Two second half goals secured a second derby win and our place in the Cymru South League with other results also going our way. Lido welcomed back Ioan Evans following a few weeks on the injured list and he set up the first opportunity after 2 minutes when he crossed the ball in to Sean Hanbury whose flick was well saved by James Donnelly in the Port Talbot goal. Port Talbot then created a golden opportunity when Liam Reed shot from close range only for Aaron Jones to make a save the ball rebounding to Jenson Cory but Aaron closed him down and the ball squirmed away. Another chance for Lido on 8 minutes when Chris Jones played Sean Hanbury in, he toe pocked it under Donnelly but Garrett gets back to clear off the line. Aaron Jones was again in action on 12 minutes with a fantastic save off Liam Reed managing to turn the ball behind for a corner. On 23 minutes Sean Hanbury headed wide following a Chris Jones free kick. Josh Webber replaced the injured Owen Williams on 26 minutes and took his place wide right. On 41 minutes Sean Hanbury picked up a through ball and shot from distance but the ball went just wide. A goalless first half but plenty of action. The early chances in the second half fell to the Lido with Matthew Beynon heading a corner wide, and Liam Griffiths firing over the bar from distance after spotting Donnelly of his line. For some reason around the hour mark the Port Talbot defence started panicking and played themselves into trouble. Ioan Evans had just put a chance into the side netting before Lido scored, an Evans close range volley was brilliantly saved by James Donnelly but the ball fell to Sean Hanbury and he netted from close range. Worse was to follow for the home side when they needlessly gave away a penalty which Chris Jones blasted in. It went from bad to worse for Port Talbot when Logan Bowkett was shown a second yellow and so they had to play the final 23 minutes with 10 men. Ioan Evans forced another save from Donnelly who again excelled saving from Chris Jones from close range. This win ensured we remain in the Cymru South and leaves four teams still in the mix for the final relegation spot.