Football: Welsh League: Milford fail to find safe Haven as Ton hit nine.TON Pentre Ton Pentre is a village near Treorchy in Rhondda Cynon Taff, south Wales. It is, perhaps, best known for an incident in 1924, when The Duke of York (later George VI of the United Kingdom) played a round of golf with Frank Hodges. thumped nine goals past poor Milford in Division One of the Welsh League.
Reigning champions Ton hit peak form to tear Milford apart.
Alex Lawless Alexander Graham Lawless (born March 26, 1985) is a Welsh professional footballer currently playing in defence for Conference National side Forest Green Rovers. He has represented Wales at Under-21 level. , Carl Thomas and Ian Davies all scored two goals each as Ton Pentre took their chances to keep the Rhondda Bulldogs lying fourth in the table.
Ely Rangers produced the surprise result of the day, easing their own problems near the foot of Division One with a 4-2 victory against leaders Neath Neath (nēth), Welsh Castell-nedd, town (1981 pop. 48,687), Neath Port Talbot, S Wales, on the Neath River. Neath is both a market and an industrial town. Metallurgy and a growing petrochemical industry are important. Athletic.
That result could have let Uwic take over at the top, but they drew 2-2 against Cardiff Civil Service and are one point behind Neath.
Carl Miller, Steve Amos and Richard Ready scored for Bettws in their 3-1 win against Garw.
Mark Sage replied for the losers, but Bettws were good value for their win.
Maesteg Park don't yet have a new manager, but they won 3-0 against Llanwern.
Ian Shepperd, Kyle Charles and Lee Michael were the scorers for Maesteg.
They also had Dale Gardener sent off, while Llanwern saw Phil Bolton dismissed.
Dinas Powys are still going well in Division Two.
The newly-promoted Dinas won 3-0 against Bridgend Town at Coychurch Road in the top-of-the-table battle. In Division Three, Pontyclun are the new leaders after edging home 1-0 against Troedyrhiw.