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Pembroke County Cricket Club Annual Lunch Presentation 2019

Tom Davies receiving the George Cole Cup
from Ms Helen Bowen and Mr Robert Croft

 
County Club Chairman, Mr Paul Webb, Mr Robert Croft
and County Club President, Mr Nick Evans

Pembroke County Cricket Club: Season 2019: Division Two Top 20 Run Scorers
Club Name
Runs
Innings
H/S
N/O
Comp. Inns
Avg
50
100
Narberth Richard Adams
927
18
116 n/o
8
10
92.70
7
2
Llechryd John Curran
789
15
111 n/o
5
10
78.70
2
3
Johnston Josh Hicks
565
13
157
0
13
43.46
3
1
Pembroke Dock Scott Griffiths
478
16
126 n/o
3
13
36.76
1
1
Carew Robert Hicks
473
17
100 n/o
4
13
36.38
1
1
Pembroke Andrew Hay
451
13
100 n/o
2
11
41.00
2
1
Kilgetty Kyle Marsh
449
11
122
0
11
40.81
3
1
Pembroke Phil Hay
437
13
114 n/o
4
9
48.55
2
1
Kilgetty Toby Poole
435
12
91 n/o
2
10
43.50
4
0
Hook Jamie Phelps
416
11
126
2
9
46.22
2
1
Narberth Had Luff
408
13
129 n/o
3
10
40.80
1
1
Hook Aled Phelps
406
15
69
1
14
29.00
3
0
Kilgetty Christian Phillips
395
13
61 n/o
3
10
39.50
2
0
Llechryd James Betterley
395
16
53
3
13
30.38
2
0
Kilgetty Ross Hardy
364
5
129
1
4
91.00
0
2
Pembroke Paul White
359
16
60
2
14
25.64
2
0
Haverfordwest Doug Johnston
335
14
68
1
13
25.76
3
0
Haverfordwest Nigel Morgan
322
14
47
1
13
24.76
0
0
Johnston Geno Cleal
318
16
76
0
16
19.87
2
0
Pembroke Johnathan Rogers
307
11
114 n/o
5
6
51.16
1
1

 

Pembroke County Cricket Club: Season 2019: Division Two Top 20 Wicket Takers
Club Name
Overs
Maidens
Runs
Wickets
Avg
B/F
Pembroke Sam Davies
131.5
14
535
43
12.44
6-35
Narberth Ben Quartermaine
133
31
335
35
9.57
5-18
Hook Matthew Holder
138.3
21
490
33
14.84
4-23
Pembroke Rob Smythe
183
61
492
32
15.37
5-24
Haverfordwest James Marchant
109
12
484
30
16.13
7-58
Llechryd Graham Keen
106.5
22
382
29
13.17
5-20
Llechryd Rhys Beard
154.3
37
427
28
15.25
7-14
Narberth Loui Davies
128.2
28
417
28
14.89
4-10
Pembroke Andrew Hay
86.4
6
353
26
13.57
5-32
Pembroke Dock Billy Wood
154.3
25
623
26
23.96
3-33
Llechryd Jion Curran
137
45
349
25
13.96
4-24
Narberth Matthew Johns
78.5
8
212
25
8.48
5-17
Narberth Mike Reekie
85.5
9
345
24
14.37
5-26
Llechryd Peter Betterley
117.3
35
314
24
13.08
4-28
Hook Aled Phelps
139
30
458
22
20.81
5-33
Cresselly Matthew Lewis
104
10
425
21
20.33
4-33
Kilgetty Robert Beynon
96.3
12
401
21
19.09
4-28
Pembroke Dock Nick Daley
143
21
608
19
32.00
4-13
Narberth Ben Hughes
71.1
8
251
19
13.21
6-57
Carew Barry Evans
96.5
15
362
18
20.11
3-68
Johnston Mark Hicks
105
17
410
18
22.77
4-87

Haverfordwest Cricket Club, Winners of the Harrison-Allen Bowl
 
Neyland CC, winners of the Duggie Morris Cup
 
Neyland Cricket Club, Winners of the Alec Colley Cup
 
Hook Cricket Club, Winners of the Ormond Youth Plate
 
Burton Ladies, winners of the Clive Huxley Cup
 
Haverfordwest Cricket Club, winners of the Ken Morris Cup
 
Llanrhian Cricket Club, winners of the Alan Brown Cup
 
George James (Captain) and Harry Makepiece (Man of the Match), recieving their Ormond Youth Plate awards from County Club Chairman, Mr. Paul Webb.

Pembroke County Cricket Club: Season 2019: Division One Top 20 Run Scorers
Club Name
Runs
Innings
H/S
N/O
Comp. Inns
Avg
50
100
Carew Tom Davies
936
18
102 n/o
3
15
62.40
9
1
Cresselly Dan sutton
936
18
139
2
16
58.50
2
4
Haverfordwest Simon Holliday
927
15
127
4
11
84.27
4
4
Neyland Nick Kooman
802
18
127 n/o
7
11
72.90
7
1
Lawrenny Harry Thomas
574
16
109 n/o
3
13
44.15
3
2
Llangwm Joseph Kiff
569
15
106
0
15
37,91
5
1
Cresselly Phil Williams
559
12
116
1
11
50.81
5
1
Saundersfoot Nick Cope
540
17
119
0
17
31.76
4
1
St. Ishmaels Phil Cockburn
513
16
89
1
17
30.17
4
0
Whitland Geriant Jones
488
16
150
0
16
30.50
1
1
Neyland Patrick Bellerby
478
14
107 n/o
2
12
39.83
2
1
Whitland Matthew Davies
459
18
62 n/o
5
13
35.30
2
0
Burton Toby Hayman
448
15
77
0
15
30.60
3
0
Cresselly Simon Cole
441
15
76
1
14
31.50
3
0
Llangwm Will Beresford
438
15
48
1
14
31.28
0
0
Lawrenny Steve Lewis
430
14
83
1
13
33.07
4
0
Saundersfoot John Mansbridge
420
16
75
1
15
28.00
4
0
Saundersfoot Danny Caine
415
11
107
1
10
41.50
0
2
Lawrenny Kurtis Marsh
403
12
81 n/o
4
8
50.37
2
0
Whitland Johnny Thomas
395
13
79
2
11
35.90
3
0

 

Pembroke County Cricket Club: Season 2019: Division One Top 20 Wicket Takers
Club Name
Overs
Maidens
Runs
Wickets
Avg
B/F
Neyland Andrew Miller
176.4
20
581
47
12.36
5-13
Carew Tom Davies
202.1
45
569
43
13.23
6-15
St. Ishmaels Andrew Pawlett
199.3
21
869
40
21.72
7-20
St. Ishmaels Brendon Devonald
200.3
35
658
35
18.80
5-34
Saundersfoot Nick Cope
174.2
21
742
34
21.82
4-41
Lawrenny Brad Macdermott-Jenkins
110.1
15
466
34
13.70
6-40
Lawrenny Rob Williams
179
39
491
30
16.36
4-21
Haverfordwest Clive Tucker
116.3
13
467
27
17.29
6-15
Lawrenny Ryan Morton
128.4
17
458
27
16.96
4-32
Burton Luke Hayman
94.3
6
545
25
21.80
6-29
Haverfordwest Simon Holliday
132.5
14
520
25
20.80
5-37
Neyland Tom Pritchard
64.5
10
254
25
10.16
6-25
Saundersfoot Sam Franklin
136.5
26
592
25
23.68
4-56
Burton Morgan Scale
149
16
648
23
28.17
7-39
Cresselly Tom Arthur
161
19
782
22
35.54
3-96
Cresselly Ryan Lewis
146.4
27
535
22
24.31
5-25
St. Ishmaels Andrew Williams
88.1
11
357
21
17.00
4-26
Neyland Henry Durrant
137.5
35
382
21
18.19
5-40
Whitland Matthew Davies
161.1
20
762
20
38.10
3-28
Llangwm Ollie Davies
99.2
9
515
20
25.75
4-22

Player of the Month for August 2019.

Daniel Sutton of Cresselly Cricket Club, being presented with
the by Mr. Brian Hawkins of Thomas Carroll, our League Sponsors
and County Chairman Mr. Paul Webb.


To view the scorecard for the Pembroke County Cricket Club
versus MCC, played on 20th August 2019, Click Here.


Simon Holliday receiving his County Cap from County Chairman,
Mr Paul Webb


Pembroke County Cricket Club has raised a total of £370 as a donation to the Wales Air Ambulance. A raffle at the Alec Colley cup match raised £220 also the Players and Umpires at the recent County Game against the MCC donated their match expenses to the Wales Air Ambulance.


Neyland Cricket Club, collecting the Division 1 trophy, for the 2019 season, from Mr. Brian Hawkins
of Thomas Carroll, our League Sponsors and County Club Chairman Mr. Paul Webb.


Narberth Cricket Club, collecting the Division 2 trophy, for the 2019 season, from County Club President Mr. Nick Evans, and County Club Chairman Mr. Paul Webb.


Herbrandston Cricket Club, collecting the Division 3 trophy, for the 2019 season, from County Club President Mr. Nick Evans, and County Club Chairman Mr. Paul Webb.



St Ishmaels Cricket Club, collecting the Division 4 trophy, for the 2019 season, from County Club President Mr. Nick Evans, and County Club Chairman Mr. Paul Webb.



Whitland Cricket Club, collecting the Division 5 trophy, for the 2019 season, from County Club President Mr. Nick Evans, and County Club Chairman Mr. Paul Webb.



Player of the Month for July 2019

Richard Harris of Cresselly CC, being presented with the trophy by Mr. Brian Hawkins
of Thomas Carroll, our League Sponsors and County Club Chairman
Mr. Paul Webb.


It is with regret that the Pembroke County Cricket Club has to report that Trevor Thomas of Pembroke sadly passed away on the 7th August. Trevor was a well respected cricket umpire in Pembrokeshire for over 20 years, including two Harrison Allen Finals. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this sad time.


It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we have recived the news that John Williams passed away this morning, Thursday 15th August 2019, with his family at his bedside.

Our thoughts, and I am sure the thoughts of the whole of the Pembrokeshire Cricket family, are with Hilary, and the boys at this very sad time.


Player of the Month for June 2019

Nicky Cop of Saundersfoot CC, being presented with the trophy by Mr. Brian Hawkins
of Thomas Carroll, our League Sponsors and County Club Chairman
Mr. Paul Webb.


Find County Team v Llandysul photo by selecting: County Fixtiures & News - Senior County Team


Pembroke County cricket Club are pleased to announce that GD Harries & Sons Ltd will be the new Sponsor of the Harrison-Allen Bowl competition. PCCC wish to thank Thomas Scourfield & Sons for their sponsorship of the Bowl over a number of years


The County game v Swansea on Sunday June 23rd has be cancelled as they have an ECB Cup match v Bristol now after being abandoned on Sunday

Player of the Month for May 2019

John Curran of LLechryd being presented with the trophy by Mr. Brian Hawkins
of Thomas Carroll, our League Sponsors and County Club Chairman
Mr. Paul Webb.


Find County Team v Wales Over 50's photo and scorecards by selecting: County Fixtiures & News - Senior County Team


   Senior County Games for 2019

Sun 19th May Swansea CC/University at St. Ishmaels CC (Umipres: John Williams & Simon Richards)

Sun 9th June South Wales Cricket Association at Pem.dock CC (Umpires: David Brandon & David Bonner)

Sun 16th June XL Club Wales at Haverfordwest CC (Umpires: Arthur Brady & Mervyn John)

Sun 23rd June Swansea CC/University Away

Sun 30th June South Wales Cricket Association Away

Sun 14th July South East League Away

Tues 16th July Glamorgan 2nds at Whitland CC (Umpires: Alan Hansen & Steve Blowes)

Sun 11th August South East League at Pentyrch CC

Tues 20th Aug. MMC at Kilgetty CC (Umipres: Trefor Evans & Jon Willington)

 


                                               Umpires Retire.

Three of Pembrokeshire’s most popular umpires have decided to hang up their whites.

Les Hastings, Huw Davies and Denis Chiffi, for various reasons, have stepped down from umpiring around the county this season. This is a sad loss to Pembrokeshire cricket as they were all highly experienced umpires, well liked and respected, who are going to be greatly missed by colleagues and players alike.

Huw was recently awarded Life Membership of the Umpires Association for his services as Training Officer and to Committee over many years. A decision welcomed by all his colleagues. He still serves on the Umpires Executive so is not cutting his ties completely and Les still retains the Presidency of the Association sharing his wealth of experience with current members.

We wish both Les, Huw and Denis well in their retirement and hope we will still see them around the County enjoying their cricket from the other side of the boundary rope.


                                           Umpires Move Forward.

At the recent AGM of the Pembrokeshire Association of Cricket Umpires and Scorers (PACUS), it was agreed after much debate, that they should align themselves more closely with the national umpires group, The Association of Cricket Officials (ACO), organised and run, albeit as a separate entity, by the ECB. Therefore with immediate affect, the association will now be known as The Pembrokeshire Association of Cricket Officials, or PACO.

This decision was based upon a number of factors, not least allowing access to the latest training materials produced by the ACO, which contain copyright material of television clips and videos of incidents which can be used for teaching new umpires and scorers. We have used the system for a couple of years now but were reliant upon the goodwill of the ACO allowing us access, and the availability of a tutor to deliver the course for us.

To address this issue, Richard Merriman has recently completed his instructor training with the ACO and can now deliver the course “in house” for Pembrokeshire and remove the need for the restrictions placed upon us.

The second factor involved in the change is the use of a national appointments system known as “Who's the Umpire”. This system allows us to use a computer based program to make our umpiring appointments and deliver them electronically to the individuals appointed. This alleviates double appointments and allows a more even spread of umpires to clubs as well as the need for the Secretary to be continually making phone calls and amendments which he can now do via email at the push of a few buttons. It has made the job that much easier and again we are grateful to the ECBACO for allowing us access to the program at no cost.

In conclusion, it will take a little time to adjust and you may see little obvious change. The committee and the constitution remain unchanged and until we amend our paperwork you may still see stationary with our old headings affixed.
The name change and closer ties with the ACO will allow us access to more innovative training materials and any improvements that occur in the umpiring and scoring world in the future that we would otherwise be excluded from or find difficult to access.

Dave Brandon. Chairman.

Pembrokeshire ACO.