Not a ball was kicked in anger over weekend as all local rugby and football league games have been suspended in Wales due to the COVID19 virus outbreak which has swept the country and affected many people all over the world.

We are all going into unchartered territory, and sport will come to a standstill as the country tries to contain and eventually eradiate the coronavirus.

The Premier football league suspended all games at the weekend as they followed the lead of other major leagues across europe, it was only right that all domestic games should follow suit and be suspended in the county.

Pembrokeshire Football League secretary Brian Hawkins tweeted:

“DOMESTIC FOOTBALL The Football Association of Wales has today (March 13) taken the decision to suspend domestic football at all levels in Wales with immediate effect until 4 April due to the COVID-19 outbreak.”

The JD Cymru South fixture scheduled for last Friday evening between Haverfordwest County v Cwmamman United at the Bridge Meadow Stadium was called off on the afternoon of the game.

On the rugby front, the Welsh Rugby Union made an extremely late decision to call off the Six Nations Wales v Scotland international when it was highlighted during the week that it would definitely go ahead, many Scotland fans had already made the long trek down to Cardiff. Surely this decision could have and should have been made far earlier.

Following that decision, the WRU soon followed up and duly announced a suspension of all forms of rugby in Wales for the remainder of the month due to coronavirus.

Sporadic community level matches did take place on Saturday, 14 March.

A ban will be enforced until Monday, March 30.

"The WRU has taken this decision in the interests of players, supporters, volunteers, referees, stakeholders and Welsh communities in general," the WRU announced in a statement.

The WRU said the decision had been made having considered "expert medical advice."

It’s important to follow all the health guidelines and listen to any advice.