FAW Trophy Round Four:

Ynysddu Welfare v Goodwick United (1.30pm)

The Phoenix Boys are really building up a head of steam at the moment, and it is difficult not to mention Jordan Griffiths on a weekly basis - with four goals at Neyland last week taking the youngster's tally to 17 in Division One already this season.

But others around him are also performing, and Wayne O'Sullivan's side have already come through some difficult cup ties in this campaign. So they won't be a fazed by a difficult journey to Gwent County League Division Two team Ynysddu Welfare.

The home side are currently fourth in their own table with six wins from ten games, and will test the visitors to the full, but if Goodwick can maintain their recent standards I'd back them to go through again.

Score prediction: Ynysddu Welfare 1-3 Goodwick United

Caerphilly Athletic v Hakin United (2pm)

I did not expect The Vikings to run out such easy winners against Narberth last week, prevailing 5-1 with stand in skipper Ryan Wilson excelling alongside Justin Harding.

Indeed, Harding’s role is going to be crucial for Kristan Bennett’s side in the next few weeks with Nicky Woodrow out with injury, but he is a proven Division One goal-scorer and if the likes of Wilson, Adam John, and Ben Fawcett continue to create chances for him, he will get goals.

And Hakin will need plenty of forward threat tomorrow against South Wales Alliance Premier Division side Caerphilly.

The home side's league form has been erratic thus far, with three wins and three defeats, while Hakin have not lost in league or cup action since September 9th.

It will be tough, but they have every chance of maintaining that run tomorrow.

Score prediction: Caerphilly Athletic 2-3 Hakin United

Manderwood Pembrokeshire Football League Division One (2.30pm):

Angle v Pennar Robins

In terms of the table, it may seem strange to some to tip Pennar here.

But Chris Lloyd's team have built up momentum, with two hard fought league wins in two games against Clarbeston Road and Milford United.

Those results have lifted them out of the bottom two for the first time all season, while Angle meanwhile, have not registered a league point since September 5th.

A Liam Phillips penalty gave Pennar the points at Marble Hall last week, and I can see them edging another tight battle at Windmill Lane tomorrow.

Score prediction:​ Angle 1-2 Pennar Robins

Clarbeston Road v Carew

There would have been little to choose between these two sides a few weeks ago - but Clarbie have laboured somewhat of late.

League defeats to Pennar and West Dragons and been countered by Senior Cup wins over Division Two sides Fishguard and Hundleton, but they were made to work hard by both before securing wins late on.

Having said that, they are one game away from a second Senior Cup final appearance, and Jason Griffiths provided a timely reminder of his scoring prowess with a hat trick in that 3-2 win over Hundleton.

If at their best, they will cause Carew problems, despite The Rooks maintaining their good form lately in both league and cup.

Jack Christopher has joined brother Sam in scoring regularly, and the visitors will not to want to let up as they fight for trophies on three fronts.

However, despite their penalty shoot-out win over The Dragons, one concern for Rob Scourfield is his side gave up a 3-0 lead for the second time this season, having dropped league points from the same position against Merlins Bridge.

They will need to start closing out games better to still be challenging at the top end of the table come April.

Score prediction:​ Clarbeston Road 1-4 Carew

Lamphey v Milford United

I did not see Lamphey's heavy home loss to Monkton coming last week, and manager Alan Kitts will know the importance of tomorrow.

Win, and The Stags go 11 points clear of their opponents and put breathing space between themselves and the bottom two. Lose, and they are right in the mix.

Milford meanwhile, have improved as the season has gone on in terms of staying in games and keeping possession - but have lacked a clinical edge and are in the rut of not knowing how to win league games.

Adrian Hutchings has admitted his team need their first points soon - and he has a big job to lift his side after a narrow loss in their 'six pointer' with Pennar on Saturday.

But the reality is his side have to find a way to get something here, especially given the following fixture is Hakin away.

Score prediction:​ Lamphey 1-0 Milford United

Merlins Bridge v Herbrandston

The Wizards were clinical in beating Angle 7-0 in the Senior Cup at The Racecourse last Saturday, and I can't see their momentum being halted here.

With the exception of a crazy opening 45 minutes at Carew last month, the Bridge defence has been rock solid, and has given the platform for the likes of Laurie Haworth, Adam Hawkins and Nathan Greene to flourish up top.

Both Haworth and Greene had hat tricks last week, and Nathan Thomas' side will fancy themselves going forward tomorrow against a Herbie team that has a current goal difference of -26 from nine league games.

Oliver West has not been able to field a settled side, but was at least boosted by the return of striker Scott Reid last time out at Angle, whose brace sealed a 2-2 draw.

Herbie now lie second bottom on four points, but if they are to climb the table, their points are likely to come from more winnable fixtures than this.

Score prediction:​ Merlins Bridge 6-2 Herbrandston

Monkton Swifts v West Dragons

After being thumped 7-1 by Neyland, I predicted The Swifts to lose again last week before they hammered Lamphey 6-2.

It makes them pretty difficult to predict tomorrow, and with new signing Josh Dearsely grabbing a brace again The Stags, they will fancy their chances of another result.

Mentally, this will be a big test for The Dragons. That dramatic penalty shoot-out loss at Carew last weekend effectively ended any chances of winning silverware this season, and they will have to somehow get themselves up for a difficult trip to Monkton Lane.

Steve Allen and Lee Palmer could at least take solace from the way their side battled back from 3-0, and yet again, they showed so their quality going forward without getting the result they wanted.

You would like to think The Dragons will now focus on a strong league campaign, and if they perform as they can tomorrow, I'd back them to prevail.

But any sense of a hangover from last week, and The Swifts will capitalise.

Score prediction:​ Monkton Swifts 2-3 West Dragons

Narberth v Neyland

I expected The Bluebirds to cause Hakin problems last week, and they did so early on, but ended up soundly beaten 5-1.

Likewise, I thought The Nomads would make visitors Goodwick work far harder for the points than the 8-1 scoreline suggested.

So both are looking to bounce back tomorrow, and the home side will be boosted by the return of Luke Raymond, cup tied last week.

The Nomads meanwhile, are still searching for the consistency needed to turn then from a solid Division One side into one that challenges near the top of the table.

This game is actually second v third, and although that is misleading given teams below them have games in hand, both should see it as a great chance to push on.

Both sides can score goals and I expect this to be open and hotly contested.

Score prediction:​ Narberth 3-3 Neyland

Division Two (2.30pm):

Prendergast Villa v Solva

Second Division Cup Round One (2pm):

Fishguard Sports v Johnston

Hundleton v Merlins Bridge II

Lawrenny v Kilgetty

Llangwm v St Ishmaels

Saundersfoot Sports v Hakin United II

St Clears v Letterston

Division Three (2.30pm):

Camrose v Goodwick United II

Carew II v Manorbier United

Milford Athletic v Pendine

Milford United II v Clarbeston Road II

Pennar Robins II v Narberth II

St Florence v Pembroke Boro

West Dragons II v Broad Haven

Division Four (2.30pm):

Broad Haven II v Llangwm II

Herbrandston II v Fishguard Sports II

Neyland II v Lamphey II

Pennar Robins III v Angle II

Solva II v Kilgetty II

St Ishmaels II v St Clears II

Division Five (2.30pm):

Carew III v Cosheston

Johnston II v Saundersfoot Sports II

Letterston II v Hundleton II

Milford United III v Camrose II

Pembroke Boro II v Milford Athletic II