Over 50 boys took to the pitch recently for a second under-13s hockey festival.
Organised by Sport Pembrokeshire - the sports development arm of Pembrokeshire County Council - and Hockey Wales, the 5x60 boys hockey festival took place at Fishguard earlier this month.
The festival followed the success of the first event in Haverfordwest last year and is part of a Sport Pembrokeshire initiative to introduce boys to the sport.
Four 7-a side teams from Sir Thomas Picton in Haverfordwest, Ysgol Dewi Sant in St David's, Ysgol Bro Gwaun in Fishguard and Greenhill School in Tenby took part in the festival, which was won by Ysgol Dewi Sant.
The St David's team beat Sir Thomas Picton by three goals to one in the final.
Hockey development officer Angela Miles said there was increasing interest in hockey among boys.
"It's great to see so many boys now playing the game and also to see such a high standard of play," she said.
Five County secondary schools now have 5x60 hockey clubs with some of the boys also playing for their local clubs.
The 5x60 project is organised by Sport Pembrokeshire with the aim of encouraging secondary pupils to take part in extra-curricular activities, while getting fit at the same time.
The festival matches were refereed by Chris Dunn, Julie Campbell, Finola Scale and Angela Harries.
Bully for the boys! Pupils taking part in the hockey festival.
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