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TWO COUNTY councillors have been accused of carrying out “a pre-planned” verbal attack on a Fishguard businessman over his plans to reopen a derelict pub. A furious row has erupted after newly-appointed Fishguard and Goodwick mayor Richard Grosven... read on

AN anonymous note which has appeared on the front wall of Fishguard’s historic Royal Oak accuses Cardiff-based brewers S A Brain of leaving the pub “to rot”. read on...
FISHGUARD Harbour welcomed its first cruise ship of the year last week when The Corinthian made a belated arrival due to adverse weather conditions. read on...
PUPILS of Ysgol Bro Gwaun have sent a clear and direct message to County Hall in the on-going and evolving debate over the future of education in Pembrokeshire. read on...

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A MAGNIFICENT innings of 97 not out by Jonathan Pawlett helped St Ishmaels to achieve an eight-wicket success over Llanrhian as he shared an unbroken stand of 146 with Andrew Williams, which saw them home with 17 balls still in hand in the Pembrokeshire League division one. The Llanrhian total of 165 all out, made in 44.2 overs, owed almost everything to the big-hitting Jack Jones, who scored a classy undefeated 80, as only Gareth Davies (14), Paul Lewis and Richard Reed (18 apiece) could muster double figures. A varied Tish attack, with spin bowlers Andrew Pawlett (3 for 36) and Daniel Flynn (3 for 37), posed the major threat, with support from Brennan Devonald (1 for 24) and Andrew Williams (2 for 28). Three runs short of victory Jones also featured with the ball for Llanrhian as he shifted Tish openers Karl Rhead and Brennan Devonald cheaply in his 2 for 45 analysis, but Pawlett struck 16 fours and a six as he finished a tantalising three runs short of a deserved century... read on

A MAGNIFICENT unbeaten century from Andrew ‘Panda’ Waddup was not enough for Fishguard and Goodwick when they made the trip across the Cleddau last Sa... read on

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