It was a late winner through in-form man Alhagi Touray Sisay which sent Haverfordwest County through to the last 16 of the JD Welsh Cup.

Following on from his two goals against Flint Town United, Sisay's strike was the much-needed one as it sealed the 2-1 away win against Airbus UK Broughton.

However, it was the home side who went in front through their own in-form man Adam Davies, as he poked the ball in the back of the net from close range.

The Bluebirds needed some magic, and they got it three minutes into first-half stoppage time through Kieran Lewis.

Over 25 yards from goal, the ball found its way to Lewis' feet as he struck with his right foot into the top left corner of the goal. A sprawled out Lewis Dutton stood no chance at saving the strike.

And as the Bluebirds scored late in the first half, they repeated the feat in the second through Sisay, as the Spaniard made himself big against Dutton as he tried to clear the ball.

Sisay stood in his way on the edge of the area, causing Dutton to fumble, and Sisay simply moved around and slotted the ball into the back of the empty net.

The Bluebirds await their opponents in the last 16 of the JD Welsh Cup, which will be revealed tonight (Monday, September 27) in the cup draw.

Their next match is a return to league action and to the Ogi Bridge Meadow Stadium as Connah's Quay Nomads visit Pembrokeshire on Saturday, October 2.