Young farmers from Pembrokeshire have been bucking this summer’s trend of British sporting failures in some style.

County members travelled to Brecon for the Wales YFC Sports Day and came home victorious, taking the overall crown after finishing in the top two in four out of the five events.

Leading the way were Holly Thomas and Jake O’Sullivan, of Llawhaden YFC, who won the junior badminton doubles.

Their success was closely matched by Llawhaden’s football and mixed hockey teams, and Fishguard YFC’s volleyball team, who all finished second.

Brawdy YFC rounded off a successful day by taking part in the netball competition.

The badminton, hockey and volleyball teams will all go on to represent Wales at the national finals in October.

The success rounded off a summer of sport for Pembrokeshire YFC, which also saw Fishguard YFC win the pool competition and darts event, jointly with Llysyfran YFC; South Pembs YFC were bowled over to win the ten-pin bowling competition and Llawhaden YFC retained their rugby crown once again.