West Wales Cup Round 3: Pengelli United 1-2 Neyland 

It was a tremendous effort from Neyland in Pengelli as The Nomads went into the last 16 of the West Wales Cup.

The Nomads led 2-0 at Pengelli United half time through goals from Wayne Parry and Jason Griffiths, and although they conceded in the second half they held on for an excellent win.

The opening stages were tight but then on the 25 minute mark veteran midfielder Wayne Parry broke the deadlock as he headed home from a Mike Chandler corner.

Ten minutes after and Jason Griffiths doubled the lead in style - picking the ball up just inside the Pengelli half and skipping past a number of tackles, and then going round the keeper before tapping in.

In the second half the visitors found themselves under a lot of pressure but several good saves from young keeper Jake Payne kept the lead intact, although Jamie Evans did score for Pengelli to set up a tense finale.

But with their backs to the wall, Neyland held out to become one of three Pembrokeshire sides in the hat for the fourth round.

“We are all proud of the character the boys showed,” said Neyland’s Sean Hannon.

“We rode our luck at times but a moment of brilliance by Jason for our second goal proved the difference. We kept our shape well and proved difficult to breakdown on a large pitch.

“It’s pleasing especially after the heavy loss last week, coupled with an away trip and a few boys missing. The squad contained eight players aged 19 or lower.”

Neyland: Jake Payne, Will Hughes, Andrew Kemp, Sean Hannon, Joel Williams, Wayne Parry, Mike Chandler, Max Bowman-Davies, Patrick Bellerby, Joe Campodonic, Jason Griffiths. Subs: Will Clewes, Dylan Rowland, Aaron Jones.