A Pembrokeshire rugby player has confirmed he has left the Scarlets.

Ryan Conbeer, the Saundersfoot winger, made his explosive debut in 2016 and scored 33 tries in his 78 appearances for the club.

His departure comes as the Scarlets bid farewell to several key players at the end of the 2023-24 season.

Jonathan Davies, a significant player for the Scarlets, who went to school at Ysgol Dyffryn Taf in Whitland, is also among the members who will be leaving the club.

A modern-day great known as 'Foxy', Davies has played 209 games across two spells in Llanelli.

During his tenure, he represented the club at the highest level for Wales and the British and Irish Lions and scored 55 tries fdor the Scarlets.

The Scarlets revealed the departures following negotiations with other squad members.

Other departing players include Ken Owens, who announced his retirement from rugby in April.

The Wales and British & Irish Lions hooker made 274 appearances for the Scarlets and served as the club's captain for eight seasons, including the 2016-17 title-winning campaign.

Scott Williams, the Welsh international centre, made 161 appearances for the Scarlets.

Dan Jones, who played a decisive role in the 2016-17 title-winning season, has played 153 matches over ten years for Scarlets.

Samson Lee announced his retirement in December due to injury.

Wyn Jones, who debuted in 2014, made 136 appearances.

Johnny McNicholl said his farewells in March, crossing the whitewash 57 times in 130 games, including one on his debut. He has returned to New Zealand to play for former side Crusaders.

Kieran Hardy, who recently became a member of the 100-cap club, led the side out against Glasgow and will be joining the Ospreys in the summer.

Hardy will be joined at the Ospreys by fellow Scarlet Steff Thomas.

Iwan Shenton, Eduan Swart and Joe Jones will also leave the club.

Several Academy players, including Lewis Morgan, Luca Giannini, Callum Williams, and Iestyn Gwilliam, will also be departing.

Sara Davies, the team manager since 2018, and Rhys Jones, part of the strength and conditioning team for 16 years, will also leave.

Head coach Dwayne Peel said: "It is always a difficult and emotional time as we say farewell to players and staff including some great Scarlets who will be remembered as club legends.

"We would like to thank each player and each member of staff for the work, pride and commitment they have shown to the Scarlets during their time here.

"They can all be proud of the way they have represented this club and we wish them all well for whatever comes next."

As the Scarlets prepare to rebuild for a new season, they will undoubtedly relish the memories of these great players and their contributions to the club’s glory.