Swansea City MBi Llandudno FAW Youth Cup

12th February 2016

Swansea City Under-19s side face Llandudno in the quarter-final of the FAW Youth Cup at Landore training ground on Sunday (11am).
The defending champions have beaten Llanidloes Town and Cardiff City in the previous rounds of the competition this season.
The Swans lifted the trophy for a sixth successive year last April after beating the Bluebirds 3-1 at Cardiff City Stadium.
Despite beating last years' finalists in the last round, defender Aaron Lewis insists the players are not taking anything for granted.
"There are no easy games in the Welsh Cup," he said. "We need to take every game as it comes.
"Just because we beat Cardiff in the last round does not mean we have made it to the final.
"We still have a lot of work to do and there are some good teams left in the competition, so we need to put everything into Sunday's game.
"To lift the trophy and play at Cardiff City Stadium last season was a great experience but we want more of the same this year."

The Under-19s look to include a number of first-year pros in their team for Sunday's match with Tom Holland, Kyle Copp and Owain Jones all set to feature.
"I am looking forward to the game," added Lewis. "A few of the first year pros from the Under-21s look like they will be part of the team. Extra players means everyone is fighting for their place to be in the team.
"It would be a great achievement to lift this trophy once again. We have a proud tradition in this competition and we don't that run to end."

SWANS U19s SQUAD (from): Lewis Thomas, Ross Treacy, Sean Hanbury, Connor Quigley, Ben Morgan, Joe Rodon, Keston Davies, Brandon Cooper, Aaron Lewis, Tom Dyson, Jordan Jones, Daniel James, Adnan Maric, Tom Holland, Jack Evans, Marco Dulca, Dan Jefferies, Causso Darame, Liam Cullen, Liam Edwards, Brandon Griffiths, Keiran Evans, Mael Davies, Jack Watts, Kyle Copp, Owain Jones