CARDIFF Airport won and Ely Rangers just keep on scoring.

Rangers have now scored 41 goals in their last six games.

Read a round-up of football results involving Vale teams in the lower leagues, below.

Report by Terry Allday

It was back to league action this weekend for SW Alliance League clubs. 

In the Premiership, Cardiff Airport welcomed the return of divisional top scorer Curtis Scotto against Porthcawl Town Athletic in the "Battle of the Beaches"!

Airport won the game 5-3 with goals from Curtis Scotto - who else? His goal takes his tally to 21 for the season so far. There were also goals from James Scott and a Theo Richards hat-trick.

Dinas Powys may be down, but not out, and came away from former Ardal SW rivals Ton Pentre on the wrong end of a 3-2 defeat, with Matt Leyshon scoring both goals.

In Championship action, the Ely Rangers goal machine continued in Wenvoe when they beat Merthyr Saints 12-0.

Richard Greaves scored four with strike partner Alex Long scoring a hat-trick, Oliver Bradley helped himself to a brace as did Ethan Caveney with Peter Dascombe-Olson getting the other.

That's 41 goals in their last six league games for Rangers, with Championship top scorer Richard Greaves netting 23 league goals to date and Alex Long on 18.

Vale United travelled to Aberdare Town and needed points to get out of the relegation zone and succeeded with a 2-1 win.

Adam Preece opening the scoring on the half hour mark and a Billy Griffiths 94th minute winner sealed the points!

Sully Sports are struggling in a the hugely competitive division and faced a difficult game against league leaders Llantwit Fardre at Tonteg Park.

Despite taking an early lead through a Luke Boyle penalty they went down 6-1.

However with games in hand on the teams above them there is still an opportunity for Sully to escape relegation.

With Cogan Coronation’s game yet again postponed due to the weather, Holton Road were the sole Vale team in action in Division 1 West where they travelled west to play Tata Steel United.

Despite Holton Road going two nil up with goals from Shaun Jachontow and Nathan Williams, Tata fought back and a stoppage time equaliser saw the honours shared.