Alan Brown Cup semi final: Stackpole (174-3) beat Hundleton (88 all out) by 86 runs

A century from John Williams set up a big win for Stackpole as they booked their place in the Alan Brown Cup final at Hundleton.

Richard Mackay's team went in as big favourites against a side playing two divisions below them, and took advantage of being put into bat by racking up 174-3 in 20 overs.

That was despite Ben Adams striking an early blow for the home side as he had Josh Lewis (10) caught and bowled, but Williams and Lewys Gibby took over from there.

The latter hit three fours and a six in his 29, before giving a catch to Adams off Steffan Williams. Yori Roberts made 12 before falling to the same bowler as he took 2-28.

But Stackpole opener Williams finished 112 not out, smashing 13 fours and six sixes to effectively bat Hundleton out the game.

Their task looked even bigger when Ewan MacDonald bowled Stuart McNiffe (1), but his partner Paul Fox batted well to make 40 (three fours and two sixes), and there was also 20 (two fours) from Hundleton's own John Williams.

Wickets fell regularly though and the home side were eventually 88 all out in the final over as MacDonald took 4-15 in his three overs, Mackay 2-13, George Smith 1-21, Alan Webster 2-25 and Paul Oeppen 1-12.

It means a final date for Mackay's men against Llanrhian at Whitland on Sunday, July 7th.