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JOHNSTON was made to work really hard for their 2-1 victory at Saundersfoot Sports.
The Tigers took the lead in the 30th minute with a superb strike by Steven Dockerty, the wide-sided midfielder found the top corner from a direct free-kick 20 yards out.
The visitors doubled their lead in the 75th minute when striker Nicky Woodrow finished clinically from the edge of the 18 yard area.
Five minutes from full time and Sports substitute Luke Wallace poached a goal from a corner.
Saundersfoot Sports: Ben Evans, Tom Woolford, Kevin Berry, Russell Evans, Rhys Hewson, Dan Storer, Geoff Marsh, Jack Franklin, Luke Brolan, Chris Millward, Sam Butler. Sub: Luke Wallace.
Johnston: Martin Langdon, Andrew John, Ben Phillips, Sion Price, Steve Mills, James Skudder, Luke Hayward, Chris O’Toole, Steven Dockerty, Joe John, Nicky Woodrow. Subs: Ben Skudder, Lewis Boswell.
Referee: Steve Williams.
FISHGUARD Sports AFC chairman Owen Duggan is digging his trainers out for a good cause next month.
Owen will run the London Marathon on April 13 to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation.
“I have chosen this charity as they are a very worthy cause and a member of our football team, Nicky Badland, recently made a full recovery following a heart problem,” he said.
“I’m aiming to raise at least £2,000.”
To sponsor Owen, visit http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/owenduggan.
THE hugely popular West Wales Area Quiz night once again marks the start of the West Wales Area Point to Point season. Being held for a second year at the Iron Duke Clynderwen, on Wednesday March 19, teams of four will be put to the test by new Quiz Master, Phil Mathias.
Entry of £5 a person includes a hearty bowl of cawl & roll, with a team of 4 £10. Don’t worry about coming if you can’t make up a four, there are always teams made up on the night at what is very much a fun, social evening with a 7.30pm start.
Area Chairman Vernon Beynon will be happy to give directions to those who need them on 01437 569686.