Goodwick United now just require one point to be crowned champions of the Pembrokeshire League division one, after a mighty comeback win at home to Carew AFC at the weekend.

Carew AFC, who knocked Goodwick United out of the West Wales Senior Cup this season, took a shock 2-0 lead through Jordan Ricjards and an Adam Muskett penalty.

However, two quick goals either side of half time from the home side’s Rhys Dalling and Scott Delaney levelled the game.

Dalling scored two more goals to complete his hat-trick, either side of Jordan Griffiths’ goal to seal a 5-2 victory.

The league leaders now only require a draw away at champions Hakin United to secure the league title.

From one end of the table to the other, basement club Narberth succumbed to another defeat, as Monkton swiftly brushed them aside in a 9-2 win.

It was the 22nd and last game of the season for both sides, as Dylan Davies shone by scoring four goals in the match.

Davies scored twice in the first half, along with teammates Jack Clarke and Jamie Wilkes to put the home side 4-0 up at half time.

Davies then started the second half as he started the first, by scoring twice. Player-manager Christopher Richards, James Russell and Jason Finnegan also got their names on the scoresheet.

Rhys Hughes and Liam Phillips both grabbed late goals for Narberth, who end their season with 22 losses from 22 games, and a goal difference of -193.

The league’s other relegated side, Neyland AFC, also lost on the road after a 6-2 defeat at Merlins Bridge.

An early Ben Davies strike for the home side was cancelled out by Max Bowman-Davies’ equaliser.

Adam Hawkins reclaimed the lead for the Wizards, before two quick goals from Will Haworth all but sealed the win.

Aidan Rees got a consolation for Neyland to make it 4-2, before Haworth completed his hat-trick, and the last goal was scored by Mike Chandler, who couldn’t help but put the ball into his own net.