Haverfordwest County return to cup action tomorrow as we welcome Ammanford to the Ogi Bridge Meadow in the third round of the JD Welsh Cup.
The Bluebirds come into the game fresh from last Saturday’s 5-0 victory over Colwyn Bay in the JD Cymru Premier, with Martell Taylor-Crossdale netting his first senior hat-trick as Rio Dyer and Dan John opened their senior accounts for the Town.
Due to a couple of postponements, Ammanford have not taken to the field since October 21, when they drew 0-0 away at Llantwit Major. Gruff Harrison’s side currently sit fifth in the JD Cymru South, with six wins, two draws and two losses from their 10 league outings to date.
You have to go back to February 21, 2020 for the most recent competitive meeting between the sides. On that occasion, the Bluebirds ran out 2-0 winners thanks to goals from Tim Hicks and Jack Wilson.
Ammanford – At a glance
Founded – 1992
Ground – Ammanford Recreation Ground
Manager – Gruff Harrison
Captain – Luke Harris
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Referee: Ryan Kenny
Assistants: Connor Thomas and Steffan Davies
How to follow
If you’re not able to make it to the Ogi Bridge Meadow for the game, you can still keep up with the action by following live, play-by-play updates on our X (formerly Twitter) page.
JD Welsh Cup third round fixtures
Kick-off times are 14:00 unless stated
Friday November 10
Connah’s Quay Nomads vs. Prestatyn Town (19:45)
Llanelli Town vs. Penybont (19:45)
Saturday November 11
Flint Mountain vs. Canton
The New Saints vs. Trethomas Bluebirds
Porthmadog vs. Cardiff Airport
Cardiff Metropolitan vs. Mold Alexandra
Haverfordwest County vs. Ammanford
Caerau Ely vs. Gresford Athletic
Airbus UK Broughton vs. Briton Ferry Llansawel
Newtown vs. Colwyn Bay
Bangor 1876 vs. Flint Town United
South Gower vs. Chepstow Town
Llanuwchllyn vs. Buckley Town
Barry Town United vs. Guilsfield
Carmarthen Town vs. Abertillery Bluebirds
Aberystwyth Town vs. Bala Town (14:30)