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.