THE final friendly of the season in the regional cricket was a bowler's delight as three of the men holding the ball took quadruple wickets including Pembroke's Johnathan Thomas.

Pembroke County Cricket got one back on regional opponents the South Wales Cricket Association, beating them by 85 runs in.

South Wales had beaten Pembroke earlier in the year but this time around saw a reversal of fortunes.

Pembroke won the toss and elected to bat, making 177 for 9. In response South Wales Cricket Association were 92 all out.

A first wicket partnership of 65 between Toby Hayman and Patrick Bellerby went a big step to helping secure victory for the county but the game was won as much with ball as bat.

Johnathan Thomas took four wickets for Pembroke including five and six, Tomas Morgan and Simon Holliday, as week as tailenders Joe Morgan and Mohammed Azza - out for a duck.

In total three bowlers took four wickets as stumps fell willingly at Kilgetty Cricket Club.

South Wales bowlers weren’t too shabby themselves, both Josef Davies and Holliday taking four wickets each.

Davies took three of the opening four, including breaking Hayman and Bellerby's partnership, before he bowled Ashley Sutton (in at four, making a commendable 31).

Holliday had a spell of three wickets in a row in the middle order, taking Christian Phillips for 4, and Jack Badham and Rob Lewis for one.

Despite these figures South Wales batting attack fell apart, Ashley Colston top scoring with 25 and only two other batters (Davies, 17, Holliday 13) making double figure scores.