Welsh League Division One: Briton Ferry Llansawel 0-3 Haverfordwest County

Haverfordwest boss Wayne Jones lauded the depth in his squad after the Bluebirds came through a tough test at Briton Ferry Llansawel yesterday - despite losing key players to injury early on.

With the game 0-0 at the break, second half goals from Danny Williams, Sean Pemberton and Ben Fawcett took the visitors back to second in the table, and sealed back to back away wins.

After a poor week of weather, the ground staff worked hard to make the Old Road surface playable but conditions were still difficult for the players.

And Jones had plenty of early headaches, forced to make two substitutions in the first 25 minutes as Kaid Mohamed and Alaric Jones both limped off - replaced by Leon Luby and Fawcett respectively.

Prior to that, Lee Trundle had an early lob tipped over the bar, and then the striker's neat back-heel sent Danny Williams clear but he failed to finish.

At the other end centre back Sean Pemberton was again outstanding for the Bluebirds, while keeper Steve Hall made two good close-range saves and dealt with a barrage of crosses superbly in the first 45 minutes.

And then after the break, Haverfordwest took control.

Less than 60 seconds after kick off, Pemberton's ball over the top found Williams he he cut in from the left and fired in a super left foot shot from a tight angle.

In the 58th minute the second goal came, as Elliot Scotcher whipped in a free kick towards Pemberton and his precise header looped into the net.

The third goal, in the 80th minute, came when Trundle beat his man and then unselfishly teed up Fawcett to seal the points.

"We’ve now got a squad that can win games not just a starting 11," Jones told Telegraph Sport.

"Injuries forced changes but all our subs were immense when they came on."       

The Bluebirds’ next game is again on the road, at Ton Pentre this Friday, December 28th.   

Haverfordwest: Steve Hall, Ricky Watts; Tim Hicks, Sean Pemberton, Alaric Jones (Leon Luby, 25), Elliot Thomas, Danny Williams, Elliot Scotcher, Ashley Bevan (Tom Dyson, 70), Lee Trundle, Kaid Mohamed (Ben Fawcett, 10).

Subs not used: Jack Wilson, Mark Davies.