Welsh League Division One: Ton Pentre 0-4 Haverfordwest County

The Christmas cheer continues for Haverfordwest County after the Bluebirds notched a third straight away win at Ton Pentre last night.

Goals for Lee Trunndle (2), Sean Pemberton and Ben Fawcett made it nine points from nine in December for Wayne Jones' side - and they now trail leaders Penybont by just two points after the latter could only draw 2-2 in Briton Ferry Llansawel.

A frantic opening saw both Danny Williams and Fawcett go close for the visitors  - before they led inside five minutes when a Williams corner was touched in by Trundle.

Elliot Scotcher almost doubled the lead but his free kick was well saved by home keeper Ryan Fleming but then it was skipper Sean Pemberton who did make it 2-0 on the 28 minute mark - again from a corner as his powerful header found the net.

Williams went close again as he fired a shot inches wide and then eight minutes before the break, the Bluebirds essentially sealed the points.

Fawcett went clean through and underlined his growing maturity with a composed low finish.

It wasn't one way traffic however, with Haverfordwest keeper Steve Hall making two smart saves before half time while Leon Luby was forced into a crucial block in his own area.

And then just before the hour mark Trundle got his second, nodding in an Elliot Thomas cross to make it 4-0.

The striker went close to a hat trick but could only find the side netting with a fierce left foot strike, while at the other end Hall saved brilliantly after Lee Price went clean through.

It ensured a clean sheet and overall, a good night's work for Haverfordwest - ahead of another crucial away game at third placed Afan Lido next Saturday.

"This is a great place to come and get a big three points," Jones told Telegraph Sport.

"And another clean sheet what we’ve worked on so I'm very pleased.

"There is a lot of football to go though - we just have to try and keep this run going."

Haverfordwest County: Steve Hall; Ricky Watts; Leon Luby; Sean Pemberton; Tim Hicks; Tom Dyson; Danny Williams (Jack Wilson 64); Elliot Scotcher (Mark Davies, 81); Ben Fawcett (Ashley Bevan, 81); Lee Trundle; Elliot Thomas. Sub not used: Fraser Finlay.