Senior Cup Preliminary Round (2pm):

Cosheston v Pembroke Boro

Senior Cup Round One (2pm):

Camrose v Hakin United

Hakin's failure to take their chances in their loss to West Dragons last Saturday cost them their 100% winning start, and tomorrow's cup tie won't be the simple task it may have appeared a few weeks ago.

The Vikings obviously start clear favourites, but expect Kristan Bennett's men to take the game very seriously as they seek to recapture a trophy they have not won since the 2011/12 season.

But Camrose have a new lease of life, with new signings Simon Gilderdale, Matthew Price, and Jordan Raymond - and it is the latter's four goals in two games they has helped them to nine points from nine thus far in Division Three.

Whether the home side can contain Nicky Woodrow, Justin Harding and co is debatable, but at the other end, they have do have the potential to cause Hakin a problem or two.

Carew v Milford Athletic

Carew's winning start was ended by Neyland last Saturday, but I don't envisage them having many problems here against an Athletic side with just one point from their first three games in Division Three.

Athletic go in with nothing to lose, but this should be a routine win for The Rooks.

Goodwick United v West Dragons

Arguably the clash of the day, with one of main threats in the competition destined to go out.

The Phoenix Boys have remained unbeaten without hitting top gear, and will have a pyschological boost going in having won 2-1 away to The Dragons already in the league.

That night they were inspired by a brace from Jordan Griffiths, and the youngster, with five goals from his four games so far, has been his side's stand out perfromer thus far.

Before last weekend, Wayne O'Sullivan's men were clear favourites, but The Dragons responded to early season home losses to Goodwick and Bridge in the perfect manner last Saturday - toppling champions Hakin 2-1.

That win should renew the confidence of Steve Allen, Jamie Palmer and their side, and if keeper Ben Henton and the back four can show the same resilience against The Vikings tomorrow, they will have a real chance with their frontline always capable of damage.

It could be an enthralling tie.

Merlins Bridge v Lamphey

The Wizards have recruited well this summer - and have been further boosted this week with the news Richard Hughes, from Pennar, is set to sign.

He isn't available to slot straight in tomorrow, as the Senior Cup holders begin their defence at home to Lamphey.

Nathan Thomas and his side, unbeaten in four league games, will fancy their chances on The Racecourse, but were guilty of some wasteful finishing last week despite prevailing 1-0 over Pennar through a Nathan Greene goal.

And they will have to be more clinical tomorrow against a Lamphey side better than their early results suggest.

The Stags were far more competitive than then 4-1 scoreline at Hakin suggested, and gave Goodwick a real test last Saturday before losing 3-2.

With the likes of Dano Kitts sure to try and take the game to the hosts, expect a combative opening.

Manderwoood Pembrokeshire League Division One (all league games 2.30pm):

Angle v Neyland

Angle's great start was ended abruptly by Narberth last Saturday, where as Neyland won well at home to Carew.

Both teams have nine points from 12, so this one appears a 50/50 clash, although one of the key factors could be the display of Geraint Rees for The Nomads.

The youngster have five goals already in the league thus far, so it is critical for the home side that they keep him quiet.

Herbrandston v Monkton Swifts

Herbie won't be panicked by their start, with just a solitary win to their name, but they will already be pointing to these kind of games to get points.

Oliver West's men failed to take advantage of Clarbie going down to ten man last week, and the manager will need the likes of Ali Ouzman and Scott Reid to fire for him tomorrow if they are to respond positively.

For Monkton, it has been a mixed start, with thumping wins over Pennar and Milford tempered by losses to Angle and Carew.

They are yet to meet any of the assumed title favourites, and like Herbie, will know the importance of getting points on the board in clashes like this.

Milford United v Clarbeston Road

It has been a dire start for The Robins, with four losses from four telling its own story.

They have already developed a knack of conceding goals on the brink of half time, which cost them dear in recent losses to Herbie and Monkton.

They have been missing key defender William Goodall, and will want him back tomorrow against a Clarbie team that has bounced back from a tough start to win two games on the trot.

Key midfielders Raff Barnett and Mike Turpin are back after missing the start if the campaign, and they now look much more like the unit than won promotion and reached the Senior Cup final last season.

Clarbie probably start favourites, while The Robins desperately need to dig deep and get their season going.

Pennar Robins v Narberth

Another side on zero points is Pennar - while Narberth got off the mark by beating Angle 4-1 in midweek.

Therefore, this clash already looks crucial, and the home side will take heart from a battling display against Merlins Bridge last Saturday as they went down 1-0.

However, their best player that day, Richard Hughes, has reportedly signed for The Wizards this week, and it is Narberth who go in with momentum as goals from Dylan Davies, Ben John, Callum O' Connor, and Ashley Williams helped them hammer Angle 4-1 last weekend.

That result would have boosted their confidence, after a difficult start following their late 're-inclusion' to Division One this summer.

Division Two:

Fishguard Sports v Lawrenny

Hakin United II v St Clears

Johnston v Hundleton

Llangwm v Kilgetty

Saundersfoot Sports v Prendergast Villa

Solva v Merlins Bridge II

St Ishmaels v Letterston

Division Three:

Broad Haven v Carew II

Clarbeston Road II v Manorbier United

Narberth II v Pennar Robins II

Pendine v Goodwick United II

West Dragons II v St Florence

Division Four:

Kilgetty II v Angle II

Lamphey II v St Ishmaels II

Monkton Swifts II v Solva II

Neyland II v Fishguard Sports II

Pennar Robins III v Herbrandston II

St Clears II v Llangwm II

Division Five:

Hundleton II v Carew III

Lawrenny II v Pembroke Boro II

Letterston II v Saundersfoot Sports II

Milford Athletic II v Camrose II

Milford United III v Johnston II