Hay St Mary's turned on the style as they defeated Aberaeron Town 8-1 to move to the summit of the MMP with Norman Lloyd Central Wales League (South).

However, it was visitors from Ceredigion who opened the scoring in the first minute of the match, when Rob Snedden was caught in possession and Ianto ap Dafydd Evans took advantage to slot home past Ewan Peel in the home goal.

The Saints were back on level terms in the 11th minute when Matty Tong netted with a cool finish after being picked out by Rob Snedden.

Hay St Mary's extended their advantage when Ricky Lynes saw his low 25 yard effort slip through the hands of Simon Tinney in the Seasiders' goal.

Tong completed his hat-trick in the 33rd minute after driving into the penalty area when played in on goal by the hard-working Curtis Bounds to hand his team a healthy lead.

Hay St Mary's extended their lead eight minutes into the second half when Lynes netted his second goal of the afternoon when a corner was only partially cleared by the Aberaeron Town defence.

Tong scored his fourth goal of the afternoon after being found by substitute Curtis Williams and cutting in from the right flank, before drilling a low shot past Tinney.

Lynes was denied by theoverworked Seasiders' custodian in the 80th minute before man of the match, Jack Biggs, netted the goal that his outstanding performance deserved as he headed home from Lynes' corner just a minute later.

Matty Meredith advanced into the Aberaeron Town penalty area two minutes later before striking a low shot past Tinney after running onto a through ball from the outstanding Biggs.

The former Llanidloes Town player thundered a shot on the turn against the crossbar in the 86th minute. The Saints had already done more than enough to secure the points.

Kington Town made it three wins from three to top the Herefordshire County League Premier Division after a 5-0 win at Hinton.

A goal each came from Tallon Burton, Callum Davies, Sam Davies, Sam Roberts and Matthew Watkins.

Ledbury Town join them as they early pace setters after a convincing 5-0 victory over league new boys Coppertops FC.

Ryan Pugh and Joel Skyers netted a brace each while an own goal completed the day for the under pressure hosts.