Division 2 reports from Saturday, June 22nd:

Johnston (187-8) lost to Cresselly 2nds (192-3)

An undefeated century from Adam Chandler ensured the vital clash at the bottom of the table went the way of Cresselly 2nds.

Both sides went in without a win to their name this season, but after Johnston recorded their highest score of the season with 187-8, opener Chandler guided his side home with 124 not out.

Johnston got a good start as Chris Goodridge and Geno Cleal put on 52, before the latter fell to Morgan Lewis having hit six fours and a maximum in his quickfire 35.

Goodridge was then LBW to Richard Harries for 24 (four fours) but the rest of the top six continued the momentum.

No 3 John Summons made a patient 38 not out and played the foil to Josh Hicks (30 - three fours and a six), Lewis (13) and Liam Boswell (25).

For The Doves, wickets were shared between Harries (1-30), Matthew (1-37) and Morgan Lewis (1-25), Charlie Arthur (1-23), Corey Lewis (2-34) and Steffan Jenkins (2-29).

But Chandler and Mike Venables then gave Cresselly a platform in their chase by putting on 88, the latter hitting a six and three fours in his 26 before being trapped LBW by Liam Boswell (1-39).

Rhydian Rees didn't hang around with 10 fours in his 45 before also being leg before to Mark Hicks (1-68) but all the time Chandler was accelerating, eventually finishing with 22 fours and two sixes.

He was joined at the end by Charlie Arthur (7 not out) as the visitors hit their target in the 32nd over - Chandler finishing it in style with a maximum.

Haverfordwest 2nds (206-3) drew with Pembroke Dock (157-8)

A knock of 68 from Doug Johnson ensured Haverfordwest 2nds had the better of their draw with Pembroke Dock - although the visitors did creep inside the 50 run margin.

Opener Johnson hit five fours before eventually being run out, but skipper Nigel Morgan pushed on with 43 (six fours) before also falling in the same way.

A stand of 45 between Evan Watts (28 not out) and James Marchant (14 not out) then helped The Town over the 200 mark as Billy Wood (1-53) and Jake Davies (1-50) finished as the only bowlers to take a wicket.

The Dock never looked like knocking off the runs despite No 3 Jake Davies cracking seven fours in his 54, while Wood (28) and Jamie Davies (20) also held up the home side.

And they fell two wickets short of outright victory despite the efforts of James Marchant (4-26), Evan Watts (1-19), Teo Krol (1-30), Filigi Varghese (1-34), and Lewis Rhead (1-29).

Hook (149-3) beat Carew 2nds (148-8)

Jamie Phelps hit 71 as Hook got their promotion charge back on track by chasing down Carew 2nds.

The Rooks made 148-8, thanks mainly to opener Haydn Shapcott who hit five fours in his 52.

There was also 20 from Morgan Grieve and a useful 36 from No 7 Rhys Grigg, who struck five fours and a six before being bowled by David Hopkins.

It gave the latter figures of 2-35, while there were also wickets for Aled Phelps (2-28), Matthew Holder (2-63), and Connor James (1-12).

Carew struck early in the Hook reply as Kerry Waters (1-27) removed George James, but then came a stand of 94 between the Phelps' boys, before Aled holed out to Grieve off Barry Evans having made 40 (five fours).

Jamie soon followed after stroking 13 fours as Carl Thomas (1-12) struck, but Brennan Martin smashed two fours and two sixes to finish 22 not out as he and Jacob Lay (1 not out) finished the job.

Narberth (107-3) beat Llechryd (103 all out)

There was a change at the top of the league as Narberth hammered Llechryd to replace them as leaders.

The visitors, minus the in-form John Curran, were shot out for 103 despite 59 from No 3 Jonny Lewis as he hit six fours.

But only James Betterley (13) joined him in making any kind of impression against Loui Davies (2-16), Ben Quartermaine (3-22), Lewis Hough (2-21) and spinner Mike Reekie, who took 3-4 in just 3.2 overs.

Hadd Luff and Richie Adams then put on 37 in the Narberth reply before Adams hit four successive boundaries to take the score to 51-0 - only to be caught next ball by Graham Keen off Andrew Fletcher (1-28).

The sparked brief panic as Davies and Hough both fell to Keen but at 53-3, Kyle Quartermaine ensured there was no further dramas by blasting four fours and two sixes in his 34 not out.

Luff meanwhile stayed unbeaten on 36 (six fours) as Narberth notched a big win.

Pembroke (231-3) lost to Kilgetty (232-6) by 4 wickets

Kilgetty notched a league win for the first time since May 11 and they did so in style with an epic chase at Treleet.

Phil Hay had seemingly set Pembroke up with an unbeaten century, but Tom Lewis led the Kilgetty charge with 97 not out to guide his side to a great win.

Hay had earlier cracked 114 not out and there were useful knocks from Paul White (38) and Jonathan Rogers (31 not out), while Anthony Bevan (1-53) and Rob Beynon (1-56) stuck to their task with the ball.

It was Lewis who then led the reply though while there was also a hard hitting 74 from Kyle Marsh, and Bevan chipped in with 25.

And although Sam Davies took 3-59, Lewis was still there at the end as the visitors prevailed.