It was a case of snow show, literally, for Pembrokeshire sport this weekend with fixtures decimated like never before by the freezing weather.

As heavy snow swept through the county on Friday, the Pembrokeshire Football League took the unprecedented step of calling off all games a day early – with clubs usually having to wait until 12pm on Saturday for confirmation.

The same fate befell of West Wales Cup ties involving Merlins Bridge, Carew and Goodwick United. All Pembrokeshire rugby sides had their matches postponed by Friday night – with only one league match in the whole of Wales eventually going ahead.

That came in Division Two West where Yr Hendy defied the odds to play host to Carmarthen Athletic – and managed to extend their lead at the top of the table with a bonus point 28-17 win.

Golf tournaments were cancelled and our hockey sides also fell victim to the weather – and the annual Ras Dewi Sant, that starts and finishes in St Davids and incorporates a full and half coastal marathon, also succumbed to the inevitable.

But it wasn’t just outdoor fixtures that were affected. Haverfordwest Cricket Club were due to travel to Birmingham on Saturday night for the latest round of the UK Indoor Cricket competition at Edgbaston the following day – but organisers made the early decision to put that competition back seven days.

Likewise, the latest round of the Pembrokeshire Indoor Ladies Cricket League, in which Cresselly, Lawrenny and Hook were meant to play each other today (Sunday), couldn't go ahead due to the temporary closure of the Bloomfield Centre in Narberth

And with players facing an impossible task to reach certain venues – a host of local snooker, netball, and darts matches had to be called off.

All County Council Leisure centres were closed on Thursday afternoon and remained that way until Sunday morning.

And it wasn’t just amateur sport that suffered, with supporters of the Scarlets left disappointed after their Pro14 game with Leinster, scheduled for Saturday afternoon, couldn’t go ahead due to the inevitable travel problems facing the Irish side.

One group of sports fans left happy however were the Pembrokeshire Jacks, whose trip to the Liberty Stadium to watch Swansea City and West Ham United went ahead after consultation with the Edwards Brothers bus company.

And it proved worthwhile, as Phil Griffiths and co watched the home side win 4-1 to move out of the Premier League’s bottom three.