Pembrokeshire Under 13s (192-9) lost to West Glamorgan (200-10) by 8 runs

Cresselly hosted a superb game of cricket between Pembrokeshire Under 13s and their counterparts from West Glamorgan, with home captain Charlie Arthur celebrating his first day as a teenager by stroking his maiden century.

The left hander came to the crease on 5-1 and went on to hit 112 from 123 balls, including 17 fours and two sixes to show why he is already featuring regularly in the club’s senior sides.

West Glamorgan had earlier made 200 all out, with the Pembrokeshire bowlers sticking to their task admirably with Charlie Malloy taking 3-53, Ollie Hough 2-19, Luc Owen 2-17and a wicket each for Owen Hughes, Seth Woodhouse and Tomos Lewis. 

Dylan John also bowled a good opening stint while wicket keeper Cas Boys was excellent behind the stumps.

Pembrokeshire looked a long way from the total when they fell to 10-2 in their reply but it was then that Arthur shared an 83 run stand with Ollie Berry (12).

When Arthur eventually went the score was 153-4, and Will Allen (39) and Dylan John (12) then did their best to get the hosts over the line - but he team fell just short in what proved a cracking contest.