Knighton stay on their 'own' at the summit


Jonny Drury

AN own goal was enough for Knighton Town to preserve their spot at the top of the table with a 1-0 victory over Bow Street.

In a tight encounter an own goal from a visiting defender, following a superb Mark Jones cross, was all that separated the two sides.

With two games in hand Penrhyncoch are hot on their heals in second after they picked up a narrow victory at Waterloo Rovers.

After a stalemate first half Arron Lemon poked home early in the second period, before Nick Roberts netted a leveller for the hosts.

With the game heading towards a draw Dean Evans managed to head in a Lemon cross with six minutes left to take all three points back to Cae Baker.

Llanrhaeadr got back to league action with a victory away at mid table Llandrindod Wells.

Rhys Davies was upended in the box, leaving Jonny Williams to find the net from 12 yards for the Spamen.

But two goals from Kieran Evans and Endaf Owens gave the Waterfallmen a narrow victory.

Llanidloes Town left it late to come back from a goal down to take the points against Machynlleth.

Harry Holt gave Machynlleth the lead in the first period, but the Maglonians squandered chances and were punished when George Clarke was upended in the box, leaving Rhys Evans to slot home the penalty.

The game was deadlocked until eight minutes from time when former Waterloo forward Charlie Proctor curled in a free kick for the Daffs.

Montgomery Town stay rooted to the foot of the table after they drew 1-1 with fellow strugglers Tywyn Bryncrug.

The Canaries took the lead after 20 minutes when Daniel Lewis scrambled the ball home, and they had the majority of the first half play, without adding to their lead.

James Morgan got Tywyn back on level terms on the hour mark, and the visitors hit the post late on but were made to settle for a point.

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