Ammanford Cricket Club topped off their weekend with a cup win, to top off a mixed weekend in the league for the club.

On Sunday, June 9, Ammanford advanced to the next round of the Welsh Cup with a 74-run victory away against Neyland.

Opening pair Saihaj Jaspal (34 runs) and Fraser Benjamin (66 runs) led the team with a stand of 74, setting the tone for the match.

Cellan Allcock offered an additional 27 runs to Ammanford's total of 205.

Neyland's strongest player was Brad McDermott-Jenkins with four wickets for 40.

Despite a vigorous start from Neyland, their team collapsed at 131 all-out in the 30th over.

In stark contrast on June 8, Ammanford suffered a 146-run defeat in the league against Bridgend at Ammanford Park.

Bridgend's early batsmen succeeded in laying the groundwork, securing a half-century opening partnership followed by a match-deciding 123-run stand between Sam Wood (93) and Thomas Cogbill (69).

This powerful start led to a punishing 299 for seven.

Ammanford's star player Cian Roach had his first five-wicket haul (5-57) in the first XI.

Unfortunately, Ammanford's response fell short, finishing at 153 in the 37th over.

Bridgend's Tomos Jones was a crucial part of Ammanford's defeat with 5 for 35.

This defeat left Ammanford near the bottom of the league, only four points above the lowest three teams.

Conversely, Bridgend moved up to second place, two points behind St Fagans.

Next week, Ammanford is heading to St Helens to face off against fourth place Swansea.

However, Saturday did see a win for one of Ammanford's teams as Ammanford's third team achieved a significant 71-run victory over Llangennech at the Rec.

This win was largely due to Steve Hagget's impressive 165 runs, his second century of the season so far.

Ammanford ended on 292 for nine in their 40 overs, while Llangennech trailed behind, closing at 221 for five.