Pembrokeshire football fixtures for Saturday, September 21st (2pm):

Senior Cup:

Camrose 1-8 Merlins Bridge

12 months ago, this would have looked like a banana skin tie for Bridge.

But since then, Camrose have been relegated from Division 2 and lost players - including Simon Gilderdale and Matthew Price back to The Wizards. Their first two games in Division 3 have seen them lose twice and concede 15 times.

After losing at Hakin last week Simon Thomas and Gareth Williams will want their side to quickly get back some momentum. They should do so here.

Carew 4-1 Tenby

An interesting one.

Tenby seem to be continuing their road back to redemption by starting Division 4 with a 19-0 win over Solva 2nds and a 12-0 win over St Clears 2nds.

In the Mansbridge boys, amongst others, they have players still capable of playing in the top division but this will be a true reflection of where they are really at.

Carew have started their league season quietly but solidly, with two wins and two clean sheets so far.

Sam Christopher, part of the Tenby side that won the Senior Cup in the 2013/14 campaign, got off the mark last weekend by scoring twice in the win at Fishguard.

Being a derby and with nothing to lose I expect Tenby to have a real go - but The Rooks should still negotiate this with room to spare.

Clarbeston Road 7-1 Letterston

Division 3 team Letterston are another club with nothing to lose this weekend.

They actually beat Clarbie 2nds two weeks ago before losing 6-4 to Fishguard 2nds on Saturday. 

But a Richard Bevan hat trick kick started Clarbie's season as they beat Neyland on Saturday and the striker can expect more chances in front of goal here.

Again, I don't see any kind of upset happening.

Goodwick United 2-3 Hakin United

Here we go again.

I can't even be bothered to count back the number of times these two have met in the last four seasons, but fair to say they know each other well.

Goodwick have started with two wins although are yet to really hit top gear with playes still returning from injury, Steffan Williams one who may be involved for the first time this weekend.

Hakin also are on six points, and made a real statement with that 3-1 win over Bridge last week.

Again they will attack in waves especially if forwards Nicky Woodrow, Justin Harding, Adam John and Ashley Bevan all start - but Rhys Dalling appears to beack at full form and fitness for Goowick and along with Jordan Griffiths, the home side will carry plenty of threat too.

Trying to call this accurately is probably futile - but that Hakin win over Bridge slightly sways me there way. May take 120 minutes though, not 90.

Haverfordwest CC 2-5 Hundleton

Hundleton have started the season on fire in Division 2, hammering Broad Haven before winning at Merlins Bridge 2nds.

The signing of Billy Davis has inevitably had an impact, and while the Senior Cup won't be their priority they will want to continue their run here.

The Cricket Club have three points from two games so far in Division 3, with Lee Carruthers in good form with three goals already.

It's not an easy pitch or place to go to, but Hundleton should prevail.

Milford Athletic 1-3 Solva

This could be tight.

Division 3 side Athletic have made improvements over the summer and showed that by more than matching Division 2 team Herbrandston in the Joe Lennon Cup pre-season, beating them on penalties.

Hayden Dimond has been in goalscoring form for them in their two league wins so far while Solva have four points from two games in the second tier.

On paper it is a tricky tie for the visitors and they will have to work to get through it.

Pennar Robins 5-2 Pendine

This one isn't as simple as it looks for The Robins.

After a bad start in the league, being thumped by Monkton before that 4-2 defeat at Narberth on Saturday, Chris Lloyd will welcome any kind of win to get things going.

They should get it here although Pendine are a hard working unit, and have started Division 3 with wins over Carew 2nds and Pembroke Boro.

Player manager Justin Blewitt will have them organised but while I expect the visitors to put up resistance, Pennar should go through.

Division 1:

Neyland 2-2 Fishguard Sports

The Nomads seemed to strengthen in the summer but that is not yet reflected in results, hammered by both Hakin and Clarbie Road.

Jason Griffiths is yet to get off the mark and they need a result here or alarm bells will start ringing.

Fishguard meanwhile have beaten Saundersfoot, then pushed Carew hard before losing to two second half goals on Saturday. But they are still missing key men in Anthony Couzens and Patrick Hughes and Jordan raymond joined the injury list on Saturday.

Regardless, their form so far suggests they can take at least a point from the Athletic Ground.

Saundersfoot Sports 0-5 Monkton Swifts

On the basis of this last fortnight, I can only see this going one way.

Saundersfoot have lost 4-0 to both Fishguard and Goodwick while the Swifts have racked up 12 goals in beating Pennar and St Clears. Like last season, the goals are being shared around and Joe Lewis' side have started with the look of a team hell bent on retaining their title.

They currently have James Russell out with injury but the goals are still coming, and new keeper Stuart James has conceded just once in two games. 

They should go nine points from nine here.

St Clears 3-2 Narberth

St Clears have battled in their first two games, and losses to Goodwick and Monkton won't define their season. Games like this will though.

Narberth got their season up and running with that 4-2 win over Pennar Saturday, player manager Ryan Williams among the scorers.

Another difficult one to pick. But the Saints will get more possession that the first two game and pushed Goodwick all the way on this ground on the opening day . My hunch is they'll edge it.

Division 2:

Hakin United II v Kilgetty

Johnston v Herbrandston

Merlins Bridge II v Pennar Robins II

Milford United v Broad Haven

St Ishmaels v Lawrenny

Division 3:

Fishguard Sports II v Carew II

Monkton Swifts IIv Cosheston

Pembroke Boro v Goodwick United II

Division 4:

Broad Haven II v St Clears II

Narberth II v Haverfordwest CC II

Pennar Robins III v Neyland II

Solva II v St Ishmaels II

St Florence v Camrose II

Division 5:

Angle v Johnston II

Carew III v Newport Tigers

Herbrandston II v Pembroke Boro II

Kilgetty II v Hundleton II

Lawrenny II v Saundersfoot Sports II