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Sully hit the perfect 10 in thrashing of Fochriw.

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IN Division One, defending champions, Sully Sports went on the goal rampage defeating Fochriw 10-1. They head the division on goal difference from Cwmbach Royal Stars and have an astonishing eight games in hand. Goals came from Gareth Hemmens (3), Gavin Beddard (2), Nathan Blackie (2), Alex Long (2) and Paul Light.

Cwmbach Royal Stars maintained second place as they defeated third-placed Cwm Welfare 4-2. Cwm opened the scoring in the first half with Cwmbach equalising five minutes later.

In the second half Cwm regained the lead only to see Cwmbach take control and score three times without reply to take the points.

Scorers's for Cwmbach were Lewis Jones, Rhys Oakley, Jarrod Sexton and Garvin Durston and for Cwm Michael Payne and Rhys Williams Butetown moved up to third as they defeated Ynyshir Albion 1-0 thanks to a first-half goal by Alex Raven.

Porthcawl Town Ath edged out Brecon Corries 3-2. Brecon twice took the lead with both goals netted by Brian Keddle. On each occasion Porthcawl equalised through Tom Marlow and Tom Warren before Joe McCarthy hit the winner.

Pentwyn Dynamos look odds on favourites to be relegated as they went down at St Josephs to a second-half goal netted by Richard Bux.

Llanrumney United suffered another defeat. Going down at home 2-0 against Cogan Coronation with Daniel Owen and Jamie Harris their scorers.

Tonypandy Albion suffered a 4-1 home defeat against Lewistown with Aarron Pricket (2) Simon Lock and Kyran Gardner on target.

Second Division leaders, Cornelly United gained a crushing 9-2 win away at struggling, Llwynypia BGC. Jedd Beavis, Daniel Jenkins and David Cane scoring twice with Shazzad Khaliq, Carl Owen and Shaun Duffy completing the scoring.

Second-placed, Fairwater gained a 1-0 win away at lowly, Stanleytown thanks to a great strike by Ben Matthews.

Tongwynlais moved off the foot of the table following their 5-1 win over visitors, Max United with Adam Evans (3), Ricky Jones and Dan John their scorers.

Third-placed, Pontlottyn were held 1-1 by St Albans. Thomas Newell gave Pontlottyn the lead with Jon Harding equalising.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Feb 20, 2013
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