Continuing their unbeaten league run, Caerbryn went a point from top with a flurry of goals in a home win against Pembrey.

Caerbryn started the better, having joy down the left flank as Matt Warnes linked up well with Kyle Wells. Wells then opened the scoring after a strong tackle by Lloyd Bevan in the midfield. Bevan got the ball to Wells who rounded the defender and struck the ball through the keeper.

Pembrey equalised soon after, making it a very cagey first half. Both sides had chances, but neither could take the lead comfortably and frustration was shown from each team heading into the break.

The second half sprung into life with seven goals between the sides. Pembrey struck first through a well throught move, crossing in and heading in well. Caerbryn hit back and equalised immediately, Jacob Liles played the ball to the right for Wells who linked well with Oliver Dymond. It was Dymond's lovely cross which saw Tim Chapman score his first of the game.

With the game tied, Caerbryn got their nose ahead. Liles once again found Wells down the right. His ball across deflected off a defender, past the keeper, for Tim Chapman to tap in on the line.

Caerbryn continued to push to extend their lead and got their reward as Chapman sealed his hattrick. Kian Evans played very well in the midfield, running strongly at the Pembrey defence. With the two-goal lead, Caerbryn brought on Rhys Morgan and Matthew Howell, who continued to push and create chances. Matt Warnes and Stu Dunn provided solidity at the back.

Pembrey made the game nervy as they scored from a corner. However, Caerbryn continued to push and got their rewards through Stevie Evans. A well-played through ball by right back Arwel Gravell found Evans, who rounded the keeper and tapped in the net. The same duo combined for Caerbryn's sixth and final goal, Gravell found Evans again who calmly slotted it past the keeper, sealing the game for the home side. Pembrey pushed to get back into the game, however Nathan Craven was equal to any threats on target.

Final score: Caerbryn 6 - 3 Pembrey.

A much improved second half on a difficult pitch extends Caerbryn's streak going into a tough set of February fixtures.