"But, it will not be easy as Newport are a strong side. However, this keeps the players interest going and we must put on every bit as good a performance as we did to beat Neath. We will go onto the tie with a great deal of confidence and it is certainly better to play them home than at Rodney Parade."
Andrew Vaughan John, chairman of Aberavon, was delighted, stating: "The bank manager will be happy about us being home. Newport probably the best supported Premier club, so we must hope that it will be a good turnout on Easter Saturday.
Konica Minolta Cup - Round 6 (Quarter-finals) - ties to be played on the weekend of March 26, 2005
BEDDAU (Div 1) v BRIDGEND (Premier)
ABERAVON (Premier) v NEWPORT (Premier)
LLANELLI (Premier) v CARMARTHEN QUINS (Premier)
BANWEN (Div 2 West) v PONTYPRIDD (Premier)
Aberavon have won 87 ties and lost 33.
Newport have twice been cup winners and have won 86 ties and lost 31.
Bridgend have twice been cup winners and have won 100 ties, having lost 31.
Pontypridd have twice been cup winners and have won 86 ties and lost 31.
Llanelli have won the cup 12 times, have won an astonishing 141 ties and lost only 21.
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