AMMANFORD will head into their cup tie on Friday night fresh on the back of a victory after beating Caerau Ely 2-0 on the road.

Ammanford came out of the blocks quickest and in the first minute of the game created a couple of half chances when Borelli cut in from the right and set up Ammanford’s Craig Frater who couldn’t capitalise.

Three minutes later it was Borelli again who broke away and played in Craig Frater who volleyed the ball from 20 yards out and came so close to opening the scoring.

With 6 minutes of the first half and both teams trying hard to keep the momentum of the game going it was Ammanford’s Borelli who broke free into the Caerau penalty area but appeals for a foul and possible penalty were waved away.

With an hour gone, Ammanford made a change by substituting Craig Frater and bringing on the experienced Andy Robinson.

It seemed that neither side could make the breakthrough but with ten minutes of the game to play Ammanford were awarded a penalty.

Ammanford’s Andy Robinson stepped up and slotted the spot kick to give the visitors the lead 0-1.

Caerau tried to get themselves back into game but caught out by a quick Ammanford counter attack and Forkouh to beat the defence and set up a goal for team mate Gavin Jones who had a tap in from a yard out.

Captain Rhys Fisher said: “The conditions are the worst we have played in for a long time. The pitch didn’t allow any flowing football and no doubt it wasn’t great to watch.

"But ugly wins are the best wins and we kept going till the end and it was very pleasing to see one of us put a penalty in.

"We have started a little run now and couldn’t have timed it better going into Friday’s cup game.

"It’s been on everyone’s mind but at least now all focus can go on that game now so a good week training in preparation for Caernarfon is key.

"We will have the crowd behind us and I’m sure we will do them all proud.”