CAREW will face Neyland in the Harrison-Allen Bowl final after beating Burton in front of a packed house at Neyland Cricket Ground last night.

After being delayed twice because of the weather, the game was finally played at Neyland Cricket Club in front of a full house, who delighted in watching two sides that put up good scores whilst trying to earn the right to meet nine time champions Neyland in the final.

Carew won by eight wickets after chasing down Burton's total of 142-5 and will make their first appearance in the Bowl final since 2012.

Burton won the toss and chose to bat. They went 72 for 2 after 12 overs and 111 for 3 after 18 overs, finishing on 142 for 5 with Jack Davies top scoring, making 59.

When Carew came to bat they put up a confident resistance.

At one point the Rooks hit 110 for 1 with Lewis Hicks making 50.

Lewis Hicks made a total of 53 before being caught by Luke Hayman off Morgan Scales' bowling in the sixteenth over.

It didn't matter though as the Rooks had another feather in their cap in the form of Ian Sefton, who hit his 50 in the eighteenth over to leave Carew on a comfortable 132 for 2.

Carew saw it out by the nineteenth over making 147 for 2.

They will meet Neyland in the final after Neyland beat Cresselly a week ago (July 27) in what was described as one of the classic Bowl encounters.

Neyland scraped through beating Cresselly by just 2 runs with the Doves Iwan Izzard 2 runs shy of a century.

The final is scheduled to be played on August 28 at Cresselly Cricket Ground.