Goodwick United are six points clear at the top of the Manderwood Pembrokeshire League division one after they hit Neyland for six at the Athletic Ground.

The visitors were already five goals up at the half-time interval after goals from Will Haworth, Rhys Dalling, with a first half brace, skipper Scott Delaney and Daniel James.

A second goal from James sealed a convincing away win for Chris Sullivan's side, who are six points clear of Merlins Bridge at the top of the table, with a game in hand.

Merlins Bridge lost ground in the title race as two last-gasp goals earned Monkton Swifts a 4-3 win at Monkton Lane, including a 95th minute winner by skipper Martyn Carroll.

The Wizards had take the lead through Lee Hudgell, but Will Abrahams equalised, before Matthew D’Ivry and Sam Christopher bagged second half goals to open up a 3-1 lead.

Jamie Wilkes grabbed his side’s second goal of the game to halve the deficit, before substitute James Russell equalised on 90 minutes and Carroll netted the winner.

Fishguard Sports lost 6-3 in an action-packed game with Pennar Robins at Tregroes, with the visitors 3-0 up at the break through Rhys Lucas, Conner Willis and Phil Thompson.

Craig Asparassa was sent off for the visitors before half time, but soon after the restart Sean Edmondson added a fourth goal from the spot, before a Danny Hopkin penalty and Steve Lewis reduced the arrears.

Thompson made it 5-2, but substitute Jordan White replied, before Danny Hopkin and Sean Thomas were both sent off for the hosts, and in the closing minutes Thompson completed his hat-trick to seal the win.

Carew and Clarbeston Road shared the spoils in a 1-1 at the Recreation Ground, with striker Ben John's goal being cancelled out by Adam Muskett before the break.

Kilgetty hammered St Clears 7-0 at the Kingsmoor, with goals by Sam Lewis, Ross Hurst, Callum Proctor, Richard Cope, with a brace, Lloyd Hughes and Richard Tebbutt.

Hakin United were emphatic 6-0 winners at second from bottom St Ishmaels, having led 3-0 at half time through goals by Shane Walsh, Adam John and Leon Luby.

In the second half Luby added the fourth, and two late goals from Justin Harding sealed a well-deserved win for the visitors.