Llan 6-3 Ammanford

Monday 14th March 2011

Squad: Jordan Saunders, Baris Hakman, Sean Jewell, Callum Jenkins. Kieran Partridge, Daf Green, Sean Brinn - Davies, Jack Evans, Zack Tinnuche, Corrie Morris, Hachha Rai, Aaron Thomas, Sam Evans, Liam Williams, Liam Green, Jordan Frampton.

Llan 6-3 Ammanford
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Its now five wins from five in 2011 for Llan who beat Ammanford 6-3 down the Park. There wasn't much to seperate the two teams during the first quarter as Llan had a couple of threatening corners and a shout for a penalty turned down. But Ammanford responded to score the opener when Llan's defence missed a long ball and allowed an unmarked Ammanford striker to cooly slide past the goalkeeper. The home side rallied and increased the tempo on there opponents which five minutes later resulted in an equaliser thanks to Corrie Morris after Jack Evans dribbled to the by line and delivered a low left footed cross which Morris side footed home from ten yards.

Llan were in the ascendancy after half time and within two minutes got in front through Jack Evans. The ball broke free in the area and Evans struck the ball low into the net across the visitors goalie. Soon afterwards striker Hachha Rai grabbed his first of a hat trick as he cut inside from the left and superbly curled the ball into the top corner. Substitutes Sam Evans and Liam Williams made an impression by linking up to score a fourth as Evans sent a floated cross into the area for Williams to head in.

Ammanford's fifteen minute collapse continued with Rai's second and he struck his third from Jordan Framton's excellent through ball. Hachha's touch took him through on goal and he managed to beat the advancing keeper to complete his second hat trick in four games as Llan went 6-1 ahead.

Though Llan eased up and allowed Ammanford to hit back with two goals in the final ten minutes. An error from Llan's keeper led to a penalty after he committed a foul in the area which was well taken to pull a goal back. Ammanford broke down the right wing moments later and delivered a dangerous cross into the area where Aaron Thomas covering from right back managed to skew his clearance spectacularly into his own net to make it 6-3 in what was another good team performance on the whole.