Pembroke Rugby Club’s Youth team comfortably beat a below strength Fishguard at home on Saturday, to claim an unbeaten league season and the Pembs County Youth League title, amid ecstatic scenes at Crickmarren. 

The lads played some really expansive rugby running in multiple tries without reply from The Seagulls youngsters, in front of a large very appreciative crowd. 

The cup was presented to the squad by new non-Executive WRU Board member Jennifer Mathias; representatives from sponsors Cresselly Arms, MM Electronics, Guy Thomas Estate Agents and Lemondshaw Logisitics also witnessed the festivities. 

The Youth have been drawn to play Crymych away in the Pembs Youth Cup on a date and venue to be confirmed, whilst the U17s will play Narberth at home on April 3 in the Mike Fry Cup.

The First XV are home to Cardigan this Saturday KO2.30pm, the other sections are not scheduled to play as it is Easter weekend.

The Panthers travelled to take on Tumble, winning by 20-24 to lift themselves in to fourth place in the League table.

Congratulations to Mary James, Ian Martin and the Panthers women’s squad, who will be receiving community Civic Awards from Pembroke Town Council in the next few months.