Whitland finished third in the Nick Evans (The Cricket Shop, Narberth) Pembrokeshire Indoor Cricket League, after ending the indoor season with successive defeats.

In the first of the final round of matches at the Meads Sports Centre, Milford Haven, Havefordwest scored 95-2. Danny Potter and Ben Field both scored 25 before retiring under competition rules.

In reply, Whitland reached 81-5, as Mathew Davies with 36 and David Lee with 27no lacked the necessary support to win the match.

In the second match against Neyland, the Whitland team scored 69-2. Matthew Davies retired on 26 and David Lee on 25.

The defending champions were made to work hard for their runs, but eventually got to a winning target of 70-2, with Andrew Miller on 27no amd Nick Kooman on 17no, to clinch the title for the fifth consecutive season.

 Some changes at the top of Pembroke County Cricket Club

There will be some changes at the top following the annual general meeting of the Pembroke County Cricket Club to be held on Wednesday, February 27, in Haverfordwest Cricket Club at 7.30 pm.

Mickey Phillips will stand down as county treasurer, with Martin Jones, of Neyland, and Andrew Scott-Davies, of Pembroke Dock, the candidates to succeed him.

Nick Evans, of Narberth, will succeed Andrew Phillips, of Haverfordwest, as assistant secretary, and Euros Jones, of Crymych, will succeed the late Mr. Brian James, of Llangwm, as grounds advisor.

There are the usual notices of motion for rule changes, two of which relate to tinkering with the points system in league matches.

There is also a proposal to reduce the number of overs bowled by one bowler in Divisions One and Two, to a limit of nine overs instead of 12.

This proposal is likely to attract a lively debate and there are similar proposals to reduce the number of overs bowled by one bowler in the Alec Colley and Ormond Youth Cups.

All clubs must be represented at the annual general meeting as a failure to attend, will result in the offending club being fined £25!