In the heart of Manorbier village, you'll find the Manorbier Castle Inn, where locals gather, enjoying pints and cheering on their team, Manorbier United AFC, with the same passion they'd show in a stadium!
This is more than just a sponsorship story; it's about the revival of a local football team and the community's unwavering support.
Manorbier AFC, once a powerhouse in the league, went through a challenging period, struggling to field a full team for some years before temporarily folding. But things took a positive turn when the local community came together to fund a new community complex.
This effort laid the foundation for the football club's resurgence, powered by the dedication and hard work of the community.
Today, Manorbier United AFC serves as a bridge between the past and the present. Old stories and anecdotes bring smiles to faces, uniting generations over shared memories.
The Manorbier Castle Inn has played a significant role in supporting the club, and notably Paul Maytum, possibly the league's oldest player, a big part of this journey.
With modern facilities and a welcoming atmosphere, Manorbier United AFC is ready to nurture the talents of the local youth.
A dedicated committee and a fresh-faced manager, Mark Lester, lead the way. The squad is brimming with talent, and Manorbier United AFC is poised for a strong season.
As this new era begins, Amber and the entire Manorbier Castle Inn Team raise their glasses, clink, clink, and extend warm wishes to
Manorbier United AFC! Here's to a season filled with goals, glory, and football excitement that keeps everyone coming back for more. Manorbier United AFC, it's a story of resilience, and you're invited to be part of it!
Manorbier didn’t have a game on Saturday, but the previous week they played out a thrilling 6-6 draw at home to Johnston Seconds.
This weekend in the Pembrokeshire Manderwoood League, leaders Goodwick United dismantled Fishguard Sports 7-0; whilst Hakin in second spot earned a 0-2 win away at Milford United.
Tenby took a point at home to Monkton Swifts as goals from Dan Storer, Adam Muskett and Spencer Williams helped the Seasiders to a 3-3 draw.
Two goals from Lloyd Hughes and a strike from Callum Proctor ensured that Kilgetty left Merlins Bridge with three points in a 2-3 win; whilst Pennar Robin and Carew played out a 2-2 draw.
In Division 2, and Narberth came away from leaders Monkton Swifts Seconds with an impressive 0-1 win thanks to a strike from Morgan Preece, to see them go level on points in the league.
Tenby Seconds stay top in Division 4 after thrashing Fishguard Sports Seconds 0-6 with Kurt Sarrionandia bagging a hat-trick whilst New Hedges/Saundersfoot kept up the pressure in second with a 1-0 home win against Milford United Seconds.