Fourth Division Cup Final - Pendine v Milford United 2nds on Wednesday, April 10th, 7pm kick off at the Bridge Meadow:

The last divisional cup final of the Pembrokeshire League season takes place tonight when Division Four champions Cosheston go for the double against Hundleton 2nds.

Both these teams were only promoted from Division Five last year, and on Saturday Cosheston sealed a second straight league title after a tense 2-1 in at Broad Haven 2nds.

Hundleton meanwhile have had an up and down season, but have survived relegation after finishing with a 4-2 win at Kilgetty 2nds.

Cosheston have won the two meetings between the pair 7-0 and 3-0 in this campaign, the latter clash coming recently on April 2nd, so in the eyes of many will be favourites tonight.

That will suit Hundleton fine. They go in with little pressure or expectation on them and will be well aware these finals often don't go to script.

The history:

Pendine are looking to banish some bad memories of this occasion tonight.

They have appeared in this final three times, losing all of all of them, with their most recent appearance in 1997/98 when they lost to Hundleton 2-1.

Since then though, they have registered a Second Division Cup win, beating Johnston 1-0 in 2002/03.

For The Robins reserves, this is new territory. Their only two previous final appearances were in the Fourth Division version, beating St Florence 3-2 in 2011/12 and losing to Carew 2nds 2-0 in 2013/14.

Routes to the final:

Round One: 

Pennar Robins 2nds 1-1 Pendine (Paul Langdon)  - Pendine won 4-2 on penalties.

Milford United BYE.

Quarter finals:

Narberth 2nds 1-4 Pendine (Callum Sydall 3, Nathan Davies).

Milford United 2nds 3-0 St Clears 2nds (Peter Tansey-Davies, Michael, McCarthy, Dan McAllen).

Semi finals:

Carew 2nds 1-2 Pendine (Connor Bowen, Damien Lewis).

Monkton Swifts 2nds 1-2 Milford United 2nds (Liam Davies, Michael McCarthy).

View from both camps:

Justin Blewitt (Pendine player manager): "We have a few league games to go but our season rides on this final really.

"I think there are only two of us still left from the last final the club played in so it will be a really good experience for our younger players especially.

"It will be a tough game. I think before the semi finals most people picked a Carew v Monkton final so both sides have done well to get here.

"We have a bus booked and hopefully we can have a good night, a few beers afterwards and most importantly bring the trophy home."

Gerrard Grey (Milford 2nds manager): "After what can be described as an indifferent season, we've finally got what we deserved, a trip to the Bridge Meadow.

"After a huge win against cup favourites Monkton in the semi final, where to a man we were outstanding, we now need to take that performance into the final against a very good Pendine side.

"When we have the 11 we want we are a force to be reckoned with. It will be a great night for the supporters and players and hopefully we bring the cup back to 'The Nest'."