LLANGWM secured their place in the quarter finals of the Harrison Allen Bowl on Wednesday night (May 25) as they beat St Ishmaels by 4 runs.
Tish won the toss and chose to field and they restricted Llangwm to 146-9 in their 22 overs.
Noah Davies and Joe Kiff made a good start for the hosts as they shared 67 runs for the first wicket.
Kiff was the first man to go as he was caught by Ieuan Hawkins off the bowling of Brennan Devonald on a score of 27 that had included two fours and two sixes.
Soon after, Davies, who had hit one of each boundary in his score of 27, was also following Kiff back to the pavilion after being bowled by Jonathan Pawlett.
Pawlett also claimed the wicket of Will Beresford before Steven Mills departed on a score of 16 (1 four, 1 six) when he was caught and bowled by Devonald.
That left Llangwm on 107-4 but scores of 15 from Matthew Kiff and 16 not out from David Lewis saw them to their total.
For Tish, Pawlett finished with excellent figures of 4-41 while Devonald finished with 3-25.
Peter Bradshaw hit two early fours in his score of 12 but he was run out.
Karl Rhead and Andrew Palmer shared 42 runs for the second wicket as Palmer made his way to a score of 35.
Rhead was bowled by Steven Mills who then did the same to Brennan Devonald moments later.
Palmer had reached 42 with five fours and a six but when he was brilliantly caught by Luke Brock off the bowling of Mills, Tish had slipped to 77-4.
Phil Cockburn and Jonathan Pawlett then shared 23 runs for the fifth wicket as they looked to keep Tish in the game.
Pawlett hit a six but was then caught by Oliver Davies to give Mills his fourth wicket and figures of 4-28.
Cockburn and Andew Pawlett then shared 37 runs for the sixth wicket as they took the tie down to the final over of the game.
They scored 17 runs off the 20th over and 18 runs off the 21st over meaning they would need 11 off the final over to win it.
Cockburn took a run off the first to bring Pawlett on strike. After missing the third ball he went for a run that wasn’t there and keeper Beresford ran out Cockburn.
He had hit two fours and three sixes in his score of 39 from 30 balls.
Andrew Pawlett and Andrew Williams could only take five runs from the next five balls but it wasn’t enough for victory.
Pawlett finished unbeaten on a score of 20 from 11 balls with one four and two sixes.