It appears that two hugely popular annual events in memory of two local footballers are likely to be non-starters because of the pandemic.

The Steff Fun Day at School Field in St Dogmaels next month is virtually a certainty for postponement causing disappointment in the area as it is an event enjoyed by people over a wide area.

It was held for the second time in 2019 in memory of club stalwart Steff Thomas who was killed in a road accident outside Cardigan in October 2017, aged 32.

The Jimmy James 7-a-side Memorial Tournament is staged in mid-July and although no hard and fast decision has been taken many feel the event is extremely doubtful.

Last year was the tenth event held in memory of talented local player Jimmy James of Llangoedmor who represented Wales at youth level, played for Newcastle Emlyn in the Welsh League and was at one time on the books of Manchester United.

Reigning Costcutter League champions St Dogmaels emerged victorious in last year’s final when super sub Craig Williams netted a golden goal winner against Cardigan Town.