CWMAMMAN United opened their new stand in style on Sunday, as they hosted a charity game against a Swansea Legends XI to raise funds for former captain Paul Pugh.

The game marked the opening of the new Paul’s Pledge Stand at Grenig Park, named after the foundation set up by ex Cwmamman player Paul Pugh, with entry to the match being a donation to Paul’s Pledge.

The game itself, a ten goal thriller, was lit up by the mercurial skills of Lee Trundle, who set the tone early on with a spectacular lobbed shot from his own half which caught home goalkeeper Chris Curtis off his line and nestled into the back of the net.

Trundle showed his class throughout the 90 minute spectacular and added a further three goals to his own personal tally before the day was done.

It was a game full of entertainment as both sides went for the win.

Cwmamman United’s Ryan Hurlow showed a clean pair of heels to his markers and reaped his rewards with a well taken goal to level the scores.

Goals were exchanged at either end before the half time whistle, and the side’s went in to the break at 2-2.

However, in the second half the visitors started to pull away from the hosts.

Hurlow moved over to the Swansea XI and linked up well with his former team mate Kyle Copp, who provided the experienced Trundle with a number of chances, most of which he finished.

Goals flew in and the select side were soon 6-2 to the good.

Substitutions were frequently made by both sides and eventually Cwmamman managed to reduce the scoreline to 6-4 when Cwm’s Ryan Thomas thundered home a free kick from just outside the penalty box.