For the second time this season, a JD Cymru Premier clash between Haverfordwest and Cefn Druids has been scuppered due to Covid-19.

The Bluebirds were due to travel to Mid-Wales tomorrow for a 2.30pm kick off, but yesterday released the following statement.

"On 7th November, a first team player tested positive for Covid-19.

"As the squad trained within 48 hours prior to the positive test being returned, all players and coaching staff are now self-isolating at the request of Public Health Wales. As players and staff have had no contact since this date, the 14-day isolation period is due to conclude at midnight on Friday, November 20.

"Although we feel this request is not in line with FAW Return to Play protocols and general practice during this season so far, the safety of our players and coaching staff is paramount so feel we have no choice but to adhere to this advice, and as a result the match against Cefn Druids on Saturday 14th November will be postponed."

It means that Wayne Jones's side will next play at home to Flint Town United on November 21st.

On the opening day of the season, Cefn Druids were due to play at The Meadow but that game was also postponed after league officials ruled Druids had failed to fully adhere to the league's Safer Return to Play protocols.