THE Vale football league was hit by major disruption this weekend with a number of the games abandoned due to the weather, with Barry Saints v SP Billy, Cadoxton Imps v Cardiff Airport, Tynewydd v Sully Sports, BRT Dynamos v Barry Albion and Cwm Talwg v Cadoxton Athletic all called off.

There was action to be seen however, with Llantwit Major maintaining their 100 per cent start to the Division Two season, ending Cadoxton Barry’s winning streak with a 4-0 away win. St Athan B picked up their first victory of the campaign in dispatching Island Marine B 2-1, while Vale Madrid continued their solid start to go top with a 3-0 victory over bottom club Glenbrook. Elsewhere, AFC Rhoose B hammered BV 5-0 to go fifth.

Only one game survived in Division One as Cogan Coronation came away with the bragging rights in their derby game with Penarth Town B, a 3-1 scoreline giving the home side the win.

Due to SWFA Cup games there was also only a sole Premier Division game played, as league leaders Barry Athletic strengthened their position with a 4-2 triumph over Cowbridge Town. The result sends Athletic six points clear, albeit having played two games more than second place, while Cowbridge go bottom on goal difference.

Two Vale sides were in SWFA Senior Cup action as St Athan hit three in a 3-0 away win against Llanharan, while Island Marine thumped Abercanaid Wanderers 5-1.

Next week the Barry Cup takes centre stage as the first round commences, with Barry Saints, Cwm Talwg, Vale Madrid, Cadoxton Imps and Tynewydd all playing Premier Division sides seeking an upset.