Ammanford secured three crucial points against struggling Swansea University at the Rec on a wet Saturday afternoon courtesy of late goals from Jordan Langley and Callum Silcox.

Ammanford 2 Swansea University 0

A scrappy start to the game in challenging conditions saw both teams struggle to get control of the game. One early chance did see Langley fire just wide after good build up play.

Mathew Fisher forced Uni keeper Luke Martin into a good save in the 20th minute, Kieran Howard heading the rebound over the bar.

Swansea Uni winger George Sellick, a threat throughout the game then produced a good save from Kyle Marsh in the Ammanford goal.

Callum Silcox forced another fine save from Martin as the first half came to an end with neither team managing to find the net.

Ammanford looked lively at the start of the second half with Langley firing just over following good work from Silcox on the flank.


Jordan Langley looked the most likely player to open the scoring for the home team and was again denied in the 65th minute, Martin tipping a looping effort on to the crossbar.

Both goalkeepers were on fine form and it was Marsh's turn to save his team in the 72nd minute, following a scramble in the goalmouth.

Ammanford eventually took the lead in the 86th minute, Langley taking the ball into the area before unleashing an unstoppable shot into the roof of the net from an angle.

Swansea Uni then pressed forward in search of an equaliser with Ammanford happy to soak up the pressure and look to take advantage of any opportunity to counter attack.

This led to a second goal from Ammanford in the 94th minute, Silcox racing through on goal to fire home past Martin to record his first goal of the season.

Ammanford will look to build on this win when Cwmbran Celtic visit the Rec next Saturday.