It’s time to vote for your Haverfordwest County Goal of the Month for April!
In total, we found the net nine times last month, as we ended the regular season in fine fashion to secure top spot in the JD Cymru Premier Playoff Conference.
This excellent run of form helped us to qualify for the European play-offs for the first time in the club’s history, as we prepare for a trip to the capital to take on Cardiff Metropolitan in the semi-final this Saturday.
Corey Shephard vs. Flint Town United
Having taken the captain’s armband for the Town’s visit to Flint, the midfielder led by example as he gave the Bluebirds the lead after only five minutes.
With the Silkmen failing to clear their lines, Shephard collected the ball just outside the area before shooting past Harry Allen into the left corner to give County a dream start.
Jordan Davies vs. Flint Town United
The striker ended the regular season with 14 goals, and he opened his account for the month with a fine solo effort to double the Bluebirds’ advantage in the 2-0 victory at the Essity Stadium.
Having received a long pass upfield from Oscar Borg, he took the ball under his spell before creating space to shoot from the right edge of the area, with his precise effort finding the left-hand corner of the net.
Jack Leahy vs. Aberystwyth Town
In front of the live Sgorio cameras, the Bluebirds had fallen behind to a Sam Litchfield goal late in the first half, however nine minutes after the restart they were level when the on-loan Cardiff City midfielder finished off a lovely move.
Harri John, who had impressed off the bench, picked out striker Dan Hawkins who executed a clever dinked pass over the top of the Seasiders defence to play Leahy in, and he made no mistake by lifting the ball over the onrushing Matthew Turner to make it 1-1.
Jordan Davies vs. Airbus UK Broughton
With his 14th and final goal of the regular season, Davies finished off a devastating Bluebirds counter-attack when he latched on to an exquisite through ball from Harri John, before rolling the ball under Lewis Dutton and into the net to make it 2-1, with Tony Pennock’s men going on to win the game 4-1.