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Vikings stun Carew with last minute winner in nine-goal thriller



HAKIN United’s Ashley Bevan scored a last minute winner to give his side a thrilling victory against Carew on Saturday (Nov 20).

A stunning own goal from Ben Aldred looked to have earned Carew a point but Bevan’s volley deep into time added on gave them an important victory.

After an even start it was Carew who went ahead on 24 minutes as James Hinchliffe nipped in after a mistake in the Hakin defence.

Sam Christopher capitalised on another mix up to make it 2-0 to the home side.

Hakin pulled a goal back ten minutes before half time as Justin Harding scored from the penalty spot after the referee spotted a handball.

Adam Muskett then made it 3-1 to the hosts before Hakin pulled a second goal back when Harding got on the end of a cross from Camron Thomas.

Hakin continued to have chances in the second half but they finally levelled with just over ten minutes to go when Luby crossed for Harding at the back post who tapped in to complete his hat trick.

Ashley Bevan was then brought down and Hakin were awarded another penalty which Harding scored to put his side ahead for the first time at 3-4.

There was then a stunning own goal as two players went for the ball but Ben Aldred got more on it and saw the ball fly into his own net.

That looked to have sealed a point for Carew but there was still time for both sides to score a winner.

It was the Vikings who got it as Luby crossed into the box and Bevan smashed the ball home to make it 5-4.


Whitland earn win at Pembroke



WHITLAND earned their first win of the season on Saturday (Sept 24) as they beat Pembroke 20-33.

Pembroke landed an early penalty through Harry Fletcher but the visitors hit back with two converted tries.

There was another penalty for Fletcher to make it 14-6.

Whitland thought they had another try when Callum Evans touched down but it was harshly ruled out as the referee had spotted some crossing moments before.

The visitors then scored another try which was also converted as they took a 6-21 lead in at the break.

Pembroke hit back in the second half with tries from Lloyd Davies and Sam Smith who finished off after a barnstorming run. Fletcher added both conversions.

Whitland pulled away though with further tries to seal the win.

Liam Price scored a hat trick of tries for Whitland and others came from Ianto Davies and Geraint Jones. Jones added the rest of the points from the boot.

On Saturday, October 1, Pembroke travel to Llanelli Wanderers while Whitland host Llangennech.

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Kilgetty edge Clarby in seven-goal thriller



KILGETTY made it two wins from two on Saturday (Sept 24) as they beat Clarbeston Road 4-3.

Ben John put Clarby ahead after eight minutes but their lead only lasted for two minutes.

Adam Johns levelled for Kilgetty and ten minutes later Josh Bevan put his side ahead.

Richard Cope then made it 3-1 to the visitors shortly after the half-hour mark.

Clarby were not out of the game though and on the stroke of half time John scored his and Clarby’s second to make it 2-3.

It remained that way until the 89th minute when Rheinallt George put the goal in his own net to all but seal the points for Kilgetty.

There was still time for more goals as Richard Bevan scored in the 92nd minute to make it 4-3.

They were unable to find a late equaliser though as Kilgetty held on for the win.

On Saturday, October 1, Kilgetty face Angle in the first round of the Senior Cup. Clarbeston Road are also in action in the Senior Cup as they host Carew, both matches kicking off at 1:45pm.

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Fishguard earn win over Carew



FISHGUARD sealed their first win of the season on Saturday (Sept 24) as they came from behind to beat Carew.

Carew were awarded a penalty in the ninth minute and Jordan Richards stepped up to score and give the visitors the lead.

However, just a minute later, Fishguard were level as Gary Delaney scored.

With only 19 minutes gone the home side made it 2-1 with a goal from Danny Hopkin. Both goals were created by Ieuan Llewellyn and the home side held on to their lead until the break.

Neither side was able to add to the scoring in the second half as Fishguard held on to seal the win.

On Saturday, October, 1 both sides are in action in the first round of the Senior Cup. Fishguard travel to Merlins Bridge while Carew visit Clarbeston Road.

Both games kick off at 1:45pm.

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