ALL roads lead to Berriew on Friday night as the village club stages the final of the Emrys Morgan Cup.

MMP Central Wales League North rivals Montgomery Town and Waterloo Rovers will battle it out for one of the top prizes in CWFA football.

Rovers stalwart Dave Proctor said the Welshpool club had nothing to lose.

“We are all looking forward to our first Emrys Morgan Cup final,” said Proctor. “It should be a good close game as the two teams I think are similar matched. 

“We have a couple of injury concerns which hopefully will clear up in time.

“Whatever happens I am very proud of everyone involved.”


Montgomery Town go into the final as favourites with a superior placing in the league having last made the Emrys Morgan Cup final more than a decade ago.

A club spokesman said: “We are excited to be in our first cup final in a few years.

“Montgomery last reached the Emrys Morgan final in 2010, losing 1-0 to Llandrindod. 

“The club has progressed this season and looking strong. We are without some key players through suspension and injury but are all eager to put on a good performance and are expecting a battle from in-form Waterloo.”