Pembroke County Cricket Club previews and fixtures for Saturday, Aug 12:
Division 1 (1.30pm):
Carew v Kilgetty
A losing pull in Neyland was not a outcome The Rooks were looking for final week – though with Rhys Davids daring with a bat, avoiding undisguised improved might nonetheless infer essential in their query for a title. The losing pull left them 26 points transparent of Cresselly, and they will be favourites to win tomorrow opposite a Kilgetty side that has struggled opposite a tip sides in a Division this summer.
Indeed, today’s visitors are nonetheless to kick any of a tip five, though they to need a outcome for opposite reasons, as they distortion usually 22 points transparent of a dump section after 5 true defeats.
Cresselly v Johnston
Keeping a penetrating eye on a above result will be these two, with Cresselly chasing Carew and Johnston looking to power in Kilgetty.
Cresselly bounced behind from their Bowl improved with a extensive win during Whitland final week, and Neilson Cole and co know zero reduction than feat will do here.
They play a Johnston side who can go from one impassioned to a other. They could simply be steam rolled, and during a same time, if their tip sequence gets going afterwards a likes of Dan Sutton and Leigh Summons will give them a chance.
Haverfordwest v Pembroke
The Town’s power has forsaken given their improved in a Alec Colley final, beaten by Carew a week after and stumbling rather final week notwithstanding usually chasing 62 to kick Kilgetty.
You think Potter and co have an eye on subsequent deteriorate already with a series of youngsters now featuring, and on paper, they should still have too most for a Pembroke side though a win to their name this season.
Indeed, tomorrow will all though positively endorse their relegation, and we clarity they will acquire a finish of a deteriorate and a possibility to re-group.
Lawrenny v Whitland
A Joe Kidney desirous Lawrenny won during Johnston final week, finale any fears of dropping into a bottom two.
In that clarity it is pursuit done, though they will wish to finish with a bit of movement opposite a Whitland side still pulling for a tip 3 finish.
Iestyn Scourfield’s side were unsatisfactory in being blown divided by Cresselly final week, and they won’t wish to finish a good deteriorate by stumbling to a finish.
St Ishmaels v Neyland
Rather than put their feet up, Neyland seemed buoyed by their Bowl win final week as they got a improved of leaders Carew.
Nathan Banner’s heartless hit of 95 not out was a sign of his mortal talent, and we don’t design Sean Hannon’s group to dump their power tomorrow, with a captain carrying already oral of his goal to finish strongly.
Tish won simply during Pembroke final Saturday, and their batting line adult will again demeanour to build around skipper Peter Bradshaw as they pull for a tip half finish.
Division 2 (1.30pm):
Burton v Stackpole
Llechryd v Llangwm
Narberth v Llanrhian
Saundersfoot v Haverfordwest II
Whitland II v Carew II
Division 3 (1.45pm):
Haverfordwest III v Pembroke Dock
Herbrandston v Hook
Johnston II v Cresselly II
Llanrhian II v Lamphey
Neyland II v Lawrenny II
Division 4 (1.45pm):
Crymych v Narberth II
Hook II v Saundersfoot II
Hundleton v Burton II
Kilgetty II v St Ishmaels II
Pembroke II v Llechryd II
Division 5 (1.45pm):
Cresselly III v Neyland III
Llangwm II v Carew III
Pembroke Dock II v Laugharne
Stackpole II v Whitland III