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 nine......

Jasmine rejoices in Rio:

First touch, first try,

The Team GB Women’s 7s team that kicked off at the Rio Olympics had some familiar names. After all, England had won the World Cup two years previously and the squad in Brazil was made up from their elite pool of professional players.

Except for one.

When former Ysgol Dewi Sant pupil Jasmine Joyce jogged on as a second half replacement for GB’s opening match against the hosts, few outside of this county would have recognised the name. A few seconds later, she was over the try line having shown searing pace to outstrip the cover defence from 40 metres - and a star was born.

The tournament would end with an agonising Bronze medal match defeat but for Joyce, then only 20, it has been the springboard for full international honours, appearances in the Six Nations and World Cup, and a 7s stint in Australia.

She’ll be bang in the frame for Tokyo 2020 Olympics and if she takes to the field in the opening game, this time there’ll be few who won’t recognise the name.

GT: What a player, Jazz Joyce played superbly for the GB Women’s 7s team scoring some cracking tries at the Rio Olympics - her electric pace stood out and it opened the doors for her to be picked for Wales Women in the 15-aside code. And as they say the rest is history…

FW: She did so well to stay grounded and focussed after Rio. Things exploded for when she came back and she couldn’t walk 10 yards in St Davids without being stopped and congratulated.

BC: As a star in her sport Jazz remained modest and when I contacted her about a chat for radio soon afterwards she was so accommodating and remained that way whenever I caught up with her afterwards.