On Sunday Tenby Under 16s took on local rivals Narberth in what turned out to be a very entertaining derby.

Tenby opened the scoring with Owen Grieve powering over the line early on to give the Seasiders the lead.

Narberth were quick to put the pressure back on and scored two tries of their own. Unable to convert these the score sat at 5-10.

With half time nearing it would be the quick hands of the backs that would put Tyler James in for Tenby’s second try of the game, and with Alfie Pryor converting, the Seasiders went into half time leading 12-10.

Both teams started the second half fired up, but it was Tenby who would piece together the possession first to allow Alfie Luger to side step his way through the Narberth defence to score.

Pryor once again converted and Tenby extended their lead 19-10. Once again Narberth came back strong and clawed back some points with a try of their own to reduce the gap.

However the seasiders had the last say, with once again the forwards pressing hard to gain territory and the backs working together to create the gap in defence for Pryor to crash over the line.

He converted his own try to make the final score 26-15 to Tenby.

Special thanks go to Richard Rossiter who travelled to referee the game.