CAMROSE Seconds booked their place in the Division 4 Cup final on Saturday (Apr 15) as they beat Division 4 Champions Neyland seconds.
The game was played at Herbrandston but both sides found chances hard to come by in the opening 25 minutes.
In the 27th minue though it was Neyland who took the lead as an excellent run down the left by Morgan James saw him cross the ball into the box to Wayne Parry who then found Taylor Collins who slotted in.
Camrose looked to respond and five minutes later they had a free kick. Finley Davies lined it up but Ollie Britton made an excellent save to keep Neyland ahead.
However, shortly before the break, the game began to turn. Iwan Osbrne crossed from the right and Mikey Loveridge slotted in to level the game.
Two minutes later Camrose were ahead as Ifan Thomas saw a shot well saved but Loveridge snapped up the rebound to make it 2-1.
Camrose looked for another goal at the start of the second half but an excellent clearance off the line from Jay Johnstone prevented Loveridge from claiming his hat trick.
On the hour mark, Taylor Collins saw a shot pushed wide by the Camrose keeper. From the resulting corner Wayne Parry headed the ball against the bar.
They were made to rue those missed chances as Thomas scored two minutes later to make it 3-1.
Three minutes later Camrose came forward but a foul in the box left the referee no option but to award a penalty. Loveridge was not to be denied this time and he slotted the spot kick away to complete his hat trick.
With five minutes to go, Matty Phillips played an intelligent ball through to Fletcher Picton who fired in to make it 4-2 and give Neyland some hope of forcing extra time.
However, Camrose made the game safe in injury time as Charley Roberts fired in from 25 yards.
Camrose will now play Kilgetty seconds in the final, which is set to be played at Monkton on Monday, April 24.