Alec Colley quarter final: Haverfordwest (164-2) beat Pembroke Dock (95-5) by 69 runs

A superb undefeated 94 by Dan Field was the focal point of Haverfordwest Seconds’ comfortable win over their counterparts from Pembroke Dock, who battled but had little answer to the greater experience of this Town team.

Put in to bat, Field and Nikhil Mathias had the homesters rattling along to 45 runs in six overs before the latter departed for 12 – and James Marchant (24 not out) and Ross Dewstowe (13) joined Field in a veritable run feast.

Field struck eight fours and five big sixes to finish just short of three figures but to be fair to The Dock they never stopped chasing leather and had useful bowling stints from talented teenager Rhys Daley (1-39) and Geraint Blair (1-27).

Chasing down such a big score never seemed likely for The Dock as they lost early wickets but opener Luke Murray carried his bat for 50 not out (one four) and Anton John belted five fours in a lively 26.

But Town skipper Nigel Morgan (2-22) again led the way alongside Ashley James (1-30), William Phillips (1-21) and Marchant (1-21) as The Town will now take on a far more experienced St Ishmaels’ side in the semi-final.

Umpires: Jon Willington and Robert Ridge
Scorers: Natalie Thomas and Katie Griffiths