Pembrokeshire YFC proudly presented three nights of an English drama festival during February which saw nine clubs performing at Theatr y Gromlech, Crymych.

The judge for this competition, Mr Alan Hayes had the tough decision of having to choose three clubs to go forward to compete at the all-Wales drama final a week later.

Clunderwen YFC, Llys-y-fran YFC and Fishguard YFC were selected and battled it out before Llys-y-fran YFC were named winners, with Clunderwen YFC runners-up and Fishguard YFC placed third overall.

Other winners from the evening include:

Best Actress – Carys Phillips, Llysyfran YFC

Best Actor – Morgan Evans, Fishguard YFC

Best Costumes – Templeton YFC

Most Promising Performance – Sophie Davies, Tiers Cross YFC

Junior Performance – Rosie Hughes, Clunderwen YFC

Best Supporting Role – Mary Raymond, Fishguard YFC

Best Set – Templeton YFC

Most Promising Club – Martletwy YFC

Also during the drama final, the Pembrokeshire YFC Junior and Senior Members of the Year were revealed.

Jack Peters, Keyston YFC, and Tomos Lewis, Hermon YFC, were announced as this year's winners and also went on to compete at Caernarfon on behalf of Pembrokeshire YFC.

Siwan Jones, Clunderwen YFC, was victorious in the ‘Situations Vacant’ competition after producing her CV and attending a mock job interview.

Llysyfran YFC's winning performance of ‘Shakers’, saw them go on to win at the Wales drama final held on March 1 in Caernarfon with Elen Hunt also named Best Actress.

They will go on to compete at the NFYFC finals, currently suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.