Manderwood Football League:

Full reports in this week's Western Telegraph....

There were only three games in Division One, and it was Goodwick United who were the major winners as they moved five points clear at the top of the table with a 3-0 win over Neyland.

Club captain Adam Raymond opened the scoring with a glancing header from a Iestyn Evans corner, before Evans himself made it 2-0 with a low drive from 20 yards that found the bottom corner.

It was Raymond who then sealed the win with a super 25 yard strike.

And the win put the Phoenix Boys 13 points clear of Hakin United, who could only draw 0-0 at home to West Dragons at The Obs.

It means The Dragons have takes four points off The Vikings this season, and the win moved Chris Edwards' team up a place to 10th in the table.

At Bush Camp, Lamphey eased any relegation fears with a 2-1 win over Pennar Robins that moved them 11 points clear of the bottom two.

Nico Morrison and Billt Davies got the crucial goals, with Phil Thompson striking for the fifth consecutive league game for Pennar.

In Division Two, there was a crazy game at Solva, as the hosts fought back from trailing 3-1 to Llangwm at half time, and then 5-1 early in the second half, to eventually draw 5-5 in the only game to go ahead in Division Two.

In Division Three, Clarbeston Road 2nds beat Pembroke Boro 4-2, and Pendine won by the same score away to Manorbier United.

In Division Four, Llangwm 2nds saw off St Ishmaels 2nds 6-2, Monkton Swifts won 3-0 against visitors Fishguard Sports 2nds, and Solva 2nds notched a 6-3 win away at Pennar 3rds.

And the only game to be played in Division Five saw Cosheston draw 1-1 at home to Saundersfoot 2nds.