Carew AFC put pressure on the top two sides in the Pembrokeshire League division one with an impressive 5-1 victory over Neyland at the weekend.

Archie Smith scored the only goal of the first half, before James Hinchliffe’s early second-half brace made things for comfortable for the home side.

Sean Hannon’s goal for the visitors turned out to be a consolation, as Jordan Richards completed the match with a brace of his own late on.

St Ishmaels are going from strength to strength after impressive recent form, and were top scorers on the day with an 11-0 victory over Narberth.

The home side, who are now just one point behind ninth-placed Pennar Robins, were 4-0 up at half-time, and improved on that by scoring a further seven in the second period.

Joel Morgan fired a hat-trick, while Brennan Devonald, Owen Lawrie and Edward Richards all grabbed braces. Adam Kingsbeer and Joseph Davies also saw their names on the scoresheet.

Clarbeston Road’s 3-2 comeback win away at Hundleton could prove crucial as they stay in the top four of the league table, and only two points behind Carew.

Clarby Road opened the scoring through Jake Booth, before two goals in a matter of minutes from Cameron Brunton and Nicky Grange put Hundleton 2-1 up.

Booth’s second of the game early into the second half levelled the game, before Richard Bevan struck the winner for the visitors with a quarter of an hour left to play.

The win will feel sweeter as it pulls them further away from fifth-placed Fishguard Sports, who lost 1-0 at home to Monkton Swifts at the weekend.

Jake Seaton scored the only goal of the game, as Swifts sit just one point out of the top half of the table.

Meanwhile Merlins Bridge won 2-1 away at Pennar Robins, thanks to a second-half winner from Henry Thomas.

Will Haworth opened the scoring for the away side, before Ross Jones equalised before half time for the Robins.

Thomas’ winner keeps Merlins Bridge in sixth place and the top half of the table.