Cwmamman United braved torrential rain to secure a vital 3-2 victory over Ynystawe Athletic at Ynystawe Park.

The match, played under almost constant downpour, saw the victorious team maintain a strong performance throughout.

Starting the game confidently, Cwmamman United (Cwm) were able to establish a well-linked play with significant contributions from Cam Berry and Ryan Cole who linked well in midfield.

Meanwhile, Ynystawe Athletic, the home team who were sitting in third before the match and aiming to maintain pressure on promotion places, found it hard to get going.

Cwm took an early lead with Taylor Smith netting in the 9th minute.

Nevertheless, Ynystawe clawed back with an equaliser, thanks to an expertly executed penalty by former Cwm player Callum Dougal in the 16th minute.

Cwm's attacks continued to unsettle the Ynystawe defence.

Multiple chances were created on either side of half time, with attempts by Elliot Smith, Harrison Thomas, and Matt Coley particularly all coming close.

The Cwm wide defence of Evan Gibbs and Jackson Brereton with Charlie Davies and James Gorman in central defence were in control while Cam Williams was breaking up Ynystawe attacks.

Cwm keeper Callum Andrews was however called upon to make two excellent saves.

In the 62nd and 77th minutes, debutant Coley secured his team's lead by calmly delivering two cool finishes, creating a significant lead for Cwm at 1-3.

Just when it seemed a sure victory, Ynystawe's Joe Marshall managed to narrow the gap to 3-2 in the 92nd minute, making the last few minutes a nail-biter for Cwm.

Cwm's triumphant team effort over one of the leading sides marks a major accomplishment for the away team.

Now, as they prepare for their rematch against Ynystawe Athletic at Grenig Park at 2.30pm this Saturday, they'll be hoping for drier conditions to make their mark again.