YOUNG farmers from Pembrokeshire were among those showing their sporting prowess at the Wales Federation of YFC sports day was held at Aberystwyth University on Sunday, June 24.

The day gave YFC members, from all over Wales, the opportunity to come together and participate in sporting activities in order to improve their skills and their overall fitness.

During the day, over 250 young people representing County Federations from across Wales competed in the Wales YFC Netball, five a side football, hockey, ultimate frisbee, dodgeball and touch rugby competition finals.

Radnor excelled in the football and hockey competitions taking first position along with Meirionnydd girls being successful in the netball. After a close competition in the frisbee, Montgomery came out on top taking first place, Ceredigion were victorious in the dodgeball and Brecknock came out on top in the touch rugby competition.

The YFC thanked the WRU for all of their support with the touch rugby competition providing referees and hoped the partnership would grow in the future.

Dewi Parry, Wales YFC’s Competitions Chairman said: “It was a pleasure to see so many members competing and enjoying themselves in all six competitions this year in Aberystwyth on Sunday. A huge congratulations to all who competed, especially to those that won their competitions. We wish all of the teams that are going on to represent Wales at the national finals next weekend the best of luck."

Full results:

FOOTBALL – 1st Radnor; 2nd Carmarthenshire; 3rd Clwyd.

HOCKEY – 1st Radnor; 2nd Ceredigion; 3rd Pembrokeshire.

NETBALL – 1st Meirionnydd; 2nd Montgomery; 3rd Carmarthenshire.

FRISBEE – 1st Montgomery; 2nd Pembrokeshire; 3rd Carmarthenshire.

DODGEBALL – 1st Ceredigion; 2nd Montgomery; 3rd Carmarthenshire.

TOUCH RUGBY – 1st Brecknock; 2nd Pembrokeshire; 3rd - Ceredigion.