Wizards return to top of table as Vikings drop points at home
Action from the Racecourse where Merlins Bridge were too strong for Milford United
Four of the five Manderwood Pembrokeshire Football League First Division matches scheduled were played despite the arduous wet weather.
Merlins Bridge has returned to the top of the table after winning 5-1
at home against Milford United.
Teenager Will Haworth claimed a superb hat-trick alongside goals by Wizard team-mates Steve McNabney and Joe Leahy. The Robins goal scorer was Ashley Mathias who scored from the penalty spot.
Hakin United dropped points at home against arch-rivals Goodwick United with a 1-1
draw at The Obs. Tony Evans gave the Phoenix Lads the lead, but Ryan Wilson struck late to secure a point for The Vikings.
Angle comfortably won 3-0
at home against Tenby. All the goals were scored in the first period by a brace for Chris Richards alongside a solitary strike by James Potter.
Pennar Robins hammered bottom of the table Johnston 9-2
at Bush Camp. The homesters’ scorers were Phil Thompson 5, Craig Asparassa 2, Carl Rees and Sean Meaney. The Tigers’ consolation goal scorers were Ryan Doyle and Ryan Codd.
Monkton Swifts v Carew was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
CRC Rangers comfortably defeated West Dragons 5-2
to reach the last four of the West Wales Intermediate Cup