Home » Wanderers go third with win

Wanderers go third with win

IN Division 2 of the South Wales Premier League, Carmarthen Wanderers moved up to third as they beat Clydach by 81 runs on Saturday (Jun 9).

The Wanderers batted first and made 207-7 in their innings thanks to a score of 40 from Owain Davies, 30 from Steven Mills and a score of 70 not out from Owain Binding.

In reply, only three of Clydach’s batsmen made it into double figures as Sam Davies scored 39, James Garland scored 24 and Nicky Fisher added 10.

Robbie Crawford and Steven Mills did the damage for the home side as they each took three wickets.

Also in Division 2, Llanelli suffererd defeat as they were bowled out for 91 in reply to Penarth’s score of 192 all out.

Penarth had scores of 28 from Nick Morgan, 20 from Jonathan Davies and 27 from Morgan Humphreys but all failed to go on and make bigger scorers.

Steven Devonald took four wickets for the loss of 31 runs while Iwan Rees also struck twice for Llanelli.

They then struggled in their reply as scores of 27 from Steven Devonald and 37 from Matthew Roberts were the only two in double figures.

Richard Skone took four wickets for Penarth and three more from Ryan Sylvester ensured a win for their side.

On Saturday, Llanelli will look to bounce back when they take on Ynystawe while Carmarthen Wanderers travel to Newport to take on the Fugitives.

In Division 1 of the South Wales Premier League Ammanford earned a nine wicket win over Bridgend to move up to fifth place in the table.

Bridgend batted first and made 176-9 in their innings with Chris Bushell scoring 27, Tom Baker adding 32 and Thomas Cogbill top scoring on 57.

Daniel Roberts was the pick of the bowlers for Ammanford with four wickets for the loss of only 24 runs.

In reply, Alun Evans made 23 before he was caught off the bowling of Jack Davies.#

That was the only wicket to fall as Elis Richards finished not out on 69 while Daniel Roberts hit six fours and a six in a knock of 67 knock out.

It meant that Ammanford won the game with time to spare and on Saturday, they are at home as they take on second from bottom Mumbles.