Carmarthenshire Reserve Division 2

Caerbryn Reserves 15 Pembrey Reserves 0

Caerbryn Reserves followed up last week's cup victory with an emphatic win over Pembrey Reserves at Ammanford 3g.

The scoring started immediately, as James Kitt-Griffiths nodded in for his first of the game from a Matthew Jones corner. The second came from Dylan Carmichael who found the top corner following a mazy run.

Left back Cameron Evans got the third goal with a convincing finish from the edge of the area. Owen Flowers completed the first half scoring heading in an Adam Rowe cross. Ben Edwards was a threat all half, and very unlucky not to get a goal of his own. Ben Morgan and Josh Davies were solid throughout the game providing chances for the attack.

The second half saw dominance from the home side with Carmichael getting the fifth goal following a wonderful through-ball by Matthew Jones. Kitt-Griffiths then nodded in his second to make it 6-0.

Caerbryn made some changes, but the performance kept on improving as substitute attacker Kieran Jones fired in to make it 7-0. Jones then scored two more, one a superb taken volley from Kosta's cross to make it 9 goals to the hosts.

Man of the Match Jones didn't let up, as he added another two to his tally with some fantastic finishes. Flowers then got his second of the game before Jones completed his double hat-trick with a superbly taken scissor kick volley.

With 13 goals sealed, more chances fell to Dylan Thomas and Emyr Raymond who were unlucky not to score. Nathan Craven nailed down his clean sheet, making a good save as Pembrey broke through. Adam Rowe got the fourteenth goal, as his effort found the bottom corner, then Daniel Kinsey, assisted by Joe Kinsey, buried the final goal with an emphatic finish.

A convincing win for Caerbryn who look to build on their league form with the final games of the season. Next week, Caerbryn Firsts host Abergwili, while Caerbryn Reserves travel to Trallwm Reserves.

CPD Caerbryn would like to thank all sponsors who continue to help the club build and grow. Diolch o galon i chi.