In Manderwood League Division 1, Carew battled hard against table toppers Goodwick United on the weekend, but the visitors managed to get the job done, thanks to a first half double from midfielder Rhys Jones.

Carew vs Goodwick
Carew vs Goodwick (Pic: Susan McKehon)

Top scorer for his side Jones was fouled in the box in the 26th minute at the Gerald Hicks Recreational Field, and converted the spot-kick himself, before scoring a screamer on the stroke of half time, when he put a powerful 20 yard free-kick in the top corner.

Chasing in second spot, Hakin enjoyed a comfortable win at Kilgetty’s Kingsmoor Ground, scoring two goals in each half to claim the points, leaving them 2 points off the top, with a game in hand.

Leon Luby opened the scoring, only to be send off before the break, after being handed a straight red card. Lucky for the visitors, they were 0-2 up at that point, thanks to Alfie Stotter grabbing the second.

Goals from Ben Aldred and Ryan Wilson made it 0-4 in the second half, although Kilgetty did snatch a late consolation goal from Lloyd Hughes.

Action from Kilgetty vs Hakin
Action from Kilgetty vs Hakin (Pic: Susan McKehon)

Tenby enjoyed a thumping good win away to Neyland, who found the going tough against the Seasiders after they went down to ten men as early as the 12th minute, when Simon Ellis was shown a straight red card.

Daryl Mansbridge and Scott Ferney scored to see Tenby lead 2-0 at half time, and the Seasiders finished the job after the break thanks to a strike from Adam Muskett, and a late double from Fraser Finlay, who had already assisted for his side’s first three strikes.

Bottom of the table Fishguard Sports battled to a 1-1 draw against Pennar Robins at Bush Camp.

The only goals came in the first half, with the hosts taking the lead through Liam Williams, only to see matters levelled five minutes later when Adam Lawrence netted.

With 20 minutes to go, Fishguard keeper David Pepper pulled off a terrific save to deny Sean Edmundson from the spot.