Cambrian & Clydach Vale piled further misery on local rivals Ton Pentre with a dominant 5-1 win in the Rhondda Derby at King George New Field on Friday night.
Storm Brian brought torrential downpour to Clydach Vale for practically the duration of this fixture, but arguably a bigger storm is brewing
The King George V New Field plays host to the first Rhondda Derby of the season between Cambrian & Clydach Vale and Ton Pentre on Friday Night.
The sides could not be in more contrasting form with Cambrian & Clydach Vale surging up the league table in recent weeks following
Lee Phillips is the first managerial casualty in the Welsh League Division One after himself and Ton Pentre agreed to part company by mutual consent.
The Rhondda club have picked up just three points from a possible 18 so far this season, with the clubs only victories coming in the Welsh
Ton Pentre were denied a first league win of the season after a controversial injury time penalty allowed Cwmamman United to snatch a point in an entertaining 3-3 draw at Ynys Park.
Ton Pentre’s captain Tom Davies was judged by referee Darren Adie to have fouled Cwmamman’s Ashley Curtis as he