After the off-field worries of recent weeks, it seems that Haverfordwest County are beginning to build towards a brighter future.

Several new committee members from the local business community have been installed and financial plans set in place to match the Bluebirds' performances on the field.

Player/manager Deryn Brace is delighted with the six-match unbeaten run which has seen his relatively young side rocket into fifth place in the Premier League table and a number of events are being planned to help raise funds, starting with the club's postponed dinner at the New Pavilion, Withybush Aerodrome, Haverfordwest, where Welsh team manager John Toshack is the guest of honour.

'Tosh' will answer questions from the audience and several pieces of sporting memorabilia like signed international shirts will be up for auction. It takes place on May 12th, the eve of the FA Cup Final, and although tickets have been going like hot cakes there are still a limited number available which can be obtained from the Bluebirds Office on 01437 769048.

New chairman Rob Summons told Telegraph Sport that he was delighted by the hard work undertaken by so many people who have Haverfordwest County at heart and hoped that people would flock to the Bridge Meadow Stadium for the next home match, against Newton, on Saturday, March 4th, at 2.30pm, followed by away matches against table-toppers TNS and Caernarvon.

He also issued an open invitation to anyone else, like football lovers who live elsewhere in the county, or even further afield, who feel that they could help the Bluebirds to contact him, David Hughes or Ronnie Beynon at the clubhouse on 01437 769048.