Six wickets for superb Davies
2:00pm Wednesday 27th June 2012 in Pembrokeshire sports news
Llangwm (74 all) out lost to Carew (78 for 2)
Carew extended their lead at the top of the table with an excellent win at Pill Parks against Llangwm.
The home side collapsed from 32 without loss to 74 all out as Carew bowled and fielded really well to keep the pressure on.
Rhys Davies bowled superbly to claim 6 for 16 and then Carew skipper Rob Hicks revamped his batting line-up with rain pending. A quick 21 from Tim Hicks (three fours) gave them the early impetus they needed before Gareth Lewis and Ian Sefton effectively applied the coup de grace.
Will Beresford was the anchor in the Llangwm innings with 22 runs but only Richard Brock (12) managed double figures. Rhys Davies was joined by his cousin Tom Davies (2 for 21) and Matthew Phillips (1 for 5) in dismissing Llangwm cheaply.
The only thing likely to stop Carew gaining an important march on their rivals at the top of the table was the weather but they beat that too as they easily reached their target through Sefton (25) and Lewis (21 not out) as Ollie Davies and Steve Mills claimed a wicket apiece for Llangwm.
Llangwm’s match ball was sponsored by Rob Summons.
Umpires: Trefor Evans and Dai Morris.
Scorers: Janice Brick and Ceri Davies.