CLARBE Warriors played really well to win their matches in the regional integrated football festival as disabled players took part with and against non-disabled players as part of the sporting inclusivity programme orchestrated by Angie Nicholls at Sport Pembrokeshire.

The games were well refereed by Huw Bevan and Bradley Flood, who made sure play flowed for a good crowd.

The Warriors, coached by Jason Sullivan and Del Lewis, had ace goal-grabbers in Mikey Jones and Steve Sullivan, who shared the eight goals they scored against Swansea Bravehearts and Aberystwyth All Stars to set up a tantalising match against Bridgend Herons at Penclawdd - with the winners guaranteed a place in the Welsh Regional Final.

In their first match the Warriors moved into a 2-0 lead when Mikey Jones opened their account with a left-foot shot and Steve Sullivan added No 2 with a tap-in.

Sullivan then beat three would-be tacklers and slid the ball home before Jones claimed his second goal as he pounced at a corner.

At the other end, 16 year old Clarbie keeper Sam Edge saved superbly from Peter Davies and his defence of Jack Montague, Matt Davies, Rhys Eynon and Josh George played well alongside Billy Drinkwater, Jack Surtees and Jack Sullivan in midfield.

Jones then completed his hat-trick before Sullivan joined him in the treble stakes to round off victory.

In their second game the Warriors beat Aber All Stars 2-1 with goals again from Mikey Jones and Steve Sullivan – and in other games Bridgend Herons beat the All Stars 4-0 and lost to the Bravehearts 3-1.

Clarbe Warriors: Sam Edge, Jack Montague, Matt Davies, Rhys Eynon, Josh George, Billy Drinkwater, Josh Wood, Steve Sullivan, Jack Surtees, Mike Jones, Dan Grinter, Matthew Griffiths, Brad Colley, Matthew Ellis, Ieuan Cook.