Fishguard & Goodwick senior men hosted a visiting Caerphilly & RCT side today in a game between two top-half teams and came out on top in a physical encounter.

The home side set their stall out early as their attacking press looked to make life difficult for the visitors and they were relentless all through the game. It led to some great counter-attacking early on but the hosts were held off in the early stages by a resolute defence and some solid keeping.

The deadlock was broken by Tyler Boston-Williams with an incredible solo goal as he intercepted a cross on the edge of the Fishguard D, before beating the midfield and breaking through the defence and beating the keeper after a length of the field dribble. It was the catalyst for a remarkable first half which saw the hosts' attack attack leading the show, as Morgan Boston-Williams added a double with the first scored after a brilliantly worked move and an unselfish square across goal from Adam George, and the second a strike across goal which found the far corner. The pressure was kept on and Tyler Boston-Williams got his second after a turnover from a push out to round out a relentless first half.

The second half saw the game close up as it became a battle in the middle of the park. It was a hard-fought second half which saw Fishguard crack the Caerphilly defence on a few occasions, but the visiting goalkeeper did well to shut down the resulting 1-on-1 chances. Game management became the key as the hosts looked to close the game out, and added a fifth before the end after Simon Roberts delivered a pinpoint ball into the D which Stephen Kendrick got a touch on to divert past the goalkeeper and round out a great team performance.

Fishguard & Goodwick 5-0 Caerphilly & RCT 2

Goalscorers: Tyler Boston-Williams (2), Morgan Boston-Williams (2), Stephen Kendrick

Senior Player of the Match: Tyler Boston-Williams.

Junior Player of the Match: Morgan Boston-Williams.

This result leaves Fishguard & Goodwick fifth in the De Cymru 2, just two points off Swansea 5 who sit in the final promotion position.