Mixed ability rugby: Pembrokeshire Vikings 38-15 Llanelli Warriors 

It proved a great afternoon for the Pembrokeshire Vikings on Sunday as a large crowd turned up at Haverfordwest for their first mixed ability match with Llanelli Warriors.

Both sides included a mixture of players young and old, including rugby debutants and individuals who are registered disabled.

And everyone played their part in what proved an entertaining afternoon, despite the rain, with the match played in a great spirit as referee Charlie Watts helped things flow.

Home try scorers were Dan Morgan, John Lewis, Andrew Meddings, Gareth Mathias, Nathan Mounter, and Alex Frearson - with conversions from Geno Cleal (2), Jack Payte and Peter Pritchard. Ben Couceiro was named man of the match.

Coached by Simon Gardiner, Emma Summons and Jeff Clout, with Delyth Summons as team manager, the squad were more than satisfied.

“It was a great start for the Vikings in their first ever mixed ability fixture,” said Emma Summons.

“Thankyou to the Llanelli Warriors and all the players that took to the field - from those who came out of retirement to those who played their first game of rugby.

“And it was fantastic to see plenty of support.”

Squad: Alex Frearson, Alex Lloyd, Andy Martin, Andrew Meddings, Andy Stead, Ben Couceiro, Craig Lewis, Dai Owen, Dan Morgan, Gareth Mathias, Graham Jenkins, Geno Cleal, Jack Payte, Jamie Zambas, John Lewis, Josh Crowther, Karl Busch, Marc Davies, Nathan Mounter, Peter Pritchard, Sean McKenzie, Shane Marshall, Steve Brown, Tim Phillips, Tom Brown.