Pembrokeshire football fixtures for Saturday, November 16th:

WWFA Intermediate Cup Round 2 (1.30pm):

Merlins Bridge 7-1 Gors

Even before this fixture was reversed, I envisaged an easy win for Bridge against a team in the second division of the Swansea League.

Even more so now the game has switched, and I Simon Thomas and 'Taffy' Williams will want a productive 90 minutes out of this after a few weeks without a game.

Neyland 4-2 Tumble United

Neyland are now also boosted by home advantage against a Tumble team in the second tier of the Carmarthenshire League.

Having already been knocked out the Senior Cup, they'll want a run in this. And they will start favourites.

Ynystawe Athletic 6-1 Solva

Solva have only won once in seven league games in Division 2 this season - and go to an Ynystawe side second in the top flight of the Swansea League.

The visitors will have to travel as strong as they can and be prepared to dig in, or it could be a long 90 minutes.

Senior Cup Round 2 (1:45pm):

Kilgetty 1-4 Monkton Swifts

For Kilgetty this is a shot to nothing before they can finally return to Division 2 action after a few weeks of cup action.

They battled well in Rhos and are capable of giving Monkton problems - but The Swifts remain unbeaten in league and cup action, Jimmy Walker and Ben Steele standing out in a great win over Llandarcy on Saturday.

Hard to see past Joe Lewis' side here.

But given I accidentally missed Kilgetty off when tweeting the quarter final draw last night I'm expecting a shoeing if they win. And rightly so....

Narberth 2-3 Carew

This now looks a big tie.

Narberth have already beaten Carew in the league and hammered Saundersfoot 8-2 on Saturday, former Rook Lloyd Hughes bagging a hat trick.

His signing has inevitably boosted the Bluebirds and Tony Evans and Dafydd Wright also impressed with a brace each on Saturday.

The Senior Cup now takes on extra significance for Carew having lost in the West Wales Cup on Saturday. Scott Ferney's double did see them come back from 2-0 against Giants Grave before losing late on, but they have to get over that quickly.

They are yet to find consistency this season but showed at Goodwick how dangerous they are when they get it right. I can see goals at both ends here and extra time wouldn't surprise me - so I'm saying Carew without real conviction.

Division 1 (2pm):

Goodwick United 2-2 Hakin United

Another low key 0-0 in store here then.....

These two have already met at the same venue in the Senior Cup with Goodwick winning, and their need is perhaps greater here having already lost in the league. The Vikings sit on nine points from nine.

Both have enjoyed good wins in the West Wales Cup recently but The Phoenix Boys were pushed all the way by Clarby on Saturday. New signings Nick Rees and James Bryan are impressing though and Kieran O'Brien has also returned from injury.

Hakin as always, look good going forward with Adam 'titch' John seemingly back to the electric form he showed before injury last season - but they currently look solid at the other end too. Keeper Martin Langdon has shown no signs of ring rust and Leon Luby has boosted then both defensively and pushing forward.

Both these sides no each other so well and yet anything could happen. I can see goals and a point apiece.....but I'm very much guessing.

Pennar Robins 1-3 Fishguard Sports

Psychologically it was important The Robins got off the mark on Saturday with a point against St Clears. Although Chris Lloyd would have perhaps rued not winning having led twice through Connor Roberts and Rhys Lucas.

Fishguard showed no ill effects from not playing for a few weeks by hammering Resolven 9-3 in the West Wales Cup - Steve Lewis getting a hat trick but there were also two goals for Jake Booth who has been a useful addition.

On form so far this season, Fishguard are favourites.

Saundersfoot Sports 2-5 Clarbeston Road

Saundersfoot are now the only side without a point and that Narberth result would have done little to raise morale.

They at least have a home game here and Clarby can be buoyed by their display against Goodwick and their West Wales Cup win the previous week. Richard Bevan and Ben John are in the goals and they have had players return from injury - but now need points having mustered just three from five games.

Matt Ellis will be targeting three of them here.

Division 2 (2pm):
Herbrandston v Hundleton
Hakin United II v Lawrenny
Johnston v Broad Haven
Milford United v St Ishmaels
Pennar Robins II v Merlins Bridge II

Third Division Cup Round 1 (1:45pm):
Camrose v Carew II
Monkton Swifts II v Letterston
Haverfordwest CC v Cosheston AFC
Pendine v Goodwick United II

Division 3 (2pm):
Clarbeston Road II v Milford Athletic
Fishguard Sports II v Pembroke Boro

Division 4 (2pm):
Broad Haven II v Pennar Robins III
Solva II v Camrose II
St Clears II v Neyland II
St Florence v Milford United II
St Ishmaels II v Narberth II
Tenby v Haverfordwest CC II

Division 5 (2pm):
Angle v Saundersfoot Sports II
Hundleton II v Newport Tigers
Lawrenny II v Kilgetty II
Milford Athletic II v Carew III
Pembroke Boro II v Herbrandston II