Goodwick United and Fishguard Sports still lead the way with maximum points in the Pembrokeshire League Division One after strong victories.

Rhys Dalling's hat-trick was the highlight as Goodwick put five past Pennar Robins away from home to take their goal difference to +24 after just four matches.

Fishguard Sports put four past Narberth with no reply as they remain the only other club on maximum points.

The game of the weekend was definitely as Clarbeston Road scored a last-minute winner to secure the three points in a seven-goal thriller at home to Monkton Swifts.

Monkton Swifts led 2-1 and 3-2 before Jason Griffiths' late penalty and Greg Brown's winner turned the game completely on its head.

Justin Harding scored a first-half hat-trick as Hakin United showed their champions quality by demolishing Neyland away from home 10-0.

The away side scored five goals each side of half time at the Athletic Ground, as 19-year-old Jaden Chapman scored a brace.

The champions leapfrogged Carew in the league table, as they lost 3-1 away at Merlins Bridge.

The only other game saw Hundleton survive a scare from St Ishmaels as two late goals sealed the win for them.

Tish came from 2-0 down to equalise in the second half, before Cameron Brunton scored a late brace to secure the three points in the 4-2 win.

St Ishmaels and Narberth remain the only clubs yet to get a point from the first four games, as Goodwick and Fishguard have gained the maximum amount.

Clarbeston Road sit in third place after three wins from four, while Hakin's two recent wins have seen them climb to fourth.