Cwmamman United bounced back from their away defeat at Rockspur to notch up their second home win and third of the season with a confident 4-1 win over Llanelli side CKSV FC.

For all their possession and creativity Cwm had to await until the final 15 minutes, where they scored three goals that reflected their dominance against a CKSV side that competed strongly throughout.

Cwm started on the offensive and Elliott Smith and Olly Dymond came close before in the 17th minute Nathan Wickham opened the scoring.

He followed up on a parried save by CKSV keeper Chris Dunkley from an Elliott Smith attempt and smashed the ball into the roof of the net for the opening goal for Cwm.

With Mason Davies, Jackson Brereton and particularly Charlie Davies dictating play from the middle, and Harrison Thomas and Nikki Parvin supporting attacks from wing back, the CKSV defence were working overtime to repel attacks.

It turned out to be a frustrating half for Cwm though as a number of opportunities saw the ball scrape just past the outside of the post with the defence and keeper beaten.

Just on half-time Smith was brought down in the penalty area, but his penalty was saved by Dunkley with a good save to his right.

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CKSV started the second half brightly gaining some possession and launching attacks, but Cwm remained in control with David Brown and Scott Jones strong at the centre of the Cwm defence. 

Cwm doubled the lead in the 73rd minute when a head down from Brown saw Davies fire home.

CKSV then stunned Cwm in the 81st minute when Lewis James scored from a CKSV counter attack - but what could have been a nervous final period was avoided when Smith was rewarded for his hard work with a good individual goal and Wickham got his second in the 86th minute to complete the win.

Eirian Rees the Cwm manager will have been pleased to see the strong creative performance and Cwm, after four games sit in fourth position in the Macron Premier League, with 9 points.

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The next match is back at Grenig Park on Tuesday 22 August (7pm) when they take on Clydach Football Club.

Macron West Wales Premier League Results: 15 August:

Bryn Rovers 1 Ynystawe Athletic 5;

Clydach 4 Garden Village 1;

Cwm Wanderers 0 Rockspur Fords 2;

Cwmamman United 4 C K Swiss Valley 1;

Giants Grave 2 Pontarddulais Town 1; 

West End 3 Dafen Welfare 2.