The decade is coming to an end, and there are many memorable sporting moments in Pembrokeshire to reflect on.

Gordon Thomas, Fraser Watson, and Bill Carne have picked out ten of them (in no particular order).

Here is number five......

Tigers bite back from the dead:

Back in 2012/13, a Pembrokeshire side appearing in a West Wales Intermediate Cup final was something of a rarity.

Not since Hakin United’s win over Brynawel at The Vetch (2004) had one of our teams graced that coveted stage, and none had done so since the Liberty Stadium had hosted the occasion.

But that all changed in May 2013 with a final so surreal the script may as well have been borrowed from Roy of the Rovers.

Unfancied Johnston had got on a roll that season and having already won the Senior Cup, then equalised in the last seconds of extra time against Morriston Olympic in the semi final before winning on penalties. You sensed then it was a case of name on the trophy, and so it proved.

It didn’t look that way mind when deep into the second half of the final, they trailed 2-0 before Joe John pulled one back. Then with just seconds left, Steve Mills went clean through and levelled matters – but injured himself while doing so and was duly carried off on a stretcher.

However, with The Tigers set to play extra time with only 10 men, Mills rose from the dead. Not only did he reappear from the changing room and trot back onto the field of play, he proceeded to score a brilliant winner in the final period of extra time.

The glory wasn’t to last for Johnston. The following season they were infamously thrown out the competition and the club have since dropped out the top-flight of the Pembrokeshire League.

But no one can take that frenzied night in Swansea away from them.

FW: Had I played for Penlan that night I don’t think I’d have slept properly for a year afterwards - Johnston looked dead and buried at half time but they refused to die. It has always stuck with me that at 2-1 down Kanga (Andrew John) cleared away a header that looked over the line. It wasn’t given and what then followed was unbelievable.

GT: An incredible night, it was real Roy of the Rovers stuff from Johnston at the Liberty Stadium, especially as Steve Mills jnr bagged the dramatic winner. What a night for the Tigers who were purring with delight.

BC: Mills scored a goal that had pure class written all over it and the Pembrokeshire contingent went wild and finally drowned out the vociferous Penlan crowd. Moments like these are hard to come by for local sport and it is nice we can all say, “I was there”!