On a cold, rainy Saturday, Caerbryn travelled to Richmond Park to face Llandovery in a Carmarthenshire League Division 1 tie.

The game started with Caerbryn on the front foot and Llandovery offering some pressure from counters. Defenders Stu Dunn, Liam Jones and Matt Warnes were solid and kept any threats at bay.

The deadlock was broken after 15 minutes when Oliver Dymond's well taken free kick found its way into the net. Caerbryn then doubled their lead a short while later through Jacob Liles' superbly struck free kick. With a two goal lead, Caerbryn started to control the game with Kian Evans and Tim Chapman providing plenty of chances for the away team.

Llandovery started to come back into the game and their efforts were rewarded when Mark Dyer made it 2-1. Caerbryn immediately hit back, getting a penalty quickly after. Dymond slotted it home to make it 3-1. The hosts then came back strongly again, making it 3-2 going into half time.

With both teams sensing three points, the second half hung in the balance but it was Caerbryn who struck early on through a thunderous strike from Rhys Williams after a wonderful pass from Dymond. Caerbryn started to control the game with Rhys Morgan and Kyle Wells linking play well and creating chances to pressure the hosts.

The fifth goal came from a quick counter when Dymond won the ball back strongly in the middle of the park. He picked out Sean Howells in his stride who calmly took it around the keeper and finished the game off.

Caerbryn rung the changes, bringing on Ben Morgan and Lloyd Bevan to sure up the defence as Llandovery pushed to get back in the game. Dylan Carmichael supported the attack well, with Caerbryn unlucky not to add to the scoresheet. Goalkeeper Nathan Craven pulled off some solid stops at the end of the game to keep the score at 5-2.

Caerbryn now sit 4th in the league, taking their unbeaten league run to 6 games. Caerbryn Firsts host Pwll next week, with the Reserve team away to Felinfoel Reserves.