The Pembroke County Cricket Club (PCCC) have set up a disciplinary sub-committee to investigate the outcome of the Carew v Cresselly match that decided the Division One title.

Put into bat, The Rooks declared on 18 for 1, therefore denying Cresselly the chance to gain the minimum 22 points they needed to overhaul their rivals in the title race, or the 21 required to at least draw level.

The incident provoked huge reaction both locally and nationally, and the PCCC met on Wednesday to discuss what had occurred.

On Sunday, PCCC Honorary Secretary Steve Blowes made the following statement to Telegraph Sport: "Following the match between Carew and Cresselly on Saturday, August 26th, the Pembroke County Cricket Club have received written complaints that the actions of Carew Cricket Club and their captain Brian Hall was a contravention of the 'code of conduct and spirit of cricket'.

"A four man disciplinary sub-committee has been set up to investigate and report back to the Executive."

Blowes added that until the report had been received no further comment will be made by any PCCC Executive member.

Telegraph Sport also understands that Saundersfoot cricketer Phil Jones will be free to play again as of next season.

Jones had originally received a ten year ban from Pembrokeshire cricket for his involvement in an incident in his side's Division Two game against Kilgetty at the end of the 2015 season.

However, having served two years of the sanction, the PCCC Executive have accepted his appeal to return - and he will be eligible to play as of April 1st, 2018. 

A five year suspended ban will still be imposed on Jones from that date.