The annual Women's Softball Festival proved a hit in Pembroke Dock yesterday.

Organised by Laura Price-Charles, of Cricket Wales, the event was as usual designed to encourage participation with six teams taking part, with the day helped by more sterling work from the ground staff at Imble Lane.

There were teams from Cresselly, Hook, Burton, Pembroke Dock and two from Haverfordwest - and both representatives from The Town made it into the final which made it easy to declare The Town overall winners.

And it is now hoped the day will lead to an expansion in the league for 2021, with Pembroke Dock hoping of entering a regular side.

Afterwards Price-Charles, who is responsible for developing women and girls' cricket in south west Wales, said: "It takes support from everyone to help make events like today happen.

"When I arrived at Pembroke Dock this morning I was met by an army of volunteers and it was awesome work from all involved. A huge shout out to the unsung stars of the women’s game."

Pictured are the Haverfordwest squad of (back row left to right): Leila Egelstaff, Lyn Ward, Meg Griffiths, Katy Lewis, Ffion Edwards, Jo Price, and (front row eft to right) Awen Prysor, Nia Williams, Ceri Coleman-Phillips, Louise Howells, Ellen Keane, Helen Abbott