CAREW and Hakin United are among the sides to go through to the quarter finals of the West Wales Cup after their wins on Saturday (Feb 4).
Carew earned a 4-0 win over Waunarlywdd Galaxy. The Galaxy travelled with a good number of vocal supporters and they had much of the play in the first twenty minutes but were unable to find a goal.
Carew went ahead in the 25th minute as Charlie Perkins’ cross was headed clear to Spencer Williams who scored from 30 yards into the bottom corner.
Shortly before the break, Adam Muskett fed Archie Smith out wide who beat his full back and his low cross was turned home from close range by James Hinchliffe.
Nine minutes into the second half, Zac Rowell found Adam Muskett in a pocket of space who then played a superb ball to Charlie Perkins who made no mistake from the edge of the box.
With just over twenty minutes to go, Spencer Williams played a 60 yard pass to Adam Muskett who managed to beat his marker and finish off the game with a terrific chip.
It was one of Carew’s best performances of the season and they will now look forward to their quarter final.
They have another quarter final to look forward to this Saturday, February 11, as they travel to Goodwick United in the Senior Cup.
Hakin put five past West End
HAKIN United are also through after they beat West End 5-0. Nicky Woodrow scored the opener for the Vikings in the nineteenth minute and he double the lead shortly after.
Shane Walsh made it 3-0 on the half-hour mark and he scored again two minutes later to make it 4-0 to all but seal Hakin’s passage into the next round.
Woodrow completed his hat trick to make it 5-0 ten minutes into the second half and the visitors were able to see the game out comfortably.
Hakin are back in league action on Saturday, February 11, as they host St Clears.
Goodwick bow out
GOODWICK United were knocked out of the West Wales Cup on Saturday as they were beaten 1-0 by Carmarthenshire Premier Division side Pontlliw.
The only goal of the game came just a minute into the second half as Adam Scott put the home side ahead.
The Pembrokeshire side were disappointed with the result but they now turn their attentions to the Senior Cup as they host Carew in a quarter final tie this Saturday, February 11.
Elsewhere, Bryn Rovers earned a 4-2 win over CRC Olympic. Bryn were 2-1 behind at the break but second half goals from Dan McMahon, Nathan McNeil and Josh Jones sent them through.
Penlan are also through after they beat Ynystawe Athletic 3-1. Casey Coughlin put Ynystawe ahead in the first half but a 52nd minute penalty from Luke Edwards brought the home side level.
Edwards scored twice more to seal his hat trick and Penlan’s place in the quarter finals.
Swansea Senior League Division 1 side St Josephs went through on Saturday as they beat Plough Colts 3-0 on penalties. The tie had finished 2-2 after extra time.
Neath Town are also in the hat for the quarter-final draw after they beat Ragged School 2-1.
The School missed two first half penalties but went ahead seven minutes into the second half as Scott Harris atoned for his penalty miss.
However, two goals in five minutes from Ellis Harris turned the game around and they held on to book their place in the next round.
Evans and Williams are also through after they beat South Gower 4-0. Dylan Ashford scored twice and other goals came from Jake Daniel adn Bruno Forkuoh.