Three second half goals secure festive victory on the road

Danny Williams bagged the opener 

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Danny Williams scored from an acute angle
Skipper Sean Pemberton looped a header into the net
Ben Fawcett drilled home the third

 

Briton Ferry Llansawel 0 – Haverfordwest County 3
 

Sean PembertonHaverfordwest County celebrated Christmas early with a comfortable three-goal gift-wrapped victory at Briton Ferry Llansawel.

After a goalless first period, the Bluebirds came out firing on all cylinders to clinch the points with three unanswered second-half goals from Danny Williams, Sean Pemberton and Ben Fawcett.

Early injuries

Wayne Jones’ men struggled in the first period and matters were made worse on the 25-minute mark as Fawcett replaced Kaid Mohamed and Leon Luby came on for defender Alaric Jones. Both picking up injuries which unsettled the visitors for the first period.

A minute after the interval and the visitors finally broke the deadlock, Danny Williams struck from an acute angle.

Looping header

In the 58th minute the visitors added a well taken second goal, Elliot Scotcher’s delightfully flighted free-kick was met by skipper Pemberton, who looped a header over the Briton Ferry Llansawel keeper.

 Ben Fawcett Super sub Ben strikes

In the 80th minute the Bluebirds put the game beyond doubt as they added their third of the afternoon.

Lee Trundle unselfishly squared the ball inside the box to Fawcett, and the substitute buried his low shot from close range to wrap up the points for the festive Bluebirds.

Next Friday, December 28th, Wayne Jones’ Bluebirds travel to Ton Pentre and will be striving to pick up another win on the road.

We played really well in the second half and finished strongly," Wayne Jones told PembrokeshireSport.co.uk shortly after the final whistle.

"I've just checked the table and we've moved up to second. I'm delighted we scored three goals and kept another clean sheet."

Haverfordwest County: Steve Hall; Ricky Watts; Tim Hicks; Sean Pemberton; Alaric Jones; Elliot Thomas; Elliot Scotcher; Kaid Mohamed; Lee Trundle; Danny Williams; Ashley Bevans. Substitutes: Jack Wilson; Mark Davies; Ben Fawcett; Tom Dyson; Leon Luby.