A police investigation has been launched into "a number of alleged incidents" at a FAW Trophy Cup semi-final held in Newtown.

During the fixture between Cefn Mawr-based Cefn Albion and Cardiff's STM Sports at Latham Park, two players from the South Wales-based side said they were racially abused by the opponents' fans.

The Football Association of Wales (FAW) and Dyfed-Powys Police say they are currently investigating what happened during the match held on Saturday, March 16.

A FAW spokeswoman said that the FAW Trophy Final between Pontardawe Town and Cefn Albion will go ahead as planned in Aberystwyth on Saturday, April 13.

Aberystwyth Town FC said it is cooperating with the police and Wales' football governing body to ensure that the FAW Trophy Cup Final is appropriately policed and stewarded.

A spokesperson for the club said: "We remind all those attending that any incidences of abuse will result in immediate ejection from the ground. Any such incidences will also be reported to the appropriate Authorities for investigation and if necessary pursued through disciplinary or legal due process."

Members from a West Wales-based anti-racism network say they will hold a protest at Park Avenue on Saturday.

Bethan Harries, originally from Newtown, said the alleged incidents at the semi-final in Newtown has raised concerns about how the FAW and people in Wales should respond to racism.

"A number of us feel particularly worried about racism within Welsh football and in our communities more broadly," she said. "With the kind support of Aber Town FC we have been able to organise a demonstration against racism at Saturday's match."