Welsh League Division One:
Cambrian and Clydach 3-0 Haverfordwest County

It was a second straight league defeat for Haverfordwest County yesterday as a strong second half performance from Cambrian and Clydach saw them beat the league leaders 3-0.

Second placed Llanelli Town had their home game with Cwmbran Celtic called off, meaning The Bluebirds remain a point above them having played one more game, and now cannot dwell on the fact they could have been seven points clear had things worked out differently the past two weeks.

Cambrian lost 1-0 to The Bluebirds on the Bridge Meadow in October, and this game on their 3G pitch produced a tight and goalless first half, with defences on top.

Having said that, both sides had chances and struck the woodwork - the visitors through the industrious Greg Walters, who had a fine game.

The early stages of the second half were also tight before the home side won a controversial 55th minute penalty that turned the game.

Player coach Tim Hicks was adjudged to have handled the ball in his own area by referee Lewys Thomas, and Richard French drove in the spot kick.

This left the visitors chasing the game and they moved to a back three as they tried to push men forward.

But with 20 minutes left, Haverfordwest keeper Conah McFenton failed to keep out Liam Reed's effort - and just nine minutes later, it was game over as French grabbed his second.

The Bluebirds return to the Conygar Bridge Meadow this Saturday, February 17th when they, play Penybont, kick off 2.30pm.

Haverfordwest County: Conah McFenton, Matthew Broome (Nicky Palmer 65), Alaric Jones, Sean Pemberton, Tim Hicks, Ricky Watts, Greg Walters, Kristian Speake (Fraser Finlay 80), Dan Williams, Steffan Williams (Declan Carroll 80).

Sub not used: Leon Luby.