2:01pm Tuesday 4th March 2014
TENBY’S dream of reaching the semi final of the West Wales Intermediate Cup came to a halt, following a narrow defeat against Seaside.
All the goals were scored in the second half of this exciting cup-tie. Sam Christopher gave Tenby the lead in the 47th minute, but the Carmarthenshire Premier League leaders hit back with two goals and secured their place in the last four of this prestigious competition.
Tenby: Dan Escott, Ashley Andrews, James Mansbridge, Curtis Hurlow, Phil Catlin, Alex Harley, Jordan Richards, Richard Perry, Sam Christopher, Billy Vaughan, Daryl Mansbridge. Subs: Toby Rossiter, Jordan Proctor.
Vikings pay the penalty
Cwmfelin Press 2
Hakin United 2
(After extra time)
HAKIN United conceded a last minute equaliser that forced extra time and they cruelly bowed out of the West Wales Intermediate Cup, losing 2-0 on penalties to Cwmfelin Press.
It was a bitter pill for Vikings boss Gary Dawes to swallow as they came so close to reaching the semis’. After going behind Ashley Bevan struck a superb 20-yard equaliser. Minutes later and the Vikings took the lead as centre back Gareth Fawcett headed in the back 9of the net. Paul Jones was unlucky not to add a third, the striker’s rising shot crashing against the bar.
But the Swansea League division one outfit sneaked an 89th minute equaliser and following extra-time won 2-0 on penalties, the Vikings remarkably did not score with their spot kicks.
Hakin United: James Manson, Leigh Broome, Gareth Fawcett, Nathan Banner, Steve Allen, Matthew Broome, Jonathan Bennett, Andrew Kingston, Ashley Bevan, James Stanmore, Paul Jones. Subs: Mike Cooper, Aaron Owens, Paul Jenkins.
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