The draw has been made for the semi-finals of the Huw Hughes and Associates Pembrokeshire KO Cup - and there will be two intriguing ties.

In a repeat of last season's final, Aberystwyth will host Tenby United.

The Seasiders have beaten the Mid-Wales side three times to claim the trophy in recent times - in 2012, 2014, and 2017.

In the other final four game, Pembroke Dock Harlequins will host arch rivals Pembroke for the third time this season.

The final will take place on Friday, May 11th - with the venue to be confirmed.

Aber actually host Tenby in Division One West on Saturday, January 20th - and there have been suggestions that this will double up as the semi-final fixture, if both sides agreed to it. 

It's shaping up to be a close affair, with both sides level in mid-table on 29 points in the league. Although it was Tenby who comfortably prevailed when the pair met in Pembrokeshire in September, winning 33-7.

Pembroke meanwhile, will be away to The Quins after organisers opted to give them a bye into the next round, and eliminate Fishguard.

The teams had been due to play at Crickmarren before Christmas, but that clash was called off due to a waterlogged pitch before the cut-off date for the quarter finals expired.

Both sides then offered dates for the re-arrangement, but at last night's Pembrokeshire and District meeting, the committee ruled The Scarlets would go through.

And despite the game being at Bierspool, the Division Three West A leaders will start favourites having beaten the Quins twice this seasons already - 41-14 and 40-0.