Although it wasn't a six point Saturday it was a day of positives for both sides with tangible progress for both.

The first team welcomed one of the divisions form sides to the village in Fairfield Utd. Following some calamitous early season defeats an influx of players has seen the Garndiffaith based side put together a good run of wins, and the visitors were quick out of the blocks in this game. The opening period saw the majority of possession with Utd and after a number of long range efforts they made their play count, opening the scoring mid way through the first period. Although battling hard the Wasps couldn't get a decent foothold in the game, until a quick break saw Jordan Jones upended on the edge of the box. Up stepped Matthew Edward to fire a fierce drive from the dead ball into the corner of the net, just on the stroke of half time. Emboldened by the goal, and with a change of formation seeing veteran centre half Alistair Paton pushed up front, the second half saw the hosts have the majority of the play, but although half chances came and went, they couldn't make their ascendancy pay. An entertaining game saw a deserved point apiece in a classic game of two halves.

The second team were on their travels again as they headed to Cwmffrwdoer Sports and returned with their second win of the season. Zach Baker took his tally to seven from five games, while Connor Flook and veteran Anthony Poulsom also found the net in a 3-1 victory. A well deserved win after the young sides hard work over the opening weeks of the season, and the perfect pick me up before next weeks first Llanelly Parish derby of the season against Gilwern & District. The first team will be back in FAW Trophy action as they welcome AC Pontymister  to the Rec.