Ken Morris Memorial Cup: Narberth (117-9) lost to Crymych (119-1) by 9 wickets

Crymych captain Sam Kurtz was in top form as his side rounded off their first Ken Morris Cup campaign with a win on Sunday.

The visitors restricted Narberth to 117-9 in 20 overs, and then passed the total just one wicket down as Kurtz finished 75 not out.

The win came too late to affect the group standings, with Haverfordwest 3rds having already qualified for the final where they'll face Neyland 3rds this Saturday in Narberth, 12pm start.

The Narberth innings was carried by 35 from Nigel Nicholas, while 27 extras also boosted things as well as a useful 16 not out from Charlie Phillips.

Crymych kept on top through hauls of 3-24 from Alan Luke and 2-5 from Steffan Jones.

And although Jamie Bohata (1-17) then struck early, Kurtz and No 3 Richard Thorne (26 not out) made light work of chase.

It meant every Ken Morris group game was played to completion, testament to both the clubs and competition organiser Richard Howell.

And now it's Neyland and holders Haverfordwest who will face off this Saturday in a repeat of the 2017 final.

The Town, led by Jason Phillips, have an experienced line up and will go in on the back of three straight wins. Neyland meanwhile, will be captained by Sam Laugharne and themselves are in good form, following up a thrilling draw with Carew 3rds by beating Hundleton and Nomads.

The game will again be 20 overs per side with a midday start, and the weather is currently set fair for what should be enjoyable end to the Pembrokeshire cricket season.