Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 4/12
The big game in the Premier Division saw Holton Road grab a last gasp equaliser to keep the title race very much alive away at table topping Penarth Town. Adam Nilsen gave Penarth an early lead but Ben Pearce emerged from the bench to bag the leveller in the last minute of the game. Penarth remain four points ahead of Holton Road but have played a game more.
AFC Rhoose jumped up to third place after a comfortable 4-1 victory over Barry Athletic. A brace from Bryan and one each from Webb and Bolton securing the three points.
Island Marine fought back from two goals down against Cadoxton Barry to earn a point in this enthralling encounter. Kavanagh and Powell putting Cadoxton Barry in control but a Davies double pulled Marine level. That’s seven league games unbeaten for Island Marine now but five games without a win for Cadoxton Barry.
The leagues in form side Cardiff Airport continued their impressive climb up the table as they saw off BV 5-2. Lee Stradling hitting four goals in this impressive win. Airport now unbeaten in seven, a run that contains five victories.
Tynewydd and Cogan Coronation played an entertaining 2-2 draw, Lewis Union putting Tynny in front early on and Tom Case converted from the spot 12 minutes from time to make sure the spoils were shared.
In Division One, Sully Sports run of eight consecutive wins is over as Holton Road B put them to the sword with a 4-1 victory. Goals from Harris, Thomas, Colston and an OG saw Holton Road B close the gap on the top to five points.
Cwm Talwg took full advantage and now sit level on points with Sully, albeit having played a game more, as they alliterates St Athan C. Josh Kirke scoring five goals the stand out player of the afternoon.
Vale United stay in fourth as they hammered Vale Madrid 7-2. Wilkinson and Tominey both grabbing two, with Caseley, Chan and Wisenden with one each.
Rhoose Social recorded back to back wins as they secured an impressive 3-0 win over Vake Athletic, Morgan and Jackson with the goals that keep them level on points with Vale Utd.
And finally, St Athan B picked up their first win in three as they thrashed Island Marine B 8-0. Williamson with a hat trick, Talbot with a brace, and one each from George, Salisbury and Sammarco.