West Wales Intermediate Cup Round Four (2pm):

Merlins Bridge v Port Tennant Colts​

Last week, I tipped Bridge to overcome Swansea Senior League Division Two team Port Tennant Colts - who were reinstated to the competition after losing 6-2 to a Rockspur side later found to have fielded an ineligible player.

And although The Wizards have been inactive since December 9th after last Saturday's game was called off, I see no reason to change my mind.

This game will take place at the Conygar Bridge Meadow Stadium, and this should further help Nathan Thomas' men. It's a venue most of the players are very familiar with and played on three times during 2017.

The extra space will suit one of their key men this season, winger Will Haworth, and Luke Hayward's range of passing in midfield should also be a factor.

The winner of this crucially has a home tie against Bwlch Rangers in the quarter finals. It's an opportunity Bridge won't want to miss

Score prediction: Merlins Bridge 3-0 Port Tennant Colts

Senior Cup quarter final (2pm):

Hakin United v Neyland

Hakin's last two games have resulted in defeats in the FAW Trophy and then the West Wales Cup.

Those results have put extra pressure on for tomorrow, as defeat will see them go from fighting for four trophies to just one.

In their loss at Goodwick last week, a failure to defend crosses cost Kristan Bennett's team badly, and whilst they always threaten going forward, it's something they need to address if they are pick up silverware in this campaign.

Sion Price will be an injury doubt after limping off on Saturday, and with Ben Steele out long term, Hakin will hope to have youngsters Ben Fawcett and Jack Wilson back and Nicky Woodrow may start after his 25 minute cameo at Phoenix Park.

Neyland meanwhile, can go in with nothing to lose. Keeper Patrick Hannon returned to the starting line-up and saved a penalty in the 2-2 draw at Monkton last Saturday, and Mike Chandler reminded us of his goal scoring ability with a super free kick.

But veteran midfielder Wayne Parry was absent, and you feel The Nomads will need his experience and ability tomorrow if they are to cause an upset at The Obs.

When these sides met i the league on December 9th, Hakin won 7-0. I don't think the margin will be that big this time around, but The Vikings are favourites.

Score prediction: Hakin United 3-1 Neyland

Manderwood Pembrokeshire League Division One (2.30pm):

Angle v West Dragons

Both sides go into this on the back of a bad week.

Angle were beaten at home by then rock bottom Milford United on Saturday, and while they are still ten points clear of the bottom two, they won't want back to back home defeats against two teams below them.

Ben Adams has scored five goals in his last two games, even if they have been eight weeks apart, and keeper Luke Lawrence was another to come out of the Milford loss with credit.

And it's difficult to know what state The Dragons will turn up in. They were beaten 2-0 at home to Lamphey on Saturday, and have since changed managers again, with Lee Palmer returning to the helm after Chris Edwards stepped down.

It means further disruption to a strange season, and Palmer must just focus on keeping the group committed and together, while experienced players like Steve Allen and Gethin Roberts must lead by example.

The Dragons actually sit a point below Angle in the table, and it's hard to call this one.

The form of Adams, plus the current uncertainty surrounding the visitors, means I go for Angle without any real conviction.

Score prediction: Angle 2-1 West Dragons

Carew v Narberth

One of the games of the day is at the Recreation Ground, with both sides on a high after last Saturday.

For Carew to go to Bonymaen and win a crunch cup game after so long without football was no mean feat. You don't do that without having real focus and resolve within your squad.

The Christopher brothers grabbed the headlines with a goal each in the 2-0 win, but equally significant was the clean sheet kept by goalie Tom Davies and his back four. With Iwan Izzard back from his travels, and the likes of Haydn Shapcott, Ian Darbyshire and Alex Bayley all in consistent form this season, The Rooks now have a squad with depth.

But they will be tested tomorrow by a Narberth side who overcame a rocky start to win at Herbie on Saturday, going second in the table in the process.

Herbie did cause them problems early on and it took a great save from Jason Jones to prevent them going 2-0 down. They can't afford to give Carew the same early joy tomorrow.

The Bluebirds will also want striker Dafydd Wright to return to the prolific form he showed pre-Christmas - and this is the sort of test Morgan Preece and co need to come through if they want to finish near the top come the end of the season.

I think both sides will score, but can see Carew edging it.

Score prediction: Carew 3-2 Narberth

Goodwick United v Herbrandston

I watched Goodwick in that West Wales Cup game with Hakin, and for 45 minutes they didn't get going.

But the fact they got through a mad second 45 minutes with a 4-3 win was no fluke, they seem to have regained the winning mentality and knack of getting the job done that signified their treble winning season of 2015/16.

Jordan Griffiths played 90 minutes in his first game back from a broken ankle, and showed enough to suggest he will be back to his best imminently. Another feature of their win were the set piece deliveries of Jonny Horgan, something the league's bottom side will have to deal with to have any hope of taking something from Phoenix Park.

Oliver West's men have been boosted by the return of Adam Galdo, but Dylan Hawkridge will be suspended after being sent off against Narberth.

The likes of Mark Jones and Adrian Rees at the back will have to be at their best to nullify Goodwick's forward threat, and at the other end Scott Reid will look to strike for the fith successive league game.

Herbie lie nine points off safety and need a great escape. Sadly for them, I think The Phoenix Boys are too strong at the moment for it to start here.

Score prediction: Goodwick United 4-0 Herbrandston

Lamphey v Clarbeston Road

Clarbie have not played since December 9th, which makes it nigh on impossible to predict how they will go tomorrow.

As I keep saying, they have a Senior Cup semi final against Merlins Bridge on February 21st, and desperately need some game time and momentum before then.

Ironically, their last game was a 4-3 defeat against The Stags, who have played three times since, winning 2-0 at West Dragons on Saturday under new manager Dai Stanley.

Centre back Jansen Parsley and striker Billy Davies had the vital goals for them, and just the fact they had another 90 minutes under their belts should give them a competitive edge tomorrow.

If Clarbie's in-form of players of pre-Christmas like Tom Reubens and top scorer Jason Griffiths can pick up where they left off then they have every chance here, but that will be easier said than done.

Score prediction: Lamphey 1-1 Clarbeston Road

Pennar Robins v Monkton Swifts

Monkton won 5-0 when these two met on the opening day - but I can't see a similar score this time around.

Having said that, The Swifts have an advantage in that they have played twice in three weeks, taking four points with a great win over Narberth and draw with Neyland.

Jamie Callan has returned to the squad, and it was Ryan Griffiths who stepped up on Saturday with both goals in that 2-2 game with The Nomads.

Pennar meanwhile, are yet to play in 2018, and actually finished last season with back to back defeats after a run of 16 points from 18.

The form of Phil John was pivotal in that run, and regardless of ring-rust, expect a full blooded derby at Bush Camp.

Having said that, the momentum picked up by Monkton this month sees me tip them.

Score prediction: Pennar Robins 1-2 Monkton Swifts

Division Two (2.30pm):

Johnston v Kilgetty

Lawrenny v Hakin United II

Llangwm v Letterston

Merlins Bridge II v Hundleton

Prendergast Villa v St Clears

Solva v Saundersfoot Sports

St Ishmaels v Fishguard Sports

Division Three (2.30pm):

Broad Haven v St Florence

Clarbeston Road II v Pennar Robins II

Milford Athletic v Carew II

Narberth II v Camrose

Pembroke Boro v Goodwick United II

Pendine v Manorbier United

West Dragons II v Milford United II

Division Four (2.30pm):

Fishguard Sports II v Lamphey II

Kilgetty II v Llangwm II

Monkton Swifts II v Angle II

Pennar Robins III v Neyland II

Fourth Division Cup Round One (2.30pm):

Herbrandston II v Broad Haven II

St Clears II v St Ishmaels II

Division Five (2.30pm):

Camrose II v Letterston II

Cosheston v Carew III

Hundleton II v Lawrenny II

Milford United III v Pembroke Boro II

Fifth Division Cup Round One (2pm):

Saundersfoot Sports II v Milford Athletic II