After more than four years, cricket is set to return to the twin towns of Fishguard and Goodwick. 

The new club, Fishguard and Goodwick Community Cricket Club, are set to enter the Pembrokeshire League next summer, playing their home games at Tregroes. 

Spearheading the new club is Mathew Lamb, who has sought to bring new and old together to help run the new club. 

"Town's like Fishguard and Goodwick deserve a cricket side, and hopefully by bringing a mix on new and old faces together, we can ensure a successful club on and off the field. 

"We'll be looking to start a committee in the autumn and are actively looking for people from the community to get involved, either in official roles or as supporters or volunteers. This is a new beginning and we're excited to bring cricket back to the community. 

"We want to make sure that the off-field management of the club is sound, so that there is a strong foundation for the club to grow and prosper in the years to come. We're hopeful we can get not only senior cricket, but junior sides and maybe even a ladies team as well."

The previous Fishguard and Goodwick Cricket Club, who played their home game on the notoriously wet Moor in Goodwick, will now be based at Tregroes - home of Fishguard Sports AFC. 

Those interested in getting involved with the club in any capacity should contact Russell Parry Jones on or 07968 156250