KILGETTY earned their fifth win of the season on Saturday (May 28) as they beat Narberth seconds by 157 runs.
The Division 3 leaders batted first and amassed a brilliant total of 308-4 in their innings with some excellent hitting.
Tom Lewis top scored with 93 while there were also scores of 85 from Toby Poole, 50 from Richard Cope and Jack Tucker finished unbeaten on 42.
Narberth’s Jake Thomas was the pick of the bowlers as he finished with figures of 2-42.
In reply, Mike Johns had to retire hurt on 38, Rhodri Dyer added 37 and Emyr Jenkins scored 20 but it wasn’t enough.
Tucker added to his earlier runs with figures of 2-29 and Anthony Bevan also took two wickets.
Hook seconds beat Laugharne
Hook seconds remain Kilgetty’s closest challengers as they beat Laugharne by seven wickets on Saturday.
Laugharne batted first and saw Alan Carter finish not out on 112. He had good support from Craig Hurst who added 49 and James Devonald who scored 35. That helped Laugharne post 236-5.
Jamie Phelps took two wickets for Hook and Wayne Griffiths finished with figures of 2-40.
In reply, Hook batted well as Phelps scored 55 beforr Jack Phillips and Oscar Willington.
Willington was not out on 65 while Phillips was unbeaten on 74 to help steer their side home.
Stackpole earn big win over Llanrhian seconds
STACKPOLE secured their second win of the season on Saturday as they beat Llanrhian seconds by 131 runs.
They scored 223-7 in their innings; Richard MacKay the mainstay of it as he finished unbeaten on 115.
John Williams gave good support with a score of 36. Rob John finished with 3-43 for Llanrhian.
In reply, Llanrhian did not look like they were going to trouble Stackpole’s total with Simon Bevan claiming outstanding figures of 6-15.
Karl Davies did score 22 and James Morris was not out on 49 at the end but Llanrhian were bowled out for 92.
Town seconds prove too strong for Neyland seconds
HAVERFORDWEST seconds secured another win on Saturday as they beat Neyland seconds by six wickets.
Neyland batted first but they were bowled out for just 101 after an excellent bowling performance.
Andrew Williams (2-20), SImon Williams (2-12), Ashoka Senavirathna (2-15) and Matthew Vaughan (2-24) all claimed two wickets each while Dean Flood claimed figures of 1-17.
Stephen Murray top scored with 28 and Sam Laugharne added 13 before Tom Pritchard finished unbeaten on 12.
In reply, Senavirathna scored 19 before Dan Field finished unbeaten on 35 to see his side home.
Tish seconds earn narrow win over Cresselly seconds
Tish seconds batted first and were bowled out for 170 as Scott Finlay top scored with 53.
Matthew Lewis was in fine form for Cresselly, taking five wickets while Christian Phillips claimed 2-34.
In reply, Scott Arthur scored 44 and Julian Arthur added 24. Neal Williams scored 25 but it wasn’t enough for victory.
Robbie Thomas claimed excellent figures of 4-22 and Steve Williams took three wickets to help Tish bowl Cresselly out for 159, just 11 runs short of their target.