Touray Sisay hit a double in the first half. Kristian Platt halved the deficit just before the break for Airbus.

Three quick-fire Seasiders goals in the second 45 from Sisay to net his third and a Marc Williams brace put the hosts 5-1 ahead.

Substitute Oliver Lanceley pulled two goals back for the bus, but Brady McGilloway's sending off late on ended any hopes of a revival as the match ended 5-3.

In the early stages of the first half, it was the home side creating all the chances and causing Airbus trouble.

Just after the 10-minute mark, Aber punished the Wingmakers after Sisay slotted the ball into the net after a header back from Adam Davies.

The Seasiders continued to create dangerous opportunities before Sisay doubled his tally after chipping it over the out-rushing Dave Roberts.

The Bus responded well to set-back with Aber goalkeeper Alex Pennock having to be alert to a couple of inviting set-piece deliveries from Jake Phillips.

Just before the half time whistle was blown, Platt reacted quickest at the far post as he slid onto the loose ball to net his second goal in two matches; rewarding a great spell of football by Steve O'Shaughnessy's men.

Airbus made a substitution at the start of the second period, with January signing Danny Edwards replacing Joe Palmer in midfield.

Both teams were looking for the vital next goal in the opening minutes of the half. Unfortunately for the Wingmakers it was the hosts who eventually fired in their third.

Geoffrey Kellaway found space on the flank with time to pick out Williams who glanced his header into the bottom corner to extend the lead.

Sisay then completed his hat-trick as the Seasiders showed a clinical edge in front of goal. The striker tapped into the empty net following a defence splitting Aaron Pomeyie cross from out wide.

The Aber Captain then added to his tally to all but seal the three points. Once again Williams latched onto the cross, but this time defender Wesley Baynes provided the assist.

Airbus showed resilience as they searched for a response. Substitute Lanceley raced behind the Seasiders backline and calmly slotted into the bottom corner.

The academy graduate then doubled his tally shortly after. A pin-point cross from defender McGiloway was headed home leaving Pennock routed to his spot.

Unfortunately for the Wingmakers, any chance of a remarkable turnaround was dashed after McGilloway was shown a straight red for a late tackle on Williams in the final minutes.


Airbus: Roberts (GK), McGilloway, Palmer (D. Edwards 45’), Platt, R. Edwards (c), Hughes, Hart, Phillips, Watson, Rogers (Payne 77’), Darlington (Lanceley 60’)

Aberystwyth: Pennock (GK), Baynes, Kellaway (Pomeyie 58’), Mendes, Sisay (Hughes 82’) Williams (c), Boundford, Vaz, Jenkins, Rowland (Viera 71’), Davies