Three schools from Pembrokeshire represented Pembrokeshire in the recent South Wales primary schools girls' kwik cricket finals.
Tavernspite Community Primary School, Mary Immaculate School and St Oswalds Church in Wales VA School all represented the county.
The finals were held at Tondu Cricket Club in Bridgend.
All three schools performed well on the day with both Mary Immaculate and St Oswalds winning a match, drawing a match, and losing a match in the group stages.
Tavernspite, representing Pembrokeshire for the third year running in the finals day, once again performed excellently. They won all three group matches, and won the semi final, but narrowly lost in the final to Nantgaredig.
"All three schools had an enjoyable day and it is great to see girls cricket continuing to go from strength to strength in the county with the inception of the U11 and U13 girls regional squads," said Cricket Development Officer Matt Freeman.
The kwik cricket team from Tavernspite Community Primary School with Matthew Maynard, former England and Glamorgan cricketer.
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