For the first time in many weeks there was a full programme of fixtures in the Manderwood Pembrokeshire AFL.

In Division One, there was a mid-table clash between Clarbeston Road and Carew.

It was a disappointing afternoon for the visitors as they lost 5-2. Sam Christopher and Jordan Richards got themselves on the scoresheet, but it only proved to be a consolation.

Saundersfoot Sports remain pointless after they lost 3-0 away to Fishguard Sports.

St. Clears’ battle to avoid relegation took a blow after they were thrashed 5-0 at Goodwick United.

The result leaves St Clears third from bottom on two points.

There was embarrassment for Narberth as they lost 8-0 at home to Merlins Bridge.

Moving on to Division Two, the bragging rights belonged to Milford United as they defeated local rivals Herbrandston 2-0 away from home.

Tom Blockwell and Morgan Picton were the heroes for the visitors.

Kilgetty played their first league game for many weeks having been involved in cup action in that time.

There was no rustiness shown by the home side as they comfortably beat Johnston 3-0.

Jordan Gorman, Rhys Hewson and Richard Cope scored the goals which leaves Kilgetty six points behind league leaders Merlines Bridge II with five games in hand.

Elsewhere, Lawrenny were on the wrong end of a six-goal thriller as they lost 4-2 at home to Solva.

In Divison Three, Cosheston’s run of form was ended spectacularly as they were beaten 4-0 at home by Monkton Swifts II.

However, there was joy for Carew II as an Adam Muskett brace saw off the challenge of Pendine.

Carew II’s 2-0 win leaves them in third place, but they are a long way off Monkton Swifts II who are 12 points ahead.

Pembroke Boro should be able to take confidence into their next set of fixtures.

The home side lost 3-2 against title chasing Milford Athletic, with Phil John and Jason Evans scoring what turned out to be consolations.

Pembroke Boro will be hoping that performances such as the one on Saturday will put them in good shape to avoid relegation.

There were two fixtures in the Fourth Division Cup first round, with Narberth II beating Solva II 5-0.

However, there was disappointment for St. Clears as they were beaten 4-1 at home by St. Florence.

In Division Four, it was business as usual for Tenby as they thrashed Pennar Robins III 11-0.

The visitors remain in second place, five points behind Broad Haven II with two games in hand.

Finally, in Division Five, Saundersfoot Sports II consolidated their place in mid-table with a 4-2 win over Herbrandston II.

A brace from Nick Cope and James Richards earned the home side a much-needed win.

Kilgetty’s away game against Johnston II was postponed, the reason being that Johnston II were unable to field a team.

The home side are now likely to be deducted points, having committed the same offence in September.

Elsewhere, there were defeats for Carew III, Lawrenny II and Pembroke Boro II.FixturesWWFA?Intermediate Cup, third round: Fishguard Sports v Penlan Club; Goodwick United v Merlins Bridge; Hakin United v Ynystawe Athletic; Hundleton v Birchgrove Colts; Monkton?Swifts v Giants Grave; Pengelli United v Neyland; St Josephs v Clarbeston Road.Division One: Carew v St Clears; Pennar Robins v Narberth.Division Two: Johnston v Lawrenny; Merlins Bridge II v Kilgetty; Milford United v Hakin United II; Solva v Herbrandston; St Ishmaels v Broad Haven.Division Three: Camrose v Carew II; Clarbeston Road II v Pembroke Boro; Cosheston AFC v Fishguard Sports II; Letterston v Goodwick United II; Milford Athletic v Haverfordwest CC; Pendine v Monkton Swifts II.Fourth?Division?Cup, first round: Broad Haven II v Neyland II; Tenby v Camrose II.Division Four: Haverfordwest CC II v Milford United II; Narberth II v St Ishmaels II; St Clears II v Solva II; St Florence v Pennar Robins III.Division Five: Angle v Johnston II; Herbrandston II v Newport Tigers; Kilgetty II v Carew III; Lawrenny II v Hundleton II; Saundersfoot Sports II v Milford Athletic II.