Goodwick United are leading the early charge in the Pembrokeshire League Division One after a 7-0 win over Merlins Bridge.

They now have a +19 goal difference after just three games, following previous wins over Neyland and Hundleton.

The only other side on nine points from three games in Fishguard Sports, who won a five-goal thriller 3-2 away at Clarbeston Road.

The top scorers of the weekend however were Pennar Robins, who trounced Narberth 12-0 in the biggest win of the season so far.

Ross Jones got a hat-trick, while both Craig Asparassa and Cal Rees treated themselves to braces.

Champions Hakin United gave a performance of champions away at Hundleton, as Ashley Bevan's first-half brace helped them on their way to a 5-1 victory.

The other two games in the division finished 1-0, as Carew beat St Ishmaels, while Monkton Swifts won away at Neyland.

While Goodwick United and Fishguard Sports are both on full points, St Ishmaels, Hundleton and Narberth are all yet to get their first of the season.

Hundleton and Narberth both sit on a goal difference of -18 after their first three games.