Win keeps Llandysul in third place
LLANDYSUL claimed a 16-run at Llangennech to maintain third spot in division one of the South Wales Cricket Association.
Ben Edkins and colleagues will be aiming to complete a win hat-trick this Saturday when hosting Tata Steel, who are currently level on points with the Teifisiders.
Having been put in, Llandysul found it tough going against accurate bowling and sharp ground fielding, despite openers Rhydian Harris (24) and Bleddyn Morgan (32) putting on 54.
Wickets fell cheaply with Llewelyn Hughes at number five, who contributed 27, the only other batman to reach double figures as the visitors were dismissed for a modest total of 115 in 48.2 overs.
Medium-pacer Mathew Jones did the damage for the home side as he bowled line and length for figures of 6-39 in 10 overs.
In the Llangennech reply, openers Scott Lloyd and Stuart Goddard departed without bothering the scorer.
Jonny Taube at first wicket down held things together in making 29 but wickets fell regularly and the innings closed on 99.
Medium-pacer Ashleigh Cox and spinner Rhydian Harris returned identical figures of 3-9 in 10 overs.
Llandydul entertain Tata Steel,who are fourth in the table, on Saturday.
Llandysul Seconds are joint top of division five with Skewen Seconds after an eight-wicket win over basement boys Baglan Seconds at Tir-Dref.
The visitors were bowled out for 136 and the Teifi Valley highflyers knocked off the required runs for the loss of two wickets to bank 17 points.