It's been a busy time for the Pembrokeshire 10s regional cricket side.

Last week they faced Mid Glamorgan in a double header.

The first meeting was set to take place on The Racecourse but rain on Monday meant a late change of venue with Lawrenny's groundstaff helping get a pitch ready at short notice. 

The teams played two T20s. In the first clash the Pembrokeshire batsman struggled to get going with only Olly Cook (9), Olly Badham (14) and Sidak (18) getting going in their total of 67-7.

In reply Mid Glam passed with total comfortably at 68-2, despite Olly Nutty and Dillon Lewis picking up a wicket each.

In the second T20 Pembs started well and picked up wickets regularly with Griff Jenkins, Taylor Lewis, Olly Cook and Olly Badham all chipping in - along with a great catch from Nutty and a cracking run out from Badham.

Mid Glam finished on 97-5 and Griff (10) and Badham (9) then top scored as the hosts finished 68-9 in their reply, 29 runs short. 

The return trip to Mid Glamorgan was on Wednesday as the sides played a two innings T20 meatch at Tondu CC.

Pembs started well, restricting Mid Glamorgan to 104-6 before finishing just 1 run behind in their innings on 103-2.

There was two wickets a piece for Charlie Holder and Alex Blowers along with a wicket for Taylor, great catches from Olly Nutty and Griff Jenkins. In reply Griff and Olly Badham batted well in a 48 run partnership before each player was retired - Griff on 24 not out and Olly unbeaten on 21. Charlie Holder (9) and Charlie Welch (11 not out) also chipped in.

In the second innings Mid Glamorgan skipper Joshua-James Crump showed his great potential smashing 51 not out in 29 balls to help his side post 145-3. Two wickets went down, one for Olly Badham and a wicket and a catch for Dillon Lewis. It was Dillon (8) and Olly Cook (9) who then both hit two boundaries as the reply fell to 58 all out.

There were plenty of positives for the 10s from both games and remarkable improvements throughout the week, especially batting wise," said coaching team mamber Simon Williams.

"The squad's great attitude was also a major positive with everyone really enjoying the opportunities they had."

Then on Sunday, Pembs produced two stunning displays to pick up their first wins of the season.

At a sun soaked Cresselly, they welcomed Criced Sir Gar for two T20s, played as separate games.

Skipper Dylan Taylor won the toss and chose to bowl first, and the call was backed up by sme good fielding and bowling, restricting Carmarthenshire to 67-5.

Wickets were shared between Olly Badham, Olly Nutty, Morgan Britton, Caydyn McGuire and Taylor Lewis. There were good catches from Daniel Broomhall and Alfie Smethurst with Oli Cook pouching two good grabs.

Pembs passed the total in the 11th over with Olly Cook (36 not out retired) shining. Griff Jenkins (9), Olly Badham (17 not out retired), Sidak (19 not out retired) and Taylor (7 not out) all chipped in to and the side were allowed to bat on after passing the total, finishing 107-3.

In the second T20, Pembrokeshire U10s batted first.

The order was shuffled and Alfie (9), Charlie Holder (12 not out), Charlie Venables (9) and Olly Badham (9 not out) were the highest scores as Pembrokeshire posted 85 all out.

The 10s then completed a great all-round display by bowling and fielding excellently with 12 bowlers used in the innings. Wickets were shared between Griff (1), Cookie (1), Ieuan Prout (1), Nutty (1) and Dylan Taylor (2).

But it was Caydyn who held his nerve to bowl the last over with Criced Sir Gar needing 11 to win - and produced a brilliant double wicket maiden.

"The boys thoroughly enjoyed the day, winning both games," added Simon.

"The coaches took more pleasure from the performances and consistency. It was a hectic week which included four games in eight days but it's a week we are sure the squad won't forget."

The 10s finish off their season on Saturday, September 5th as they play Pembrokeshire 11s at Cresselly in a T20.