AN honour is how winger Dafydd Pritchard described his time at Narberth Rugby Club after his successful but brief stint with the side ended.

Pritchard joined the Otters from Ammanford in 2019, after playing a few seasons with Llandovery.

His final game for the side was a 25-16 victory against Trebanos where the number 14 bagged two tries.

Speaking exclusively to the Western Telegraph, Dafydd paid tribute to his teammates whilst also complimenting the club.

“I feel very honoured to have played with such a talented group of players during my short stint,” said Dafydd.

“To have played a small part in the recent history of such a prestigious club is something I will cherish, long after my playing days. For a club to have preserved its community feel whilst maintaining the high standards on the field is a true testament to all involved who dedicate their time to Narberth RFC.”

Director of rugby at Narberth RFC, Sean Gale, was glowing in his assessment of Pritchard’s contribution to the side.

“He settled in really well as a player and a very popular squad member,” said Gale.

“During his first season he played consistently well in a very difficult championship.

“We wish Dafydd the best on his next venture and we hope we haven’t seen the last of him as a player.”

Daffydd leaves the club to study physiotherapy at Wrexham.