Neyland have recently had their shot at becoming UK Indoor Cricket champions scuppered, but the club will now host the 2020 Pembrokeshire League this winter.

The concept of indoor cricket is not possible in many parts of Wales and England due to current lockdown measures, but after discussions with organiser Peter Davies, it has been confirmed that games can go ahead in our county.

Martin Jones wrote to all clubs on behalf of the County Executive this morning to confirm the league would be running at the new Neyland Hub on Monday nights.

“Whilst we had a truncated cricket season the interest has been tremendous,” said Martin.

“With not many other sports being played we have an opportunity to carry on playing. The Pembrokeshire Groundsman’s Association have agreed to continue their sponsorship to help what will be the inaugural season of the competition at Neyland.”

As per the summer, those involved will have to adhere to Cricket Wales guidelines.

Martin added that if enough teams were prepared to enter, the league would be able to run without clubs paying any fees – and said teams could merge if it meant being able to take part.

“Amalgamated sides will be allowed for anyone struggling to get teams but, in the event of the winner going onto any kind of national finals, obviously then they would not qualify.

“If demand is great we may have to limit entry to one club per side but we simply ask if you do enter - you have enough players to fulfil all your fixtures.”

Games will be on Monday nights from 6-9pm and any clubs interested in taking part can contact Peter by October 23rd at the latest - with a view to the league starting in November. His contact details are or 07833 115445.