FIVE GAMES unfolded in the Anglesey League this weekend as the second round of the Rawson Digital Elias Cup took place.

Bryngwran Bulls beat Pentraeth Reserves 4-0 in a game that had to be called off after 75 minutes due to a serious injury to Anglesey League top scorer Craig Moore. Goals from Ioan Thomas (2), Mark Hamblin and debutant Gwynfor Owen put The Bulls in control before the incident.

Cefni also fought their way into the next round of the cup, beating Cemaes Bay 2-1 in Extra Time. A Chris Hughes goal (Cemaes) and a penalty from Nathan Lewis (Cefni) took the tie past the 90 minute mark before Lee Lewis secured a win for the visitors.

Elsewhere, Caergybi progressed with a 4-1 victory at Valley. A hat-trick from top scorer James Ryan and a strike from Tristan Hughes put Dale Moffat's side in the driving seat.

Arriva Bangor also booked their place in the next round with a 4-1 at Holyhead Hotspur Reserves. Kris Dunne scored for the home side, but goals from Scott Hughes (2), Elliot Patterson and Cai Thomas saw The Busmen progress.

In the Anglesey League, winless Llandegfan's woes continued with a 5-1 loss at home to Bodorgan. Luke Gardiner and Luke Allaway put the visitors 2-0 up before Llandeg had a Nathan Stenson goal wrongly disallowed for offside. In the second half, Allaway added a second, debutant Matt Lawson scored and Aaron Jones completed the rout with Ryan Hughes' looping header a mere consolation for the home team.