JD Cymru Premier: Flint Town United 0–2 Haverfordwest County

The impact off the bench of Jack Wilson again proved telling as Haverfordwest County notched their second league win of the season in Flint this afternoon.

The former Hakin winger put his side ahead with 12 minutes left, and then won the penalty from which Danny Williams doubled the lead to make it two away wins on the bounce for Wayne Jones’ side.

It was also a good debut for new keeper Matthew Turner, who kept a clean sheet after joining on loan with Leeds United in the week.

It was the hosts who fashioned two big chances in the first 15 minutes, as Callum Bratley fired wide from close range before Mark Cadwallader blazed over from three yards out.

A goalmouth scramble also saw Kurtis Rees clear off the line to keep the Bluebirds level, but they then threatened themselves when Marcus Griffiths was inches away from connecting with a Danny Williams cross.

Griffiths also had a 25 yard shot which forced a save out of home keeper Aaron Jones, but the sides went in goalless at the break.

The early stages of the second half were scrappy but the visitors soon upped the ante - and went close when Kurtis Rees headed across goal with Griffiths again close to getting the final touch.

Both keepers then excelled, firstly Jones as he did brilliantly to save a flicked header from Williams – and then Turner palmed a Rob Hughes’ drive around the post.

The game continued to open up in the closing stages, and it was Hughes again who missed a good chance for Flint at the back post before the Bluebirds struck.

And again, it was Wilson who provided the defining moment, tapping in from close range after Williams and sub Ben Fawcett had combined to tee him up.

Flint tried to respond but again Hughes was denied as Turner tipped his free kick over, before Wayne Jones’ side sealed the win with seven minutes left.

Wilson was brought down by Harry Lockley, and Danny Williams did the honours from 12 yards.

Ricky Watts had a chance to add a third late on but was denied by Jones – but it mattered little as Haverfordwest saw out the closing moments to seal a second win in three games.

Haverfordwest County: Matthew Turner, Ricky Watts, Cameron Keetch, Sean Pemberton (capt), Alaric Jones, Dan Summerfield (Jack Wilson 57), Cory Shephard, Kurtis Rees, Jack Britton, Jack Wilson, Marcus Griffiths (Ben Fawcett 73), Danny Williams (Scott Tancock 85). Subs not used: Steve Hall, Josh LeGrice, Nicky Palmer.