CWMAMMAN United came unstuck against table topping Swansea University at Grenig Park.

The hosts put in a strong performance throughout the match, but came out on the wrong side of a 2-1 scoreline in front of a 225-strong crowd.

It was a promising start from Cwm who were changed from their midweek encounter with Taffs Well, as they threatened from a number of early corners.

However, unable to score, they were made to pay when Swansea University grabbed the opener 20 minutes in.

Winger, Hugo Cowan met a cross at the back post and headed home a well worked corner for 1-0.

The rest of the half was an open and attacking game, as both goalkeepers were called into action and forced into some smart stops.

Cwm shot stopper James Kirkwood made one particularly great save from an Adam Orme free kick.

The second-half saw the Blues continue to push for an equaliser, with Calem Rees and Gareth Howarth driving out from defence.

On 65 minutes they grabbed the leveller their play deserved.

It was Rees, gallivanting forward, who found himself one on one with goalkeeper Luke Martin, and chipped the ball over him to make it 1-1.

Cwm had the ascendency now, and another rampaging run from Rees saw him brought down in the penalty area, but the referee waved away some convincing appeals.

Against the run of play though, the Uni were soon back in front.

Adam Orme scored from close range after a failed defensive clearance.

Cwm again looked for an equaliser, but they were unable to find the breakthrough and suffered a 2-1 loss.

Following the match, boss Ryan Stephens, said: "It is a tough result on us but Swansea University are a top side. I wish them all the best for the coming season."

The Blues First team now have Cambrian and Celtic at home on the 7th Septembe2.30pm kick off.