Alhagi Touray Sisay’s hat-trick helped Haverfordwest County maintain their 100 per cent Phase Two record on Tuesday night, in a fantastic 6-0 win away at Aberystwyth Town.

Sisay opened the scoring just after quarter of an hour when a throughball inside the area left him one-on-one, with the Spaniard only having to dink the ball over Alex Pennock in the Aberystwyth goal.

That’s how the score stayed until half time, but like against Druids on Saturday, County scored only seconds after the restart, a long throw finding Sisay who beautifully flicked the ball into the far corner past Pennock.

Sisay grabbed his hat-trick just after the hour mark, when Corey Shephard intercepted and passed to Jordan Davies, who played a sublime throughball to the unmarked Sisay who smashed the ball past Pennock.

Davies was involved in the fourth goal too, when he controlled the ball over the Aberystwyth defence to run in one-on-one against Pennock, before defender Lee Jenkins caught up and fouled him inside the area.

Jenkins was shown a red card for denying a goalscoring opportunity, before Davies grabbed his second goal in two games from the spot, and County were 4-0 up with ten minutes to go.

But there was still time for more against a dejected Aberystwyth.

The Bluebirds pushed and intercepted high up the pitch, with Sisay on the left. The Spaniard crossed to the far post, past Pennock and substitute Ryan George just had to tap the ball in for five.

Henry Jones came on very late in the game, but still found his name on the scoresheet in his first appearance since being sent off away at Aberystwyth in early February.

A free kick very wide on the left appeared not to be too tight an angle for Jones, as he curled his effort into the near post for the final goal of the night.

Haverfordwest stay in eighth position, and second in the Relegation Group, but after Cardiff Met’s 1-1 draw against Barry Town, the Bluebirds are only a point behind the group leaders.

County are also five points clear of ninth placed Aberystwyth, and eight points clear of the bottom two.

Previously, the Bluebirds had not scored six goals in a top-flight game since 2004-05, and under new manager Nicky Hayen, they have done just that twice within three days.

County's next game is at home to Connah’s Quay Nomads a week on Saturday, March 26.