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Pembrokeshire sports news

Delighted Narberth under 9s won the Tigers Challenge in Minehead. (30386562)

Narberth win Tigers Challenge Cup

Jake Marsh hit eight boundaries in his 43 for Kilgetty who beat The Town's 2nds. PICTURE: Susan McKehon. (30391805)

Kilgetty battle to excellent victory

Pembroke County Cricket Club Results June 27and Fixtures July 4 - 2015

Pembroke County Cricket Club Results June 27and Fixtures July 4 - 2015

Opener Ben Field led The Town to victory with a classy knock of 65 not out. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Mills causes mayhem as Johnston race to victory

ON TOP: Round celebrates his win at the MK arena.

Round rushes to a win at Macto

Rob Thomas, Pat Biesly, Bob South. (29777982)

Pat returns to bag a victory

Hylton John Trophy winner Dan Scale with senior captain Colin Rogers and twos winner Roger Scrimshaw. (29772547)

Dan netts Hylton John trophy

MACTO MAN: David Round fights Alex Montagnani at the MK Arena this Saturday.

MMA fighter Round after a happy anniversary this Saturday

ALL BLACK AND AMBER: St Davids and Neyland was one of many Pembrokeshire derbies to take place last season. PICTURE: Anneka Hopson, A1 Photography.

A structural success for Pembrokeshire rugby?

Haverfordwest County youngster Greg Walters is looking forward to playing in the Dafabet Welsh Premier League.

Haverfordwest County 2015-16 Fixtures in The Dafabet Welsh Premier League

Simon 'Doc' Holliday 53 not out helped The Town to a crucial victory over Neyland with this superb sweep shot to the boundary. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Town shoot out champs in top of table clash

Seniors captain Colin Rogers with members at his away day in Haverfordwest Golf Club. (29115122)

Colin holds his away day in town

Winner of the Rookery Nook is Lucy French, Lady Captain Karen Lewis and runner up Diana Warlow. (29105294)

Rain fails to stop the hardy golfers

TEED UP: (L to R) Ian Walsh, James Wilcox, John Hartson, Gerald Davies.

RNLI appeal hits target after the Ian Walsh Golf Day

ON COURSE: John Hartson, who scored 14 times for Wales, is part of today's Ian Walsh Golf Day in St Davids. PICTURE: Huw Evans Photo Agency.

Hartson in good spirits at St Davids

THUMBS UP: Ryan (right) ENJOYS the ‘victory parade lap’ in a 1929 Bentley at Buckmore Park, Kent.

Ryan well on track

James Probert won a bronze medal at the Junior European Boxing Championships held in the Ukraine. (28743862)

James boxes superbly for European bronze!

Ian Sefton on his way to 69 in the DR Morris Cup match between Carew and Lawrenny. PICTURE: Susan McKehon.

Holders get bye into the final four of DR Morris Cup

UP SHE GOES: Pembroke's Aaron Hoskins is the No 1 125kg lifter in the World.

Powerful display from Pembrokeshire lifters

Neyland's Nathan Banner was on 43 not out when rain stopped play against Llanrhian. PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (28968473)

Heavy rain disrupts Saturday’s league cricket programme

Junior winners. (28424376)

Chipping on to the greens

John and Shirley Matthews Trophy winners Kenny Davies and Ron Nash with seniors’ captain Colin Rogers. (28445166)

Kenny and Ron nett seniors’ trophy

BALED OUT: Gareth Bale celebrates his first half winner. PICTURE: Huw Evans Photo Agency.

Let's see our bandwagon roll into France

A NATION EXPECTS: Gareth Bale in training ahead of the Wales v Belgium game tonight. PICTURE: Huw Evans Photo Agency.

S4C to show special highlights of Belgium battle

Lewis Barrows is Merlins Bridge ABCs latest Welsh boxing champion. (28065149)

Youngster Lewis crowned Welsh schoolboy boxing champ

Kern Cunningham on his way to a rapid half century in the Alec Colley. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Kern kanes a 50 as teams do battle in Alec Colley

Scott Arthur was Cresselly's top scorer with 132 against Camrose. PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (28331105)

Cam slammed by Cresselly 2nds

Narberth's Ben Quartermaine bowls Saundersfoot's Morgan Slate. PICTURE: Susan McKehon. (28334398)

Narberth power their way to victory

Kilgetty's Ian Poole claimed six wickets and was 62 not out. PICTURE: Susan McKehon. (28326411)

Poole powers Kilgetty to victory

Abbie Williams (Pembroke) - double record breaker in cross-country action for Wales. (28057650)

Ten records smashed at schools’ athletic championships

Iestyn Scourfield struck 62 for Whitland in their win over The Town. Picture: Susan McKehon.

James jolts The Town with late wickets

Daniel Sutton scored a terrific 150 runs for Johnston against Llanrhian. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Records set in Glebelands’ high scoring draw

Hunt Members winner Brideberry jumps clear ridden by Mathew Barber and trained by his brother Marc who celebrated treble success at Trecoed. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Treble joy for the Barber yard

Cresselly's Mike Shaw was 58 not out. PICTURE: Susan McKehon

Cresselly crush makeshift Llangwm

Margaret Hicks, Lucy French, Lady President Barbara Phillips, Diana Warlow and Enid De Wolfe. (27750875)

Dyfed team win in true style at Milford

Final chance to make a point at Trecoed

Iwan Izzard on his way to a match winning knock against Haverfordwest. PICTURE: Susan McKehon.

Holders crash out of Bowl

ALL WHITE: Pembrokeshire under 14s before fielding against Eryri.

Cricket youngsters impress for Pembrokeshire

Fast bowler Tommy dies

AJ Revu cracked a rapid 33 for The Town. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Town thrash Glebelands’ Boys on The Racecourse

Neyland all rounder Nathan Banner took five wickets and scored 62 not out. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Good win for Miller's men at Pill Parks

Ian Sefton - scored a fine half century for Carew. PICTURE: Susan McKehon

Carew clinch last ditch local derby win

Away day winners are Lee "Tiger" Davies, club captain Adam Rogers, Mark Britton, Alison McCormack and Peter Morgan. (27165484)

Britton is crowned away day champ

Matthew Hearne presenting the football ticket prizes he donated to the two junior winners Josh Hutchings and Ben Fairbairn. (27138911)

Delighted Shaun is playing off scratch

WARRIORS: The Carmarthen Warriors 'Legends' side that won the Over 35s Flanders tournament. PICTURE: Riley Sports Photography.

Legends fly to victory in Flanders

Jonathan Davies in action for Wales against England will miss the 2015 World Cup due to a serious ruptured anterior cruciate ligament injury. PICTURE: Huw Evans Picture Agency.

Jonathan Davies to miss World Cup due to devastating knee injury

CHAMPIONS: The victorious Daionic Crusaders.

The Newports 7s celebrates its 30th

Tom Blaxland struck an incredible 127 not out for Hook. 
PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (27045905)

Tom hits brilliant undefeated century. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Youngster Toby Asson took two wickets for Llangwm. PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (27042247)

Rob routs Llangwm batting

Borderers hang on for deserved draw

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