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Dean Morris was the toast of his Lawrenny team mates after his brace of goals secured the Division Three Cup for his club.
Last Friday saw the doubles knockout take place at various venues in the town.
SAUNDERSFOOT 80 WHITLAND 75
Saundersfoot commenced their Carruthers (Welsh Cup) campaign last Saturday at the group stage with a home game against Whitland.
We’re still waiting for the warmer weather to arrive, the same as the rest of the population of the UK.
Narberth’s early season form continued on Saturday as they had the better of the game against Carew on the Lewis Lloyd ground.
What a pleasure it is to play golf when the sun shines, the breeze is light and the home team all have familiar faces.
What a really nice bunch of chaps the Milford Haven seniors are, it was really nice to see them arriving quite early on the morning of Tuesday, May 7, for our sixth home fixture of the 2013 season.
Tomorrow (Saturday), Whitland will play their last game in the Swalec Championship for at least one season, when the Borderers will be home to another relegated club, Glamorgan Wanderers, in a basement battle.
Whitland 40 pts.
PEMBROKE DOCK QUINS 23 pts
NEW DOCK STARS 25
The Quins put in one of their better displays of the season before going down to a penalty with the last kick of the match on Tuesday night.
PEMBROKE DOCK QUINS 51 pts.
EGA - Elements Gymnastics Academy - was first established in November last year and is based in Pembroke.
Lawrenny condemned Cresselly to their second defeat of the season after securing a six-wicket away win against their neighbours.
Boccia teams from across the county took part in the 2013 adult boccia competition last week.
With Saundersfoot already safe from relegation there was a totally different atmosphere as they prepared to play Pendine last Thursday evening.
Tenby may have lost 4-0 to Johnston on Monday evening, but they secured a mid-table position after beating Merlins Bridge 2-1 at home on Saturday.
Narberth 28 pts
Ebbw Vale 45
A last minute try, the fourth of the afternoon scored by the Otters, enabled the Narberth team to secure sixth position in the Swalec Championship table, by picking up a vital bonus point, despite losing to the champions Ebbw Vale, who had the advantage with a 6-4 try count.
What’s your opinion on St. Catherine’s Island? Would you have prefered it left as a picturesque ruin or utilised to cater for holidaymakers? NB the island is privately owned and this poll is purely out of interest