Pembrokeshire football fixtures for Saturday, January 25:

Senior Cup Third Round (1:45pm):

Fishguard Sports 1-3 Goodwick United

Fishguard v Goodwick. Take four.

There were things both sides would have learnt in the 37 minutes last week. Jordan Griffiths and Rhys Dalling got in behind the Fishguard defence frequently and crosses into the box caused the home side problems. They have to shore up on both fronts Saturday.

The Sports, when they did the break, were also guilty of not moving the ball quick enough. The heavy pitch didn't help matters but twice promising attacks were thwarted by Chris O'Sullivan and then Matty Delaney tracking back and mopping things up.

They did show glimpses of threat at the set piece and the free kicks of Niall Kinsella and throw-ins of Billy Moore looked their most likely route to a goal but they have to shut Goodwick down quicker this time around. 

Fishguard can be buoyed though. They were 1-0 down last week and now have the chance to start from scratch.

It's been a dry week, and injuries to officials aside, this tie should be completed. And I'm not altering my original tip.

Division 1:

Clarbeston Road 7-1 Saundersfoot Sports

Let's just say these two meet on the back of contrasting weeks.

Clarby enjoyed a solid 3-0 win at Pennar, Keegan Summers scoring twice, while Saundersfoot went down 21-1 at Hakin. They did have a host of players missing but it was still a damaging day and it's hard to see them picking up any points imminently.

I'll put faith in the notion they will have some players back for this trip and will be keen to restore pride and avoid double figures. And I'll back Paul Hodge to score his customary free kick too.

But Clarby will expect three points.

Hakin United 5-1 Pennar Robins

I said Hakin would win last week, I just sold them a little short on goals.

15 short to be precise.

But that result could be crucial as their goal difference is now far superior to teams around them. And for Justin Harding, Nicky Woodrow, Ashley Bevan, Shane Walsh to all be scoring so freely spells danger for Pennar at The Obs.

Pennar have improved of late but had a lapse on Saturday and were 3-0 down in 30 minutes. Chris Lloyd will know if they start that sloppily this Saturday it will be curtains.

The Vikings won't hit 21 again, but I think they'll win.

Merlins Bridge 3-4 Monkton Swifts

The Wizards have been involved in some ding dong affairs of late. Goodwick (twice), Clarby Road, and Hundleton have all been incident packed at both ends.

Monkton, bar their blip at Hakin over Christmas, have been ruthless and hat tricks for Ben Steele and Chris Richards helped them to an 11-0 cup win over St Clears on Saturday. They will obviously be tested signifcantly more here though.

The Swifts hammered Bridge twice in the league last season, Bridge hammered them twice in the cup. The pre-season Jubilee Cup and Eddie Merry clashes both went to penalties. So it goes without saying this is hard to predict.

Bridge have got themselves out of some sticky situations of late but they won't want to leave themselves having to fight back late on against the champions.

Both sides can score goals and carry momentum coming into this. The first goal proved pivotal in every clash between the pair last season and I suspect the same will apply to Saturday.

Narberth 1-3 Carew

These two meet for the third time in league and cup this season and it stands at 1-1.

But Narberth have gone off the boil since then while Carew have come into form, and struck 12 past Johnston in the Senior Cup on Saturday. Six of those went to the in-form Scott Ferney and with the Bluebirds having conceded 17 goals in their last two league games, they'll need to shore up to handle The Rooks going forward.

Ryan Williams' side did raise their game in the reverse fixture to win 3-1 at Carew in October, but the latter then beat them at Jesse Road in the Senior Cup and start favourites to do so again here.

St Clears 1-4 Neyland

St Clears are struggling, their last league game a 10-1 loss in Fishguard before also conceding double figures against Monkton in the Senior Cup last week.

The Nomads didn't play on Saturday but finally go a long awaited league win with that 5-1 success against Saundersfoot, Jason Griffiths hitting a hat trick.

They will go the Saints with their tails up and will see this as a chance to pull seven point clear of the bottom two. On recent form they should take it.

Division 2 (2pm):        
Broad Haven v Herbrandston
Hundleton v Milford United
Johnston v Solva
Kilgetty v Hakin United II
Pennar Robins II v Lawrenny
St Ishmaels v Merlins Bridge II

Third Division Cup Second Round (1:45pm):
Monkton Swifts II v Cosheston AFC
Pembroke Boro v Clarbeston Road II
Pendine v Carew II

Division 3 (2pm):       
Goodwick United II v Camrose
Haverfordwest CC v Fishguard Sports II
Letterston v Milford Athletic

Fourth Division Cup Second Round (1:45pm):
Pennar Robins III v Haverfordwest CC II

Division 4 (2pm):        
Camrose II v Milford United II
Neyland II v St Ishmaels II
Solva II v Narberth II
St Florence v St Clears II
Tenby v Broad Haven II

Fifth Division Cup First Round (1:45pm):
Carew III v Kilgetty II

Division 5:  
Herbrandston II v Johnston II
Lawrenny II v Pembroke Boro II
Milford Athletic II v Newport Tigers
Saundersfoot Sports II v Angle