Ammanford fell to a disappointing and frustrating 2-1 away defeat at the hands of struggling Swansea University on Friday evening, despite getting off to the perfect start.

The visitors took the lead in the first minute when Lee Trundle converted a low Mathew Fisher cross into the area.

Ammanford had started the game brightly, and it seemed only a matter of time before they added to their early lead.

The dangerous Jordan Langley shot over in the eleventh minute and Mathew Fisher shot over the bar midway through the first half.

Minutes later Trundle came close to doubling the lead with a dose of his customary magic, but having danced his way through several challenges he shot narrowly over from an angle.

The missed chances came back to haunt Ammanford six minutes before the break when Adam Orme converted a cross to level the score for the home team.

Ammanford started the second half brightly and good work from Callum Silcox on the left provided a good chance for Mathew Fisher who fired over.

As the second half wore on it was Uni who looked more likely to score as Ammanford struggled to get a grip on the game.

Ammanford did come close just after the hour mark when Callum Thomas shot over after the ball deflected to him from a Trundle free kick.

Uni were looking ever more dangerous and only a sharp save with his feet from Ammanford keeper Craig Morris prevented them taking the lead.

Uni were not to be denied though and it was Adam Morgan who gave them the lead in the 73rd minute, slotting the ball past Morris from a John Roberts through ball.

This goal turned out to be the winning goal for Uni although Callum Silcox did come close to an equaliser for Ammanford eight minutes from time, forcing a good save from home keeper Luke Martin from a free kick outside the area.

It proved to be a frustrating night for Ammanford, and there was a red card for Trundle after the final whistle.

A healthy away following saw new signings Luke Harris and Jay Thomas make their Ammanford debuts as second half substitutes.