Harrison Allen Bowl Round 2:

Lawrenny walkover v Johnston - Johnston unable to field a team    

Burton (139 all out) lost to Whitland (160-8) by 21 runs

The good form of Geraint Jones continued as Whitland had too much for Burton at Oatfield Park.

With his side 38-2, Jones hit 62 and shared a stand of 80 with Jonathan Thomas, leading the Borderers to 160-8.

The home side were then 21 runs short in their reply despite 48 from opener Toby Hayman.

After skipper Matthew Davies opted to bat, Whitland openers Dylan Blain (16) and Jack Bowen (16) got starts, but it was the big hitting of Jones that again caught they eye as he hit six fours and three sixes in his half century.

Thomas meanwhile, hit two fours on his way to 31 while Luke Hayman took 3-23, and Johnny (2-44) and Morgan Scale (2-45) also helped stem the flow.

In their reply Burton fell to 45-2 as Thomas removed Matthew Webb (7) and Jonathan Venables (15), but Hayman and Morgan Scale kept their side in it with a partnership of 40.

But Davies then removed the latter for 18 (one six), and the same bowler had Hayman caught by Bowen just two short of his half century, having hit two fours and a maximum.

After that the Burton chase petered out despite Dan Llewellyn (10) hitting two late fours, before he was last man out with just one ball of the innings to spare.

For Whitland, Davies took 4-39, Thomas 2-24, Wayne Howells 2-29, and Nathan Evans 1-14.

Saundersfoot (221-4) beat Pembroke Dock (103 all out) by 118 runs

There was no chance of an upset as Saundersfoot as the Division One side hammered Pembroke Dock.

The Dock started well as Billy Wood (1-50) had Danny Caine (4) caught by Jake Smith, but then came a stand of 141 between John Mansbridge and Nick Cope.

Mansbridge made 45 (three fours and two sixes), while No 3 Cope eventually went for a big hitting 82 (six fours and six sixes).

Sam Franklin (five fours and a six in his 35) and James Caine (three fours and a six in his 29) also kept the run rate going with some late hitting, as Jamie White (2-43) took wickets for the Dock.

The Division Two team's reply started well as Smith hit three fours before being bowled by Franklin for 20, and after that only fellow opener Luke Murray with 13 (three fours), Craig Butland with 12 and Scott Griffiths with 23 (two fours) looked settled.

But wickets fell regularly to Neil Powling (3-15), Cope (3-14), Franklin (1-26) and Danny Caine (2-42) as the Dock were 103 all out.