Ammanford ended their season in some style with a thrilling three wicket win over Mumbles at the Park.

The relegation worries of a couple of weeks ago were swept away as Ammanford succeeded in chasing a total and passing it with just two balls to spare.

In a rain-curtailed match of 35 overs apiece, Mumbles elected to bat and reached 159 for 9, mainly thanks to 68 from Max Phillips who was finally run out by Matthew Fisher.

Fisher also had a fine day with the ball, taking three Mumbles wickets for 40 in his seven overs. Skipper Alun Evans also helped his side's cause with 2 for 24.

Set a target of over four an over, Ammanford openers Elis Richards (10) and Matthew Fisher (33) gave the home side a solid start with an opening stand of 43.

Two quick wickets made a dent in Ammanford's hopes, but then this season's stand-out players Josef Davies and Rhys Davies got together to steer the match back in Ammanford's favour.

The pair put on 47 for the fourth wicket before Josef was out for 35. Rhys responsibly took on the anchor role and stood his ground while tension built and wickets kept falling at the other end.

Finally, Gareth Slade (8no) managed to stay with him until the winning boundary was knocked off with just two balls remaining and Davies carrying his bat for an unbeaten 48.

The season's final match saw Ammanford well clear of relegation in seventh place. St Fagans were runaway league champions and Clydach were relegated. Their place will be taken next summer by Swansea.