The Youth travelled to take on Tenby at Heywood Lane last Friday evening - with both sides serving up a real humdinger of a match, which was played at high tempo throughout.
Both sides demonstrated their skills and determination in defence and impressed the large crowd that had turned out. Some excellent play by both sides yielded some exciting passages of play and regular scoring.
The visitors proved a very resilient outfit and built their score through excellent combined play, eventually running out worthy winners in this local derby by 26-40 to the delight of their coaching group and large travelling support.
The first XV match against Laugharne away that was due to be played last weekend was cancelled in agreement with them and the WRU; the game is now rescheduled for early March next year.
This Saturday the First XV has been drawn against Trimsaran at home in round 1 of the WRU Division 3 National Cup competition, KO 2.30 pm, with the game being very generously sponsored by Treganna Guest House and Mr Ian Martin and Family. They have also been drawn at home in Rd 2 of the Pembs KO Cup against Crymych, with the game hopefully being played in October.
On Saturday, September 30, the First XV will entertain the Pembroke Dock Harlequins for the first time in many years. Ko 2.30 pm.
The Panthers are due to start their season at home against West Swansea Hawks on Sunday. The growing squad under coaches Keiron Burrows and Dale Humphreys are very keen to start their season well, particularly as they have been drawn away to Wrexham in Rd 1 of their WRU National Bowl competition on October 8.
The annual weekly Turkey Trot draws have started; tickets are on sale in the pubs around town and at the club. Weekly winners will be notified and usually pick up their premium Cuckoo Mill birds just before Xmas.
With the World Cup having started, everyone at the club naturally wants Wales to go well, particularly as ex-player Jonathan Thomas is heavily involved in the Welsh coaching group.
The upcoming game against Australia now means even more after the monumental Fiji win over Australia last weekend.