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Harrison Allen Bowl: Dock see off Hook to progress

PEMBROKE Dock reached the second round of the Harrison Allen Bowl on Wednesday night (May 11) as they beat Hook by 42 runs.

Hook won the toss and elected to field and they were able to restrict the home side to 148-4 from their 22 overs.

In reply, Hook were bowled out for 106 and the win sets up a second round tie at home against Kilgetty.

Jake Davies and Tom Grimwood got the Dock going with an opening stand of 25 runs but Grimwood fell when he was caught by Seth Willington off the bowling of Callum James.

Davies was joined by Scott Griffiths and the pair added another 41 runs for the second wicket.

Griffiths was run out on a score of 10 by Lewis Miller but Davies and Billy Wood continued to put runs on the board.

Wood hit a four and a six as his score of 16 came from 13 balls but he was caught by Aled Phelps off the bowling of Harry Makepeace.

Soon after, Archie Hillier-Wood was run out by Makepeace as the Dock slipped to 101-4.

Davies had just reached his fifty before that wicket fell and he went on to finish unbeaten on 74 from 63 balls.

He had good support from Rhys Daley who finished unbeaten on 18.

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That set Hook 149 to win but they lost Lewis Miller early on in their reply when he was caught by Scott Griffiths off the bowling of Euan McDonald.

Owen Phelps was also caught by Griffiths off the bowling of Billy Wood as Hook were reduced to 22-2.

Aled Phelps and Jacob Lay did their best to get their side back in the game and they shared 39 runs for the third wicket.

Lay hit two fours and a six in his score of 16 but he was then caught by Tom Grimwood off the bowling of Jamie White.

Moments later, Seth Willington fell to the bowling of Neil Gregory who also claimed the wicket of Harry Makepeace.

Inbetween those wickets, Phelps, who had hit three fours and a six in his score of 33, was caught by Jake Davies off the bowling of White.

That saw Hook slip to 73-6 and their hopes of victory began to slip away.

Rob Makepeace also fell to Jamie White before Bradley Flood, who had hit two fours and two sixes in his score of 26 from 19 balls, was run out by Jake Davies.

White then wrapped up the innings with the wickets of Callum James and Chris Holder to finish with figures of 5-37.