On a bitterly cold night the game ended at one a piece with two superb strikes for the goals. Lido had the first opportunity on 6 minutes when Sean Hanbury took a free kick from distance and forced keeper Cameron Clarke into a great save parrying the ball clear. It wasn’t long before Lido took the lead and what a goal it was from Chris Jones who picked up the ball from distance and fired a bullet into the bottom corner. On 25 minutes following a long throw in from the right Carlos Indjai hit the crossbar with an overhead kick. Lido continued to search for a second goal and on 33 minutes a Sean Hanbury cross found the head of Liam Griffiths but he couldn’t get the contact right and Clarke in goal collected. Approaching half time Cambrian pushed forward in search of the equaliser and Liam Reed cut inside and took a shot from distance but Aaron Jones clawed it comfortably away from danger
An early second half chance for Cambrian as Prosser met a deep free kick but again Aaron Jones got his body behind the ball to smother it. Cambrian eventually found an equaliser on 69 minutes as the Lido defence sat back and watched as Cameron Keetch picked up the ball on the edge of the box and fired home. Approaching the last ten minutes neither side was creating any opportunities of note. With 5 minutes to go Lido had a chance to win it following a defensive error. Ioan Evans was released clear on goal but his shot was well saved by Cameron Clarke. Liam Griffiths picked up the rebound and lined up a shot but was challenged in the process and went down. Referee Nemes waved away Lido appeals for a penalty and the game petered out with the sides sharing the spoils.