Nathaniel MG Cup quarter final: Cardiff Met University 6-0 Haverfordwest County

It was a night to forget for Haverfordwest County in the Nathaniel MG Cup as they were comprehensively beaten by Welsh Premier side Cardiff Met.

The students were ruthlessly efficient at Cyncoed, and Wayne Jones could have few complaints as his side failed to build on a promising start which saw Elliot Scotcher go close - home keeper Alex Lang tipping his free kick over the bar.

Sean Pemberton also headed just wide for the Blues but the visitors were hen rocked by conceding twice in quick succession.

On the 36 minute mark, some static defending allowed Adam Roscrow to latch onto a Will Evans flick, and he finished cooly.

Just three minutes later the same player doubled the lead, pouncing on an error from keeper Steve Hall to leave the home side in control.

Hall did prevent a third with a smart save from Chris Baker, and moments before the break Lee Trundle forced a good stop from Lang

But after a quiet opening to the second half, again the Welsh Premier League side struck twice in four minutes to end the contest.

After 56 minutes Sam Snaith scored the third with a half volley and the same player then teed up Eliot Evans to curl in number four.

With 11 minutes left Met sub Tim Parker headed in, and although Ben Fawcett and Trundle both went close to a consolation with long range efforts, it was Parker again who finished the scoring late on by tapping in Roscrow's low cross.

The Blues can bounce back this Saturday in another cup tie as they host Llantwit Major, a team they beat 2-0 on the opening day of the Division One season, in round three of the Nathaniel Car Sales League Cup.

Cardiff Met: Alex Lang, Dylan Rees, Kyle McCarthy, Brad Woolridge, Emlyn Lewis, Eliot Evans, Chris Baker, Adam Roscrow, Will Evans, Liam Black, Sam Snaith. Subs: Max Manson, Rhys Thomas, Rhydian Morgan, Matt Neale, Harry Owen, Tim Parker.

Haverfordwest County: Steve Hall, Ricky Watts, Leon Luby (Ashley Bevan, 60), Alaric Jones,  Sean Pemberton, Nicky Palmer, Elliot Scotcher, Tom Dyson, Danny Williams (Ben Fawcett, 75), Lee Trundle, Jack Wilson (Elliot Thomas, 60).