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, appropriately, is number six......

Bellerby’s six appeal:

There have been some fantastic Pembrokeshire cricket finals this past decade.

The Harrison-Allen Bowl deciders in 2015 and 2016 in particular spring to mind, both thrillers that went down to the wire. There was no shortage of drama this year either.

We’ve also had some nail biting title races decided on the final day.

But in terms of a memorable finish, nothing comes close to the 2014 DR Morris Cup final between Neyland and Haverfordwest - and that final ball six to win it from Patrick Bellerby.

At the time the two sides were at the height of what had turned into an intense rivalry, and The Town seemed set to win the latest installment.

They led by 49 at tea in Burton before setting Neyland an unlikely 181 to win.

A frenetic run chase followed with dropped catches and Ashley Sutton surviving a huge run out shout during a sparkling knock of 97 - but when off the penultimate ball Dai Davies took a catch to remove Scott Jones, it looked all over.

That was unless Bellerby, on 27 not out, could a crack a maximum off the very last ball. Nothing less would do.

Sure enough, a perfectly timed straight hit off Josh Wilment did the job as the ball sailed over the Oatfield Park boundary to spark euphoria amongst Neyland players and supporters.

They went on to add the league title while The Town did recover that season to claim the Bowl, but for contrasting reasons, no one involved will have forgotten that Duggie final.

GT: As finals go, this must be the most dramatic finish that I’ve ever witnessed locally. Cometh the hour, cometh the man, and Bellerby hits a big six on the final delivery to win it for Neyland. Wow.

BC: As an alleged Town supporter I have been teased about that shot more than enough but I can still see it flying towards the road-end hedge – and the look of sheer anguish on the Haverfordwest players. Paddy (Bellerby) handled it so calmly as he always does.

FW: I was trying to charge my phone and tweet that final over while standing on a chair in the clubhouse and looking through the window. It was bedlam.