Ammanford progress on penalties in Bute Energy Welsh Cup

Morriston playing their first competitive game in the Welsh Cup.
Morriston played their first ever competitive game in the Bute Energy Welsh Cup.

The Bute Energy Welsh Cup kicked off with a dozen qualifying round ties, featuring a shoot-out victory for Ammanford over Taffs Well.

Aberaman 6-3 Wattsville
Aberystwyth University 1-13 Carmarthen Town
Ammanford 2-2 Taffs Well (Ammanford won 4-3 on pens)
Bangor 2-0 Airbus UK Broughton
Coed Duon 5-2 Cambrian & Clydach Vale
Llanelli Town 19-0 Morriston Town
Llangefni Town 5-2 Denbigh Town
Penclawdd 2-0 Johnstown
Penybont 14-0 Coedffranc
Penydarren 1-4 Newport City
Pwllheli 4-1 Kinmel Bay
Welshpool Town 0-11 NFA

Ammanford’s Chantel Mann levelled against Taffs Well with 10 minutes left and Louise Palmer saved a penalty to win the shoot-out.

Coed Duon twice came from behind before winning through 5-2 over Cambrian & Clydach Vale, Lauren Daniels hit a hat-trick in Newport City’s 4-1 success at Penydarren

Captain Nia Ginnelly became the first to celebrate 50 appearances for Llangefni Town, doing so with a 5-2 victory against Denbigh Town.

There were double-figure wins for Carmarthen Town Ruby Dewhurst 4 Mali-Anne John, NFA, Penybont (for whom Katie Richards top-scored with five) and Llanelli Town, whose Stacey-Louise Webber featured with not only five goals but also six assists.

Twenty clubs have received byes into the next round of the competition.

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