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Indoor League Results can now be found under: Fixtures, Results and Tables: Indoor League, 2017 results are also archived.


Second Division Batting Averages 2017

Club Names Runs Innings h/s n/o Comp.ins Average 50s 100s
Saundersfoot Tom.Mansbridge 553 16 142* 3 13 42.53 2 2
Narberth Richie.Adams 522 16 71 3 13 40.15 3 0
Saundersfoot Sam.Franklin 461 15 77 2 13 35.46 4 0
Narberth Kyle.Quartermain 456 11 87 0 11 41.45 3 0
Llangwm Noah.Davies 447 16 80 2 14 31.92 3 0
Llangwm Wil.Beresford 430 11 76* 2 9 47.77 5 0
Llangwm Joe.Kiff 414 15 77* 5 10 41.4 4 0
Stackpole Josh.Davies 383 13 72 1 12 31.91 3 0
Burton John.Venables 369 13 96 0 13 28.38 4 0
Haverfordwest Nigel.Morgan 350 12 64 0 12 29.16 1 0
Burton Luke.Hayman 347 13 62 0 13 26.69 1 0
Burton Morgan.Scale 347 14 83* 4 10 34.7 2 0
Stackpole Richard.Mackay 335 13 119* 2 11 30.45 2 1
Carew Robbie.Hicks 334 11 91 2 9 37.11 2 0
Burton Marin.James 327 9 100* 5 4 81.75 2 1
Stackpole Simon.Bevan 324 11 70* 1 10 32.4 3 0
Llanrhian Jack.Jones 309 10 97* 2 8 38.62 2 0
Llechryd Ollie.Roberts 300 13 72 0 13 23.07 3 0
Whitland Nathen.Evans 292 11 59 0 11 26.54 2 0
Stackpole Rob.Mathais 290 12 81 0 12 24.16 1 0



Second Division Bowling Averages 2017
Club Names Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Averages B/f
Narberth Ben.Quartermaine 144.5 38 414 37 11.18 6for24
Llechryd Graham.Keen 133.5 25 488 34 14.35 6for16
Llangwm Matthew,Kiff 147.4 35 493 33 14.93 6for47
Llechryd Peter.Betterly 175 66 374 33 11.33 4for19
Llangwm Noah.Davies 136 27 423 29 14.58 4for24
Llangwm Ollie.Davies 118 14 451 28 16.1 5for34
Llangwm Phil.Llewellyn 130.1 29 328 26 12.61 4for15
Saundersfoot Tom.Mansbridge 110 12 515 26 19.8 4for35
Narberth Loui.Davies 112.1 36 356 23 15.47 5for16
Stackpole Simon.Bevan 114.3 22 384 23 16.69 5for23
Saundersfoot Sam.Franklin 119.1 25 425 23 18.47 4for56
Burton Morgan.Scale 113.4 10 460 23 20 5for36
Burton Luke.Hayman 93 17 381 22 17.31 5for43
Burton John.Scale 144.5 48 329 22 17.31 4for6
Whitland Conor.Bowen 106.5 16 450 21 21.42 4for24
Carew Harry.Cook 109 15 419 20 20.95 4for21
Haverfordwest Clive.Tucker 89.2 17 312 20 15.6 4for20
lLlanrhian  Matthew.Bennett 106.2 22 389 20 19.45 3for37
Narberth Ben.Hughes 89.5 16 329 18 18.27 3for11
Saundersfoot Jon.Mansbridge 112.1 11 484 18 26.88 4for27




The Forth Coming 2018 Cricket Season will commence on Sunday the 22nd of April followed by Sunday 29th April and Saturdays from there on with the Harrison Allen Final being played on Saturday 28th July



The following alterations have been made to teams playing in Divisions 1-5 of the Thomas Carroll Pembroke County Cricket League;


Division 1Division 2Division 3Division 4Division 5
BurtonCarewCarew IIBurton IICarew III
Cresselly Cresselly IIHaverfordwest IIICrymych Cresselly III
HaverfordwestHaverfordwest IIHerbrandston Hook IIHaverfordwest IV
JohnstonHook LampheyHundletonKilgetty II
KilgettyLlechrydLawrenny IIJohnston IINeyland III
LawrennyNarberth LlanrhianLaugharnePembroke II
LlangwmPembroke Llechryd IILlangwm IIPembroke Dock II
NeylandSaundersfootNarberth IILlanrhian IIStackpole II
St IshmaelsStackpole Neyland IISaundersfoot IIWhitland III
Whitland Whitland IIPembroke Dock St Ishmaels II



 Division 1 Top 20 Batting and Bowling Averages

Club

Names

Runs

Innings

H/s

N/o

Comp inns

Average

50s

100s

Johnston

D.Sutton

936

15

128

2

13

72

2

5

Cresselly

I.Izzard

618

15

119*

4

11

56.18

3

2

Johnston

L.Summons

532

16

107

1

15

35.46

1

1

Carew

T.Hicks

505

11

79

4

7

72.14

6

0

Cresselly

A.Chandler

469

13

118

2

11

42.63

2

1

Kilgetty

K.Marsh

457

16

105

0

16

28.56

1

1

Haverfordwest

S.Hoilday

453

13

151*

5

8

56.62

2

1

Neyland

P.Bellerby

445

15

114*

3

12

37.08

2

1

Neyland

P.Murray

434

13

87*

1

12

36.16

4

0

St.Ishmaels

P.Cockburn

395

14

76

4

10

39.5

3

0

Whitland

W.Howells

389

10

84

1

9

43.22

5

0

Cresselly

P.Williams

385

16

80*

2

14

27.5

2

0

St.Ishmaels

P.Bradshaw

376

13

62*

4

9

41.77

3

0

Whitland

W.Spreadbury

375

14

105*

2

12

31.25

2

1

Whitland

J.Thomas

356

13

90

2

11

32.36

2

0

Carew

T.Scourfield

329

15

55*

3

12

27.41

1

0

Cresselly

D.Cherry

319

6

84

4

2

159.5

3

0

Lawrenny

B.Mc.Jenkins

304

14

58

1

13

23.88

2

0

Lawrenny

J.Kidney

301

14

69*

2

12

25.08

2

0

Carew

R.Davies

301

12

66

4

8

37.62

2

0

Club

Names

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

Average

Best figures.

Neyland.

A. Miller

139.3

16

476

37

12.86

6 for 30

Carew

T. Davies

152.1

26

453

36

12.58

6 for 20

St.Ishmaels

D.Flynn

150

23

551

34

16.2

5 for 24

Whitland

M.Davies

145.1

16

598

31

19.29

5 for 38

St.Ishmaels

A.Pawlett

150

24

477

29

16.44

5 for 44

St.Ishmaels

A.Pamler

148

23

536

29

18.48

4 for 50

Carew

S.Whitfield

84.1

10

293

28

10.46

4 for 7

Whitland

I.Scourfield

124.4

20

466

26

10.23

4 for 19

Haverfordwest

J.White

106.1

17

396

25

15.84

5 for 22

Cresselly

N.Gregory

112

24

379

25

15.16

4 for 19

Haverfordwest

S.Hoilday

87.4

22

255

23

11.08

5 for29

Carew

C.Brace

99.3

14

344

22

15.63

6 for 34

Johnston

R.James

96.1

12

404

21

19.23

5 for 12

Carew

R.Davies

101.3

23

324

21

15.42

4 for 17

Cresselly

R.Lewis

89.5

13

378

20

18.9

3 for 18

Cresselly

D.James

113

28

370

20

18.5

5 for21

Neyland

N.Kooman

57.4

3

240

19

12.63

4 for33

Lawrenny

R.Williams

105.2

15

384

18

21.33

5 for 23

Kilgetty

K.Marsh

94.5

14

382

18

21.22

4 for 22

Kilgetty

R.Hardy

139

35

435

18

24.16

3 for 18




Thomas Carroll Player of the Month for August.





Tom Mansbridge of Saundersfoot Cricket Club receiving the player of the month award from
Brian Hawkins from Thomas Carroll Group.Tom is one of the younger members of the first team and received the award for his all round performances with ball and bat during the month of August (including 142no, 4-34, 40,4-48 and 23) also in the picture is Paul Webb County Chairman of Pembroke County Cricket Club
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Harrison Allen Final

Congatulations must go to Neyland Cricket Club on winning the Harrison Allen Bowl. This was a match of the highest quality, and Cresselly Cricket Club helped contribute to a feast of cricket with runs galore, and wickets a plenty. After the first innings the scores were tied on 153. This meant that all was to play for in the second innings. We were not disappointed Neyland set a marvellous total of 213 in their second innings, the chase was on Cresselly set about the task but were only 10 runs short in the end on 203. What a final over 400 runs scored in the second innings, what a tremendous advert for Pembrokeshire cricket, for full scores see Cups then Harrison Allen.     

Neyland CC Winners of the Harrison Allen Bowl



Man of the Match Paul Murray



Cresselly CC Finalists in the Harrison Allen Bowl






 

Thomas Carroll Monthly Presentation

To veiw the Thomas Carroll monthly awards

Click Here.....


To view the Senior County Team Scorecard against the Wales 17's Click Here...... 


To view a photo of the Senior County Team and Officials v South Wales League at Neyland CC Click Here......


Harrison Allen quarter final and Duggie Morris semi final draws now on 'Cups' web page.


To view a photo of the Senior County Team and Officials v South Wales League Click Here......



To view the Senior County Team and Officials v Wales over 40's
Click Here......



Umpires Address Clubs Over Shortage of Personnel.

The Chairman of the Umpires Association, Dave Brandon, has distributed a letter to all clubs at the behest of the County Executive, explaining the current situation with regards to umpire appointments. Some clubs have expressed disquiet that they have not been allocated umpires for some games and on several occasions, only one umpire.

The letter is a comprehensive evaluation of the current position and explains why this situation has arisen. It goes on to outline that there is no quick fix for the problem and why the County will face an even more dire situation in the coming seasons, which could lead to there being only umpires covering the first division. The letter describes some possible courses of action under discussion, not all of which will be palatable to most clubs. It makes sober reading for members interested in the welfare of the County Club.

As Dave states " We need more new umpires and we need time to train them. Clubs should be a rich source of recruitment and the ball is now in your court. We are holding this together with a shoestring and very soon, it is going to snap! Please, don't say we didn't warn you".

Club Secretaries have all been sent a copy of the letter and they hopefully will discuss it in their own committee meetings. This is not something that is going to go away or get better in the near future. If anything, it is going to get worse.

If you are interested in the future of cricket in Pembrokeshire it would be worth while getting hold of a copy for a read.

 

Dave is happy to send copies out via email to interested parties. His email is penlanfach@gmail.com. His number is in the handbook too if people want to discuss matters.


Cricket Balls

Please e-mail Andrew (the treasurer) your order for cricket balls.

 E-mail: andrewscott-davies_612@hotmail.co.uk

 Text: 07805 051730 (indicate club name, number of boxes (six in a box), senior and junior.

Senior balls are 78/ box

Junior balls are 36/ box

 Andrew will arrange deliver of balls once received from Lords International



Unsung Hero;  Life Time Achievement Award







The Members of Pembroke County Cricket Club are pleased to congratulate one of the Counties own cricketing legends. Nic Evans has enjoyed playing cricket for nearly half a century, and has been a cricket coach serving Welsh Cricket for more than 40 years. As well as instigating Women’s cricket in the County in the 1980's, and was asked to set up a Wales Women's si

The Members of Pembroke County Cricket Club are pleased to congratulate one of the Counties own cricketing legends. Nic Evans has enjoyed playing cricket for nearly half a century, and has been a cricket coach serving Welsh Cricket for more than 40 years. As well as instigating Women’s cricket in the County in the 1980's, and was asked to set up a Wales Women's side. He is still the Coaching Regional Manager and oversees the managers and coaches in the various age groups, and President of the Pembroke Association of Cricket Coaches. Nic also serves on the Pembroke County Cricket Club Executive Committee. He has also toured on many occasions to places such as South Africa, New Zealand, Australia and the Caribbean. Nic lives for cricket and is never happier than either playing or talking cricket. In recognition of his achievements Nic has been the recipient of a number of prestigious awards;

The Wales Sports Community Life Time Achievement Award.
ECB Coaching Award, presented by Nasser Hussein.
Cricket Wales outstanding contribution to services to cricket in Wales.
UK Sports Coaching Award, presented by HRH Princess Anne.
Pembrokeshire Sports Award, for Services to Cricket.
Pembrokeshire Unsung Hero Award 2015.
Captained Wales over 60's, Championship winners 2016.

Well done Nic you are an inspiration to all and long may you keep it up.




Click here for 150 Club winners

150 Club Draw
The 150 Club draw has now moved from 6 draws per year to a monthly draw of 25.
If you wish to join the 150 Club, please contact the County Treasurer Mr. Andrew Scott-Davies


PEMBROKE COUNTY CRICKET CLUB
Indoor Cricket League
Sponsored by Nick Evans, The Cricket Shop, P.C.C.C. Indoor League

for fiture list Click Here


 

PCCC First and Second Division averages, 2014,  click here!


For the Sky Sports footage of the Harrison Allen Bowl final Click Here!