Division Two round up:

Division Two champions Carew were officially presented with their silverware yesterday, and it’s Saundersfoot who will join them back in the top flight next season despite being shot out by The Rooks for just 72.

Having won their first 15 league games, Carew’s perfect record was only scuppered by rain last week, and they were on course for another rapid victory here before the weather again intervened.

The Seasiders began the day 36 points clear of third placed Narberth, but never got going with the bat with only Sam Franklyn (29) settling against the home attack – mainly due to Rob Scourfield’s super spell of 6-13.

Tudor Hurle (1-32), Shaun Whitfield (2-14), and Brace (1-9) also took wickets, and Brian Hall’s side were 14-0 in their reply, with Nick Scourfield (9 not out) and Tom Scourfield (4 not out) at the crease, when play was halted.

It resulted in an early presentation for Hall and co, with Pembroke County Cricket Club Chairman Paul Webb awarding the trophy to The Rooks, along with Brian Hawkins, of league sponsors Thomas Carroll.

It all means a swift return to Division One for Carew after being controversially relegated as champions last season, and the Seasiders will go up with them after rain also prevented Narberth closing the gap at Cresselly.

The visitors were actually flying on 166-0 in 25 overs, with Richie Adams (80 not out) and Lewis Hough (75 not out) on the attack when the players were forced off for good.

Hook got their game going at home to Haverfordwest 2nds and were 41-5 in 24 overs, with Simon Williams doing real damage with 4-10 in nine overs, a stint that included five maidens.

But that game was also abandoned, while Pembroke v Llechryd and Whitland 2nds v Stackpole never got going.

It means a shootout to stay up between Llechryd and Stackpole to stay up next week, with the Cardigan side just four points clear heading into their home game with Narberth, while Stackpole welcome Pembroke.

Whitland 2nds are already relegated.