A great day for some great causes.

The charity event at Marble Hall in Milford went brilliantly on Sunday with perfect weather, a good turn out, and more than £1000 split between Eliza's SDR Journey and the Fire Fighters Charity.

The highlight was a football match between Dyfed-Powys Police and the Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service - with the firemen running out 4-2 winners with goals from Liam Davies, Stuart Barrow, Jake Barrett, and Samuel Edwards.

It was a well played match with 44 players involved overall - and no cards shown!

And afterwards, the Mayor of Milford Haven, Councillor Terry Davies presented the winning shield to  Stuart MacDonald of the Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service. 

But the day was about more than football, with Milford Haven's major fire engines, the aerial rescue appliance from Haverfordwest, and the local community fire safety team all there to provide demonstrations.

There was also an Welsh Ambulance Service Rapid Response vehicle and an ambulance, a neighbourhood police team, car and van, a dog handler with three police dogs, and RNLI members - all there to help educate the public about the emergency services.

"I want to say a massive thank you to Milford United AFC and the bar staff at the club - and everyone who made the day a success," said organiser David Farrow.

"And also to referees Steve Badham, and father and son Roy and Craig Boswell."

The total raised currently stands at £1,287.05  with Eliza's SDR Journey and the Fire Fighters charity receiving £643.52 each.

Farrow also confirmed the event would run again next year and would now become an annual fixture.