The Reds made it through to the 3rd round of the Nathaniel Car Sales MG Cup with a 3-1 win against Llantwit Major in what was a highly entertaining game at Old Road.
A debut goal from Josh Bull and a brace from substitute Tyler Brock were enough for the Reds in a game that saw the visitors miss a penalty and take the lead from Matthew Kimmins.
Manager Andy Hill rung the changes after the opening day win against Llanelli with seven in total, 5 of the starting eleven were graduates from last seasons title winning youth team with a further 4 more on the bench.
Referee Joseph Gibson started proceedings in front of a good crowd of 322 with conditions perfect for a fast flowing cup tie and this proved to be exactly that with both teams showing attacking intent from the first whistle.
The visitors dealt the first blow of the game on 24 minutes, a quick free kick caught the Ferry defence out and with their appeals for offside waved away Matthew Kimmins finished well past Rhys Wilson for 1-0.
The Reds response was swift though with a sublime solo effort from summer signing Josh Bull, the forward dummied a pass from Morgan Wright and received a return pass before showing off his skill with a twist and turn before firing past visiting keeper Sam Goodwin to make it 1-1 on 28 minutes and see the teams return to the changing rooms level at half time.
The first changes of the second half were on the hour with Tyler Brock replacing Bull and Caleb Demery who has just returned from a trial with Swansea City taking the place of Dylan Perkins, these changes were to turn out pivotal later in the game.
Shorly later on 64 minutes Llantwit had a great chance of taking the lead again when handball was given against Kris Evans, Rob Jones stepped up but his effort went wide of the post to see the score remain level.
A further two changes from Hill saw Alex Gammond and Kori Parker replace McKenzie Ace and Keiran Williams, 10 minutes later one of the replacements Tyler Brock who found the breakthrough after superb work from Demery to assist for 2-1.
Only two minutes later that man Brock was again the thorn in Llantwits side when he dispossesed a defender from a high press and strided on to finish low past Goodwin and settle the tie.
The Reds now await the next round draw and prepare for Tuesdays home league derby against Trefelin.
Man of the Match- TYLER BROCK- a game changing cameo from the Ferry number seven changed the game (sponsored by Gareth Rees Accountancy)