Hakin United were the stars of the Pembrokeshire League Division One, as they showed their champion quality by scoring 17 goals past Narberth.

Justin Harding, Shane Walsh and Laurie Haworth all treated themselves to hat-tricks, accumulating nine of the goals.

Cameron Thomas and Ashley Bevan earned braces, while Mark Jones, Ben Aldred and Jack Britton all got on the scoresheet with a single goal.

However, it's Goodwick United who are top of the league after their 4-1 victory over Pennar Robins.

Nathan Greene's hat-trick was the highlight of the match, while Scott Delaney also scored for the home side.

The only other Division One game was Hundleton's 2-2 draw away at Clarbeston Road, who twice came from behind to salvage a point.

Many of the Division One teams participated in the Senior Cup Round One, and it was Carew who shone by scoring a double-figure amount of goals.

Sam Christopher scored a hat-trick on their away trip at Angle, while Shaun Whitfield, Adam Muskett and James Hinchliffe all got braces.

Zac Rowell and an own goal added to make the final score 11-0.

Neyland were victorious away at Fishguard Sports after a 4-2 win, with Max Bowman-Davies scoring a hat-trick.

Dylan Davies was the star man as he scored four of Monkton Swifts' eight goals in their 8-3 win away at Camrose.

Rhodri Davies, Martyn Carroll, Jordan Richards and Jack Clarke all added to the scoreline.

Goodwick United now sit five points clear at the top of the table, while Narberth sit bottom of the league after seven games with a goal difference of -48.