Harrison Allen Bowl quarter final: Herbrandston (72 all out) lost to Haverfordwest (73-4) by 6 wickets

Adam James took 4-7 in six overs as 2016 winners Haverfordwest booked their place in the Harrison-Allen Bowl semi finals at Herbie.

The Division Three side were put into bat by Danny Potter and didn't start badly as they found themselves 18-0 - only to then collapse to 39-8. And despite 20 not out from No 10 Rob Kingston, a total of 72 was never going to be enough.

It was James who got the ball rolling by clean bowling Jonty Bennett (4) and Ryan Davies (0), as opener Leigh Marchant was the only top order batsman to make any impression with 17 (four fours), before he was skittled by Archie Thomas.

The latter went on to take 3-23, and Clive Tucker also had a wicket when Jay Power (0) was smartly stumped by Jack Scriven, but Robert Hood (11) and Kingston then partly rescued matters with a stand of 28.

Kingston hit three fours to help take the score to 72-9 but then in the 20th over, the Tucker/Scriven combination struck again as Paul Nicholas (4) was stumped to give the spinner 2-17.

Mike Jones and Ben Field then took the Town's reply to 36-0 when Hood bowled Jones (9), who then had Lee Summons (3) and Field both trapped LBW, the latter having made 27 (three fours).

It gave Hood 3-15 in his six overs.

Potter also fell, bowled by Jack Wilson (1-27) for 3, but Dai Davies (19 not out) and Jake Merry (1 not out) ensured there were no further dramas by sealing the win in 18.4 overs.