Division 2: Llechryd (115 all out) lost to Narberth (117-7) by 3 wickets

It was a true captain’s knock from Narberth skipper Davy Johns as his side beat Llechryd to be promoted as Division Two champions.

Both teams were already assured of a place in the top flight before the game, but after the home side were bowled out for 115 it was Johns who struck 45 not out to help his side recover from 32-5 and be crowned champions.

Llechryd started the day with a 17 point lead over their visitors but after being put into bat, got a bad start when Dan Hughes ran out Michael Carter (0) early doors.

James Betteley and John Curran took the score to 44-1 but then Ben Quartermaine clean bowled Betteley for 20 after three boundaries, and in the same over skittled Kevin Evans for a duck.

And when he struck again with a return catch off the dangerous Curran, who had hit five fours in his 27, Narberth were in the driving seat and it took a crucial knock of 35 off 82 balls from Jonny Lewis, plus 14 from No 9 Graham Keen, to take the hosts past three figures.

For Narberth, Quartermaine finished with 4-43 in 11 overs, Loui Davies 1-22, Johns 2-14, and Ben Hughes 2-10 as they wrapped things up in the 37th over - something which later proved crucial.

But Rhys Beard then resurrected Llechryd’s hopes with a fantastic spell of 5-22 in 12 overs, that included the wickets of Had Luff (5), Richie Adams (13), Mick Haltham (0), Loui Davies (4) and Jordan Howell (4).

Johns and Dan Hughes shared a stand of 49 though before Andrew Fletcher trapped the latter LBW for 22 – and at 81-6 the run chase looked back in the balance.

But Ben Quartermaine joined his captain and made a vital 14 and by the time he fell to Jonny Lewis, the title was in sight for Narberth and Johns, who finished with seven boundaries in his knock, was joined by Rhodri Dyer (1 not out) in finishing the job in Narberth's second extra over (47th).