HAKIN United picked up another win on Saturday (Apr 15) while Neyland rescued a point from their game with Kilgetty.
The Vikings began the day knowing that Goodwick would be crowned champions if they won but travelled to St Clears with hopes their rivals would drop points.
Justin Harding gave Hakin the lead in the 26th minute and goals from Jack Britton, Shane Walsh and a second from Harding, from the penalty spot, made it 4-0 at the break.
Walsh then scored his second eight minutes into the second half and further efforts from Jake Merry and Adam John completed a comfortable 7-0 win for the Vikings.
However, Goodwick’s win means Hakin can no longer catch them at the top of the table and they will have to settle for the runners-up spot.
Elsewhere, there was late drama in Kilgetty as a late penalty earned Neyland a point in a 2-2 draw.
Aidan Rees had put Neyland in the first half from the penalty spot but Kyran Lewis equalised for Kilgetty thirteen minutes later.
It remained 1-1 until the 83rd minute when Rhys Hewson scored to put the home side into the lead.
However, a minute into time added on the visitors were awarded a second spot kick. Max Bowman-Davies held his nerve and despatched the penalty to make it 2-2 and honours even.
The point means Neyland finish their season on 27 points while Kilgetty still have three games left to play.
Saturday’s other result saw Pennar Robins beat Carew 5-1. With Carew playing their West Wales Cup semi-final on Monday night, they took the opportunity to rest a number of players.
Liam Williams gave the Robins the lead on the half hour mark and Craig Asparassa and Conner Willis scored soon after to make it 3-0 at the break.
Adam Muskett pulled a goal back in the second half but goals from Willis and Williams completed the win for Pennar in their penultimate game of the season.