Crymych are through to the semi-finals of the Pembrokeshire Knockout Cup after they notched an 11-0 win at Milford Haven in a hard-fought battle.

Iolo Phillips went over for the only try of the game, with Adam Phillips slotting two penalties to see off a determined effort from the home side.

Pembroke Dock Harlequins are also though to the semi-finals of the knockout after they registered a battling 17-13 home win over Haverfordwest.

Jack Price scored two tries for the Quins, with Euan McDonald slotting both conversions and a penalty to edge them through to the last four.

Haverfordwest took the tie right to the wire with tries from Jack Evans and Matthew John, with Jake Morgan kicking the extra three points.

Already through to the semi-finals are Tenby United, who beat Aberystwyth 20-18, and Whitland, who defeated Fishguard and Goodwick 11-9.

Crymych Youths narrowly missed out on winning The Griffiths Cup as they went down 14-18 in a hard-fought battle against holders Narberth in the final.

Tries from wingers Owen Llewelyn and James Price ensured that the Otters held a 10-0 advantage over the Preseli youngsters at the half-time interval.

Crymych got themselves back into the game when replacement open-side flanker Jake Noott went over for a try, which No 10 Owain Davies converted.

The Otters responded with a try from prop Jack Davies, but Crymych hit back again with a try from winger Hedd George, again converted by Davies.

Narberth, however, sealed their win when full back Fraser Jones slotted a penalty, and the young Otters held firm for a hard-earned win in the end.