Cracking start to the 2022 Ladies Cricket League

The key performers from the Cresselly v Lawrenny


Results Tuesday 3rd May

Lyn Ward – top scorer for HaverfordwestPembrokeshire Ladies’ Cricket got under way for 2022 this week with 11 teams competing in two league divisions and in the Clive Huxley KO Cup. St Ishmaels are making their hardball debut, Carew are returning after 21 years and Hook are back after a year out.  
The first half of the season uses the pairs’ format, so that every player has the chance to bat and bowl for short spells and so best performances, especially high scoring ones, can be harder to build in a short batting window but there are a few below.
It is a promising start and because of the excellent support work from Sam Rossiter we at will bring you weekly details of all the matches.
Division One:
Cresselly (24) 305-3 beat Lawrenny (1) 207-9
Cresselly: Ffion Ashman 23, Lucy Johnson 4-5
Lawrenny: Carys Ratcliffe 2-29, Lily Buckle 13.
Umpires: Peter Johnson and Rob Lewis,
Scorers: Megan Arthur and Sharon Buckle
Burton (21) 257-6 beat Whitland (3) 210-9
Burton: Finola Scale 17 and 3-5, Sophia Isaac 2-9
Whitland: Caroline Cooper 11no, Beth Howes 3-8.
Umpires: Keith Hogben and Dan Ridge
Scorers: Alys John and Olivia James
Division Two:
St Ishmaels (20) 298-7 beat Neyland (8) 279-6
St Ishmaels: Lucy Patterson 19, Cath Orton 14, Lauren Sutton 4-14
Neyland: Seren Jones 2-19 and 12, Sarah Arran 12.
Umpires: Jonny Lewis and Rod Murphy
Scorers: Clarissa Lewis and Ian Lewis
Haverfordwest (18) 292-5 beat Carew (6) 249-4
Haverfordwest: Lyn Ward 22, Jo Price 16, Chloe Dewstowe 3-10
Pembroke Dock (5) 253-7 lost to Kilgetty (18) 258-4
(Kilgetty won off the last ball!)
Pembroke Dock:  Carys Lloyd 14 and 1-7, Lowis Hughes 2-17, Lana Jones 1-8.
Kilgetty: Chloe Bland 11 and 3-7, Cara Evans 2-16, Daisy Bland 2-22
Umpires: Rob Hearne and Mickey Marsh
Scorer: Peter Kingdom 
Fixtures 10th May:
Division One:
Burton v Cresselly 
Lawrenny v Hook
Division Two:
Haverfordwest v Kilgetty 
Carew v Neyland 
Pembroke Dock v St Ishmaels