Croesyceiliog clinch win with quick goal treble
3:10pm Thursday 13th September 2012 in Sport
THERE were no points for Cwmbran Celtic this weekend.
They were beaten at home 2- 0 by Taffs Well and are now 14th.
Celtic conceded shortly before the interval and again close to full time to make it three consecutive defeats.
Celtic host Garden Village Nathaniel League Cup roundone action on Saturday.
At Woodland Road it was Division Two v Three as Croesyceiliog took on Treowen Stars.
The home side prevailed 4-0 and could well have added a few more, although the visitors may also have found the net several times on another day.
Scoring in a 12-minute spell before the break for Croesyceiliog were Steffan Marchant, Jamie Arnold and Alex Cooke, with playercoach Jody Jenkins adding to the total with a well-taken goal after the interval.
There was an upset at Jubilee Way, where Division Two side Caldicot Town had only a Luke Harris goal to show for in a 2-1 home loss to non-league outfit Treforest, who had a player sent off.
Another team to bridge the gap was Risca United, who defeated visiting DivisionTwo club NewportYMCA2-1 Brendan Scott and Ben Hurley were on target for the Ty-Isaf Park side with defender Dan Heath getting YMCA’s consolation. Aberbargoed Buds made no mistake when hosting non-leaguers Perthycelyn United as goals from Wayne Antoniazzi (penalty), Canaan Beasley and Jordan Maisey counted towards their progress.
Also through are Chepstow Town, 2-1 home winners over South WalesAmateur League team Ton & Geli thanks to goals from Mark Dunn and Richard Stansfield, and Llanwern – 2-1 winners at Tredegar Town. That tie seemed to be heading for extra time until a last-minute penalty from Alex North settled the issue. He had earlier equalised after Liam McCann had opened the scoring for Tredegar.