Narberth (147 all out) lost to Carew (160 for 7) by 13 runs

Umpires: Denis Chiffi & Alan Hansen

Scorers: Gary Hughes & Julie Davies

There was high drama at the Lewis Lloyd Ground as two wickets  in the final over of the game by Rhys Davies earned Carew victory with one ball to go after a draw had seemed the most likely option with those last six balls for Narberth to face.

Put in to bat, Carew’s final tally owed much to Ian Sefton (32) Nick Scourfield (13), Rhys Davies (38), Tom Davies (36no) and James Hinchliffe (13) as Loui Davies (2 for 27), Ben Quartermaine (3 for 27) Ben Hughes (1 for 59) and Kamal Sharma (1 for 9) were the main Narberth bowlers.

Several of the Narberth batsmen made useful starts as Jordan Howell (40) and Richard Adams (26) were joined by Dan Hughes (10), Loui Davies (11), Lewis Hough (17) Ben Hughes (18) managed double figures but Carew bowlers Tom Davies (3 for 39) Rob Scourfield (3 for 34) and Rhys Davies (3 for 29, including those last two wickets) eased Carew to victory.

Whitland 2nds (122 all out) lost to Cresselly 2nds (123 for 4) by 6 wickets          

Umpires: Mervyn John & Tony Waldeis

Scorers: Jenny Davies-Scourfield & Des Brace

Matthew Webb was the undoubted man of the match for Cresselly 2nds against Whitland counterparts as he grabbed 3 for 11 in helping limit the opposition to 122 all out, and then stroking an undefeated 59 to guide his team home by seven wickets.

Paul Oeppen (20), Dai Lee (18), Gregg Sleep 23) and Martin Thomas (22) top scored for Whitland as Webb was joined by Sam Harts (3 for 25), Lyn Richards (1 for 20), Matthew Lewis (1 for 24) and young son Morgan (1 for 12) in the Cresselly bowling attack. Cresselly lost wickets early on to Stuart Harries (2 for 2), Sleep (1 for 25) and Thomas (1 for 26) as Mike Venables scored 24 but Webb was joined by Richards (24 not out) in an unbroken stand of 66 to give their side a good win.

Stackpole (185 all out) drew with Haverfordwest 2nds (252 for 9)

Umpires: Huw Davies & Bob Elliott

Scorer: Kelly Williams (Haverfordwest)

Haverfordwest welcomed newcomer Sanjay Gurang into The Racecourse fold and he made a dream start as he topped their second team’s bowling with a stylish 82 not out before adding a wicket as they had the better of the draw against home team Stackpole.

Gurang was joined by Ross Dewstowe, making a return to the club and belting 40 alongside skipper Nigel Morgan (26), Sean Williams (24) and Chris Phillips (27) in a huge score of 252 for 9 in their 45 overs as Gareth Smith picked up 5 for 59 for Stackpole.

James Davies led the home team’s response with a hard-hitting 51 and found support from Richard Mackay (29) and Rob Mathias (24) but Clive Tucker (3 for 34), Williams (2 for 39) and Phillips (1 for 38), assisted by a couple of run outs, saw The Town take a welcome win.

Saundersfoot (256 for 7) drew with Pembroke (169 for 5)

Saundersfoot enjoyed the bulk of the points in this match as skipper Sam Franklin certainly led by example with a terrific ton and also claimed two wickets against Pembroke, who made sure they didn’t lose but weren’t able to gain any points for the draw.

Franklin scored a boundary-laden 110 and was assisted by Steve Cook’s 42 not out and 30 from Gareth Edwards as Barry Evans’ slow stuff earned him figures of 3 for 61.

Evans also top-scored for Pembroke with 41 and there was 38 not out for Paul ‘Chalkie’ White but Franklin (2 for 31) and Tom Mansbridge (3 for 39) made sure that their side came out on top.

Llechryd (90 all out) lost to Hook (105 all out) by 15 runs

Umpires: Arthur Brady & Sutha Siva

Both teams found runs hard to come by at Llechryd as visitors Hook were dismissed for 105 but the home side fell 15 runs short of that low first-innings tally.

In the final analysis the father and son duo of Jamie and Aled Phelps were key figures in the Hook win as  dad Jamie (32) was joined by Brennan Martin (25) against useful bowling by Nick North (5 for32) and Graham Keen (3 for 43) were the mainstays of the Llechryd attack.

Then Phelps junior grabbed 3 for 14 alongside Jonathan Willington (3 for 17) and although there were Llechryd cameos by Keen (22) and Johnny Lewis (25) it was Hook who prevailed.