4:00pm Wednesday 27th June 2012 in Sport
The re-arranged Jubilee Cup match between Neyland and Cresselly takes place this Sunday.
The game is traditionally played as the curtain raiser to the league season, but was rained off back in April this year.
As Harrison Allen Bowl winners, Neyland will host the game.
The match takes the same form as a league game, with each side given 45 overs in their allotted innings.
Champions Cresselly have struggled this season after three consecutive league titles.
Phil Williams’ men amazingly lie rock bottom of division one, after a dismal first half of the season that has seen them win just one of their ten games so far.
They are also out of both first team cup competitions, so Sunday’s match will represent their only realistic chance of first team silverware this summer.
Neyland meanwhile, are currently second in division one and will begin Sunday’s game as favourites.
The game is part of a big week for Andrew Miller’s men, who two days later travel to Saundersfoot in the quarter final of the Harrison Allen Bowl, before hosting the same side in the league the following Saturday.
Weather permitting, the match will begin at 12pm.