With what looked like a tough draw against a side from a division higher and players missing fromTuesday nights team it looked like the FAW Trophy Round Two match with Marshfield would be a tricky proposition. As it turned out, the Wasps put in one if the clubs finest performances in recent years, and could, maybe should have won by an even bigger margin.

Captain Marc Taylor opened the scoring with his first of the season, stealing in unmarked to head home after a quick free kick. While the visitors were restricted to half chances a number of good opening came and went for the hosts, and it looked they could be regretted as Marshfield grabbed an equaliser on the stroke of half time. The second half began in much the same way as the first, Clydach making the most of the play and were rewarded when Matthew Edward turned and volleyed home. Jace Williams added a third before Edward got his second, breaking from half way and beating the keeper. Marshfield pulled a goal back with an excellent free kick that gave David Pearce in goal no chance, before Edward got his hat-trick from the spot to complete the scoring. That's now six goals in two Welsh Trophy games for him this season. 

An outstanding performance and a great result that puts us into the draw on Monday.