VIS­I­TORS EDGE THRILLING GAME

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Gow­er­ton bats­man Cal­lum Eakins in ac­tion against Tata Steel. Vis­i­tors Tata won their South Wales Cricket As­so­ci­a­tion di­vi­sion one clash by 10 wick­ets.

Pic­ture: Phil Davies CAR­MARTHEN Wan­der­ers’ su­perb start to the sea­son is in dan­ger of be­com­ing de­railed.

Hav­ing made their best ever start to a cam­paign dur­ing their time in the Premier League, pro­duc­ing a run that de­liv­ered five suc­ces­sive vic­to­ries, the Wan­der­ers will be dis­ap­pointed with re­cent per­for­mances.

And that is es­pe­cially the case in the nar­row de­feat against New­port Fugi­tives at Trin­ity Fields on Satur­day.

The Fugi­tives, who are at the bot­tom of the ta­ble, re­stricted the Wan­der­ers to 157-9 off their 50 overs, which looked a com­pet­i­tive to­tal.

Owain Davies top-scored with a care­fully con­structed 29. Owain Bind­ing made 24 and Steve In­ward 21.

Jack Thorpe-Yon, Meirion Thomas and James Did­cote all took two wick­ets for the Fugi­tives.

In re­sponse, the vis­i­tors were wob­bling at 70-5, but their lower-or­der bats­men rode their luck, aided by a dis­ap­point­ing Wan­der­ers field­ing dis­play that was well be­low their usual high stan­dards, to win the match by one wicket with three balls to The home side made 240-8, with spare in a very ex­cit­ing game. Dafydd James not out on 57. Daniel

Nathan Mil­lichip top-scored with Davies added 46 and Adam Was­sell 27, with Robert Wil­liams scor­ing 25 41. Gar­mon Dyfri, St­ef­fan Jones and and Matthew Evans 22. Ian Hughes Mark Wil­son all picked up two wick­took 4-18 forets.theWan­der­ersand

Leighton Wal­ters claimed 3-22. But the Wan­der­ers were never in

Match spon­sors were Tesco con­tention in their re­ply as they foldCar­marthen and the ball spon­sor ed to 120 all out in the 42nd over. was Lloyds Bank Com­mer­cial. Bradley Rod­er­ick-Evans top-scored

On Satur­day the Wan­der­ers travel with 27, but the next high­est scorer to Gor­seinon. was An­drew Har­ley with 18.

Mean­while, Car­marthen Wan­derJohn Hughes took 3-25 for Neath. ers Sec­onds went down by 120 runs The Wan­der­ers host Gor­seinon on to Neath Sec­onds at The Gnoll. Satur­day.

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