A total of 24 sporting clubs and organisations in Pembrokeshire have benefited from the latest round of Sport Wales Community Chest grants, writes Tommy Reynolds.

Overall, £22,703 has been shared between the successful applicants to go towards a variety of projects including education courses, first aid training, or purchasing items of equipment.

Clubs can apply for a maximum of £1500 - and then must later provide evidence that the money has been used accordingly.

Clubs awarded funding: Tenby Penguins £1400; Pembrokeshire Harriers £1500; Hundleton Cricket Club £845; South Pembs Weightlifting Club £1500; Crossfit Pembrokeshire £1000; St. Ishmaels Cricket Club £430; Haverfordwest Cricket Club £350; Llechryd Cricket Club £624; Tanyard Youth Project £1000; St. Davids Badminton Club £1168; Pembroke Haven Yacht Club £1500; Narberth Squash Club £735; Llanrhian Cricket Club £300; Paul Sartori Hospice at Home £1127; Pembs Tri Club £900; Pembs Yacht Club £1471; Pembroke & Distri ct Swimming Club £1500; Just Tri Junior Triathlon Club £750; Solva Rowing Club £600; Hakin United AFC £1050; Cleddau Gymnastics Club £1493; Haverfordwest Octopush Club £360; Milford Haven Swimming Squad £300; Haverfordwest Rugby Club £800.