DR Morris Cup quarter finals:

Narberth (62 all out) lost to Haverfordwest (137 all out) by 75 runs

Division Two side Narberth restricted Haverfordwest to just 137 all out – but then any chances of an upset were blown away as the home side were shot out for 62.

Town skipper Danny Potter opted to bat and saw openers Mike Jones (15) and Ben Field (19) both get brisk starts before falling to Louis Davies.

Dai Davies (1) was bowled by Matthew Johns and after No 3 Lee Summons also cracked two sixes in his 21 before holing out to Richie Adams off the same bowler, and Johns them also removed Jake Merry for a duck to leave the visitors 82-5.

Archie Thomas prompted a bit of a revival with 21 off 14 balls, including two fours and a six before being run out, and Adam James (9) cracked one over the ropes as Haverfordwest were all out in h, their final over.

For Narberth, Johns finished with great figures of 5-26, Ben Hughes 1-26, Davies 2-25, and Ben Quartermaine 1-25.

But their reply never got going. They reached 11-0 before spinner Clive Tucker clean bowled Davies (4) and Jordan Howell (0) in successive balls, and after James bowled Adams (4) and Tucker picked up a third victim in Ben Quartermaine, the score stood at 12-4 and the game was all but over.

In fact it was only No 10 Johns who reached double figures, hitting a four and a six in a defiant 16 before in the 17th over, he was last man out LBW to Chris Fitzpatrick.

For Potter’s side Tucker finished with figures of 3-10, James 1-9, Archie Thomas 3-22, Fitzpatrick 2-9 and Summons 1-7.

Lawrenny (114-1) beat Pembroke Dock (113-6) by 9 wickets

Harry Thomas and Kurtis Marsh helped Lawrenny make light work of Pembroke Dock after the home side could only post 113-6, despite a great effort from opener Jake Griffiths.

Despite losing partner Luke Murray (0) LBW to Rob Williams early on, and then seeing No 3 Billy Wood (3) caught and bowled by Jamie Lewis, Griffiths smashed 58 (five fours) before he was eventually sixth man out as he was caught by Lewis off Ryan Morton.

There were late runs for Thomas Grimwood (14) and Niall Brunton (13 not out) to help the Dock past three figures, as Lawrenny wickets were shared between Williams (1-8), Lewis (1-17), Marsh (1-23), Thomas (1-34) and Morton (2-27).

The home reply got a bad start as Thomas Cole (6) was run out, but then Thomas and No 3 Marsh took over.

The latter wasted no time in reaching 63 not out (12 fours), and Thomas was more measured with 39 not out (seven fours) as the pair secured the win in 16 overs.

Whitland (186-6) beat Carew (134-7) by 52 runs

The big hitting of Jack Bowen and Geraint Jones set up Whitland for a comfortable win over Carew.

Opener Bowen cracked 57 and the in-form Jones 48, while Jonathan Thomas also made 40 to help the Borderers to 186-6 in their 20 overs, while Tom Davies (1-46), Rhys Davies (2-37), Simon Wood (1-23), Iori Hicks (1-29), and Ceri Brace (1-23) took wickets for the away side.

It was Thomas who then disrupted the reply of the Rooks as despite good knocks from Tom Davies (47) and Nick Davies (22), the spinner took 4-27 in his four overs – while Jones (1-34), Bowen (1-17) and skipper Matthew Davies (1-22) restricted Carew to 134-7.

Semi finals:

Lawrenny v Whitland and Neyland v Haverfordwest - dates and venues to be confirmed.