Division 1: Lawrenny (258 all out) beat Saundersfoot (95 all out) by 163 runs

Tom Cole and James Phillips starred for Lawrenny as they notched a big win over Saundersfoot.

Batting first, the home side posted 258 all out and it was Cole who top scored with 62 - 36 of which came in boundaries as he hit five fours and two sixes.

Similarly, Phillips made 57, whacking five fours and two sixes.

And on a glorious day for batting there were also knocks from Steve Lewis (23), Steve Campbell (27), Ryan Morton (23) and James Buckle (21) to leave Saundersfoot up against it, despite wickets for Sam Franklin (4-56), Nick Cope (2-59) and Tom Mansbridge (4-86).

John Mansbridge tried his best to lead the chase for the away side with a rapid 40, 34 of which came in boundaries with seven fours and a six.

But aside from him, only Nick Cope (12) got any kind of start, as  Brad McDermott-Jenkins (3-6) and Rob Williams (4-21) took seven wickets between them.

Ryan Morton (2-14) and Lewis (1-49) helped finish the job to leave Lawrenny fourth - and the Seasiders at the foot of the table.

Umpires: Dave Brandon and Simon Richards.

Scorers: Malcolm Thomas and Adge John