and an own goal adding to their tally. Matthew Jones scoring for Cwmbach Grange Albion moved up into second position following their 3-1 away win against AFC Caerphilly. Scorers for Grange were Jack Kane, Liam Jeremy and substitute Daniel Nash and for Caerphilly, Rhys Sparey.
It was a good day for most of the teams languishing at the foot of the table.
In the battle between the two bottom clubs, Garw SGBC defeated Cadoxton Barry 2-1. Garw established a two-goal lead through Steve Woods and Lee Hogg. Garw then went down to 10 players which enabled Cadoxton Barry to pull one back through Ross Matthews, but they could not get the equaliser.
Sully Sports slipped to third following their 3-1 defeat at Tonypandy Albion.
Despite missing three regulars, Tonypandy gave their best display of the season as Gareth Moyle twice, one a penalty and Nathan Williams scored Marcus Madder replied.
Pentwyn Dynamos edged out Cogan Coronation 2-1. Lee Grant gave Pentwyn an interval lead, but Daniel Humphries equalised before Grant scored his second and the winner for Pentwyn.
Lewistown established a two-goal lead at the interval against Cwm Welfare, both goals being scored by Aaron Prickett.
In the second half, Cwm Welfare rallied back and goals by Rhys Williams and Craig Coombes gave them a share of the points.
Penydarren BGC and AFC Butetown fought out a goalless draw.
Llanrumney United slipped to fifth place following their 2-1 defeat at Tonyrefail BGC.
Ton edged this contest courtesy of a strong first-half, with goals from Jason Enoch and Ceri Bull. …