A bluebirds side still missing the talismanic Joe Leahy at centre forward squandered chances in abundance. A 2-1 victory over bottom club Ton Pentre was enough to take them back to the top of the table but it should all have been over by half time.
Repeated scrambles and missed chances by the blues kept Ton interested in the outcome with the dangerous Jacka and Brock always looking as if they could snatch a point. The bluebirds held out but by the end were time wasting at the corner flag as they secured the points.
This inability of the side to get the goals their build up play deserves may cost them as the chase for the title hots up. The four home points dropped earlier in the season against Monmouth and Cwmbran were indicative of what can happen when chances are shunned. Once again a superb defensive display was the foundation for success in this match...very few keepers at any level of football would have got a sniff of the stunning 30 yard thunderbolt scored by Jacka for the visitors.
Walters and Dan Williams got the goals for the bluebirds.
Next week sees Caerau Ely visit the Meadow...they will prove tough opposition despite a poor start to the season. Recent matches with the bluebirds have seen them have the edge.