It wasn't your traditional presentation, but Neyland RFC have held their end of season awards (virtually).

Via social media, the Pembrokeshire All Blacks have named their winners for the season - which was restricted to just 13 league and cup games due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Owain Evans, Iestyn Evans, Mark James, Henry Mcbeth and Ben Williams all featured in every single match - but it was skipper George Williams who took the honour for being Top Try Scorer. He also accumulated the most points - edging out No 10 Toby Hayman.

Williams was also voted the Players' Player by his teammates.

The Unsung Hero award was jointly won by Sam and Ieuan Hadley, both of whom were happy to play out of position for much of the campaign.

The Coaches' Player of the Year, picked by Graham 'Gaga' Richards, went to young flanker Owain Evans. He impressed week in week out on the field and displayed great commitment to both playing and training.

And as a result he was also given the Clubman of the Year award, making him the youngest ever winner of the honour.

The Team Manager award went to Sam Cataki, who played in several different positions between September and March. In one game against Haverfordwest he switched from prop, to flanker, and to the wing during the 80 minutes!

Finally, the Martin 'Ceefax' Rees award for service to Neyland RFC went deservedly to Robert Johns. He has been involved at the club for more than 50 years as a player, coach and well respected committee man.

Prior to the season being curtailed James, the Evans brothers, and Williams also all represented the Pembrokeshire side that played Valero at Pembroke Dock.

The winners were announced by Peter Davies who added his thanks to all involved at the club.

"Thanks to our Captain George Williams and the squad of players who have had a challenging season but battled on and given 100%.

"Also our committee men who have strived to keep the club going and to Wendy Watts for the raffles and Charlie Watts for the programmes.

"Coaches Graham Richards and Steven Evans who have worked hard again in this difficult season and even had to put the boots back on in a season where our squad was hit with injuries.

"Thanks also to Jonny Sutton and staff at the Neyland Athletic club who have kept us and the junior section fed and watered throughout the season.

"To the coaches, team management, referees and parents of the junior section thank you very much for your great work - keep it up."