Swansea City Under-23s produced a dominant performance on their way to an impressive 2-0 victory over Welsh Premier League side Llanelli Town at Stebonheath Park.
George Byers marked his return from injury by opening the scoring after just three minutes, before providing a brilliant assist for Courtney Baker-Richardson to seal the win early in the second half.
Playing a 4-4-2 diamond formation, the Swans enjoyed the vast majority of possession and caused plenty of problems for their Welsh Premier League opponents going forward.
They made a bright start and there were just three minutes on the clock when they found the breakthrough, as Byers pounced on a defensive error before calmly slotting home.
The midfielder went close to doubling his tally on a couple of occasions as the visitors enjoyed a dominant first half, while the Llanelli keeper was quick off his line to deny Courtney Baker-Richardson later on.
However, there was no stopping the striker seven minutes after the break, as he raced onto a wonderful through ball from Byers before coolly finishing to put the game beyond Llanelli.
Swans: Steven Benda, Tyler Reid, Keston Davies (Jacob Jones, ht), Cian Harries, Brandon Cooper, Jack Evans (capt) (Tom Price, 86), Adnan Maric (Marco Dulca, 75), Ryan Blair (Kees De Boer, 75), George Byers (Trialist, 64), Courtney Baker-Richardson (Oli Cooper, 69), Liam Cullen.