THE eagerly awaited fourth round draw of the West Wales Intermediate Cup has brought together some intriguing ties involving clubs from Pembrokeshire.

Narberth will have home advantage against Tenby in an all Pembrokeshire clash; this guarantees one club from the county will definitely reach the quarter final stage.

Hakin United travel to Pwll Athletic, who plays in the Carmarthenshire Division One and are currently sitting ninth in the table. The Vikings are capable of reaching the last eight if they play to their full potential.

Carew entertains Carmarthenshire Premier Division league leaders Seaside at home. If the home side win this tie then it would be a giant killer. St Jospehs are in the draw instead of holders Johnston, the latter thrown out of the competition for playing an ineligible player and have home advantage against Brynawel.

All ties to be played on Saturday, February 1

Carew v Seaside; Giants Grave v Morriston Olympic; Malsters Sports v Ystradgynlais; Narberth v Tenby; Pwll Athletic v Hakin United; St Josephs v Brynawel; Swansea Dockers v Penlan Club; Tumble United v Cwmfelin Press