Pembroke County Cricket Club Division 2 reports:

Carew 2nds (85 all out) lost to Pembroke (88-1) by 9 wickets

It was a ‘Hay’ day for Pembroke at Carew as Andrew and Phil starred in a 9 wicket win.

Andrew was instrumental in shooting the home side out for just 85 in 37 overs, taking 5-32 in his 10 over spell.

Sam Davies was also watertight in his 3-27 from seven overs, and there were also two run outs as The Rooks struggled to get going after opener Eugene McCarney had fallen for 30 (three fours). There was also 13 for Barry Evans and 15 for Dai Rees.

The home side then had hope though when Rhys Grigg bowled Pembroke skipper Jack Harries (1) – but then came an unbeaten stand of 81 between the Hay boys.

Andrew made 43 not out with four fours and a six, and Phil was unbeaten on 39 (six fours) as the away side won it in under 24 overs.

Hook (93 all out) lost to Pembroke Dock (94-5) by 5 wickets

Pembroke Dock’s survival hopes were given a huge boost at Hook as good bowling displays from Nick Daley and Scott Griffiths gave them the edge in a tense affair.

The home side were bowled out for 93, finding themselves 24-6 as Daley ripped through the top order with 4-13 while there was also 2-12 at the other end from Billy Wood.

Then Matthew Holder rescued matters somewhat with 37 not out, including five boundaries, but wickets continued to fall around him and despite a big six from No 10 Will Goronwy (14), Griffiths helped clean up the tail with 3-41 and Jamie White took 1-21.

But the Dock were soon in trouble themselves as opener Daley was skittled second ball by Aled Phelps, who also removed Wood (6) and Hillier-Wood (9) on route to figures of 3-22 - while Holder (1-19) got rid of Luke Murray (4) to leave matters at 25-4.

Griffiths and Peter Kingdom steadied the chase though, putting on 54 and by the time Kingdom (20) fell lbw to Seth Willington (1-23) the Dock were almost there.

Griffiths stayed firm on 27 not out (three fours), and Jamie White (8 not out) joined him in getting the away side over the line.

Johnston (211 all out) drew with Haverfordwest 2nds (185-9)

Johnston’s upturn in form continued at Glebelands as they notched a second successive winning draw by getting the better of Haverfordwest 2nds.

The home side were all out for 211 despite having opener Geno Cleal clean bowled by Nigel Morgan before a run was on the board.

Chris Goodridge gave them a platform though with six fours in his 33 and Liam James made 23 (three fours and a six).

There was more hard hitting from Josh Hicks as he cracked four fours and three sixes before holing out off Matthew Vaughan for 49, but Liam Boswell (14), Nick Davies (26) and Lewis Boswell (40) all helped push the total past the 200 mark.

For The Town, William Phillips had an eventful 12 over spell of 4-59, while Teo Krol took 2-50, Morgan 1-13, James Marchant 1-54, and Vaughan 1-34.

Haverfordwest were then given hope of chasing down their target by their top order. Dai Haynes made 17 (four fours) but it was opening partner Doug Johnson who really got things going with seven fours and a six in his 55 - before being run out.

James Marchant made 26 (five fours) and Dan Field 24, but Johnston were striking regularly as Keegan Codd (2-37), Keegan Codd (1-30), Curtis Hicks (1-42) his dad Mark (2-51) and two more run outs left matters at 183-9.

But Jamie Jenkins (22 not out) and Krul (1 not out) stayed strong at the death to deny the hosts maximum points.

Kilgetty (81 all out) lost to Llechryd (82-1) by 9 wickets

Llechryd moved another step closer to a long awaited return to the top flight as they made light work or Kilgetty.

They shot the home side out for 81 as only Kyle (26) and Geoff Marsh (24) got any kind of scores, with Graham Keen (4-14), Peter Betterley (3-31) and John Curran (2-19) combining to set up a seemingly comfortable chase.

And so it proved as although Alex Thomas (1-31) removed Cefin Evans for 17, Michael Carter (27 not out) and Curran (25 not out) ensured 30 points for the visitors.

Narberth (144-3) beat Cresselly 2nds (143 all out) by 7 wickets

It was a case of two brothers working in tandem for Narberth as Matthew and Davy Johns took all 10 Cresselly wickets between them – before Richie Adams led the successful chase.

Davy took 5-26 in 12 overs and Matthew 5-32 in 9.1 – and yet it had all looked so different as Cresselly openers Scott Arthur and Mike Venables put on 80 for the opening wicket.

Arthur hit seven boundaries in his 44 while Venables went on to score 61, including seven fours and a six - but aside from that Stefan Jenkins was the top scorer with 13 as The Doves middle and lower order collapsed.

The visitors did then strike early when Hadd Luff (6) fell to Richard Harries (1-29), but Adams and Mick Haltham then put on 102, ended when the latter went to Ollie Richards (1-38) having made 36 (six fours and a six).

Adams reached 60 (11 fours) before Charlie Arthur (1-38) struck, but Lewy Davies (25 not out) and Jordan Howell (17 not out) eased Narberth home with room to spare.