Division 2 reports:

Cresselly 2nds (171-7) lost to Carew 2nds (174-3) by 7 wickets

Robbie Hicks was the Carew hero as his knock of 88 not out led The Rooks to a derby win over Cresselly.

The Doves, who today have their Alec Colley Cup final with Neyland 2nds, made 171-7 in their 45 overs set up by an opening stand of 51 from Neal Williams (19) and Mike Venables (34).

Both fell to Jacob Knox though and despite No 3 Jamie Goldsworthy making 23, things looked precarious when they fell to 103-6.

But No 7 Damian Arthur top scored with 41 not out, including two big sixes, and skipper Matthew Lewis cracked four boundaries in his 24 to help post a decent total.

For Carew, Knox finished with 3-35, Barry Evans 2-14, and Rhys Canton 2-18.

Cresselly youngster Charlie Arthur (1-15) then had Dai Rees caught by Josh Lewis without scoring, but Evans and Hicks took the score to 66 before the former was bowled by Matthew Lewis (1-56) for 24.

Yori Hicks came in and hit two sixes and two fours in his 25 before holing out to Venables off Ollie Richards (1-62) – but father Robbie kept building.

He eventually finished with eight fours and a six in his name and finished just 12 short of a century, while Knox also finished unbeaten on 25 after four boundaries – helping Carew seal the win with seven overs in hand.

Haverfordwest 2nds (84 all out) lost to Kilgetty (195-9) by 111 runs

Despite the rain of the previous day The Racecourse was in good condition for this clash and Kilgetty took full advantage, their total of 195-9 too much for hosts Haverfordwest 2nds.

The visitors were set up by opener Ian Poole who hit eight fours in his 52, after a stand of 61 with Anthony Bevan who made 26 (three fours).

Vital contributions also came down the order from Toby Poole (18), Matthew Lewis (16), Robbie Beynon (18) and No 7 Robbie Beynon, who added vital late impetus with four fours in his 31 not out. Ollie Gambles also made a useful late 17.

For The Town, wickets fell to Josh Wilment (2-53), Will Phillips (1-52), Danny Dewstowe (4-41) and Nigel Morgan (2-48).

And the home side hit trouble early in their reply, falling to 10-3 as Levi Hughes removed Graham Jenkins (2) and Doug Johnson (0), and captain Morgan (7) was bowled by Gamble.

After that Stephen Arthur (23) and Danny Dewstowe (22) did their best to lead a recovery and Will Phillips made 11 – but wickets continued to fall as Hughes finished with 3-21, Gamble 1-25, and Beynon 3-16 – while Poole cleaned up the tail with a four over spell that yielded 3-1, plus three maidens.

Llechryd (79-2) beat Pembroke Dock (75 all out) by 8 wickets

Llechyrd will head into the last weekend of the season as league leaders after a top display of fielding and bowling set up a win over Pembroke Dock.

In fact, 49 of The Dock’s 75 runs came from No 6 Thomas Grimwood, who hit six boundaries and finished unbeaten - just missing out on the half century he deserved.

His knock helped his team recover from 16-6, but the next top scorer was extras with 10 while Scott Griffiths (7) was the only other batsman to get any kind of start.

A measure of how sharp the home side were in the field was the fact they notched three run outs, and the other wickets were shared between John Curran (1-6 in nine overs including five maidens), Peter Betteley (2-11), Graham Keen (2-14), and Luke Palmer-Davies (2-21).

The reply didn’t start well for the Cardiganshire side mind as they fell to 10-2, Billy Wood (2-36) having James Betteley (4) caught behind by Griffiths and then clean bowling Mike Carter (6).

But Joe Mansfield and John Curran steadied the ship, Mansfield hitting four fours in his 26 not out and Curran six fours and a maximum to be unbeaten on 39 to seal what was in the end a comfortable win.

Narberth (60-2) beat Johnston (59 all out) by 8 wickets

It will now be a mouth- watering final day fixture between Narberth and Llechryd after Davy Johns’ side hammered Johnston – meaning they will be 17 points behind their hosts next Saturday.

Visiting skipper John Summons opted to bat but his side were just 59 all out. Opener Steve James made a steady 19 (two fours) and No 4 Josh Hicks hit 21 (two fours and a six).

But the rest of the card made sorry reading as Ben Hughes took 5-11, and Matthew Johns (3-8) and Ben Quartermaine (2-13) cleaned up the rest.

Mark Hicks did salvage a bonus point for Johnston as he removed both Had Luff (1) and Lewis Hough (2) in his 2-21 – but the win was never in doubt as opener Richie Adams continued his form with 34 not out, 28 of which came in boundaries, and Jordan Howell was 15 not out at the other end.

Pembroke (38-0) beat Hook (35 all out) by 10 wickets

They were pretty much done in time for the Wales v England rugby international at Treleet as Pembroke made light work of Hook.

The visitors were blown away as they crashed to 35 all out, No 3 Craig Nutty the top scorer with 17 with Lewis Miller and Seth Willington the next top scorers with just 4 each.

The innings was done inside 27 overs and Rob Smythe bowled 12 of them, eight of which were maidens, to take figures of 4-6.

Sam Davies took 3-12 in five overs and there was a great cameo from Andrew Hay, who bowled just 10 balls that yielded three wickets and just one run.

It took Pembroke only 8.1 overs to knock the runs off, Jamie Kaijaks hitting three boundaries in his 17 not out and Aidan Fraser doing the same to end unbeaten on 18.