Fans dreaming of more cup glory as Magpies have home advantage
CARDIGAN Town of Costcutter League Division Two go in search of further glory on Saturday when the Magpies hope to reach the last eight of the Central Wales Cup for the first time in their history.
Town caused an upset in the previous round when disposing of Llanfyllin Town.
Although it was a tremendous effort in knocking out the Spar Mid Wales League division two basement boys, it is likely to be a different ball game this time around against division one high-flyers Builth Wells at King George V Playing Field.
Plying their trade three leagues above their opponents, Builth are currently third and in good form.
Town will have to keep close tabs on dangerous raiders Kevin Lewis and Jonny Samuel, while Neil Davies and Sam Williams like to get forward and join in attacks.
In the Llanfyllin tie Town came from a goal down to spring a great 4-1 win, with teenage striker John Lumb the star of the show with a brilliant hat-trick.
He is sure to give the visitors something to think about and with the Magpies at home, fans are dreaming of their favourites taking another big scalp.
Reigning division one champions New Quay face an away second-round tie against Spar Mid Wales League division two outfit Machynlleth who are currently one off the bottom.
If the Seasiders can pull off a victory at Cae Glas, they will again be on their travels for a clash with another Spar Mid Wales League outfit in Bow Street.
Aberaeron of Spar Mid Wales League division two have home advantage over Tregaron Turfs who withdrew from the same league and are currently on top of the Cambrian Tyres League.
Central Wales Cup (round three): Aberaeron v Tregaron; Bow Street v Machynlleth/New Quay; Caersws v Dolgellau; Cardigan Town v Builth Wells; Four Crosses v Hay St. Mary; Guilsfield v Berriew; Llandrindod Wells v Montgomery Town; Llanfair Utd v Knighton Town; Llanidloes Town v Penrhyncoch; Llanrhaeadr v Dyffryn Banw; Presteigne v Aberystwyth University; Rhayader Town v Kerry; Talgarth Town v Llansantffraid; Tywyn Bryncrug v Rhosgoch; Waterloo Rovers v Newbridge.