School teams from Haverfordwest and Pembroke bowled them over at this year's Boccia Schools tournament.
Sir Thomas Picton won the secondary school title, while Monkton Priory Community School, Pembroke won the final of the primary school competition.
Sponsored by Valero, the annual Schools Boccia tournament was held last week at Milford Haven leisure centre.
The event was organised by Sport Pembrokeshire - the sports development arm of Pembrokeshire County Council - in collaboration with Disability Sport Wales.
Eleven teams entered the secondary schools competition including - Milford Comprehensive (2), Pembroke Bush (2), Pembroke Autistic Centre (2), Portfield (2), Ysgol Bro Gwaun (2) and Sir Thomas Picton.
Seven teams competed in the primary school competition including Monkton (2), Glannau Gwaun/Fishguard Junior (2), Pembroke Dock Community (2) and Prendergast.
The teams competed in a round robin competition with the two highest scoring teams meeting in the final.
Pembroke Bush ‘B' and Sir Thomas Picton Stars met in the secondary final with the STP team winning by 7 points to 0, while Monkton beat Pembroke Wizards by 4 points to 0 in the primary final.
The wining teams were presented with their trophies by Will James of Valero.
Angela Miles, disability sports development officer for Sport Pembrokeshire said she was delighted with the number of teams entering this year's competition.
"It's getting so popular that we may have to run the competition over two days next year," she said.
The games were refereed by Brian Waters and Charles Hopkinson, of Saundersfoot Rotarians; Sian Jones, Liz Jones, Gemma Nutton and Amy Barrett of Crymych Panthers Boccia club and Rhys Eynon from Pembrokeshire College.
Based on boules, boccia was originally developed for people with cerebral palsy but is now played by people of all abilities and disabilities.
Pictured with the winning STP team are Councillor Huw george, Cabinet Member for Education and Will James of Valero.
Pictured with the winning Monkton team are Councillor Huw George, Cabinet Member for Education and Will James of Valero
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