For the first time this season the weather had the final say in the outcomes of this weekend's Pembrokeshire cricket action, with no games able to take place.

With just two weeks to go, there were some outcomes despite no play at all, with Neyland being crowned division one champions (thus securing the treble) and Saundersfoot being crowned champions of division two.

Hook and Llechryd both go up from division three, while in division four, Neyland seconds still occupy top spot, with Kilgetty close in second. That said, a slip-up or two by either of them could see Haverfordwest thirds leap-frog them into the promotion spot.

Hundleton are crowned champions of division five, with Herbrandston seconds finishing second, while in division six, Llechryd seconds are crowned champions, with Hundleton seconds in second place.

For every winner there are losers, however, and it looks as though Llangwm will be joining Llanrhian in division two next year, although they will be playing Whitland this weekend which could prove to be the proverbial 60-pointer, while Lamphey and Stackpole will be returning to the ranks of division three after just one season in division two.

Llangwm seconds drop down from division three, but who joins them in division four is between Narberth seconds, Johnston seconds and Herbrandston. This race is definitely odds-on for a photo finish.

In division four, it's a three-horse race between Cresselly thirds, Fishguard and St Clears, while Llanrhian seconds and Narberth thirds are battling it out to see who will join Camrose and Spittal seconds in division six next year.


Tomorrow (Saturday's) fixtures are as follows:

Division One: Neyland v Narberth; Cresselly v Llanrhian; Whitland v Llangwm; Haverfordwest v Lawrenny; Carew v St. Ishmaels.

Division Two: Saundersfoot v Cresselly II; Burton v Haverfordwest II; Johnston v Stackpole; Pembroke v Whitland II; Lamphey v Carew II.

Division Three: Llangwm II v Pembroke Dock; Narberth II v Hook; Camrose and Spittal v Saundersfoot II; Llechryd v Johnston II; Herbrandston v Crymych.

Division Four: Kilgetty v Burton II; Haverfordwest III v Fishguard; Lawrenny II v Neyland II; Hook II v St. Clears; Carew III v Cresselly III.

Division Five: Stackpole II v Haverfordwest IV; Pembroke Dock II v Pembroke II; Hundleton v Narberth III; Llanrhian II v Camrose and Spittal II; St. Ishmaels II v Herbrandston II.

Division Six: Crymych II v Lamphey II; Burton III v Llechryd II; Whitland III v Kilgetty II; Fishguard II v Hundleton II.