Ammanford Cricket Club clinched an impressive away win on the weekend.

The club overcame Swansea at St Helens to emerge victorious by 70 runs in a rainy day match.

Batting first after losing the toss, Ammanford had a turbulent start, losing both Jaspal and Owen in the early stages, with just 37 from 11 overs.

However, a subsequent partnership of 75 (off 72 balls) between opener Xavier Clarke and Stephan Muller steadied the innings.

Clarke fell just short of half-century, scoring 49 before being caught, while Muller aced an unbeaten 67.

Their formidable platform was taken forward by Rhys Huw Davies, who added another 17 runs.

The team finally clinched 167 for six before the game was interrupted by rain at 2.46pm.

Post rain, the home team's target was reset to 181 in 32 overs using the DLS method.

Ammanford's Fahad Sabir took out both opening players, Marsh and Azmy, by the 8th over, followed by Owen Davies who removed acting captain Brad Wadling and keeper Will Davey with successive deliveries.

This spectacular performance left the home team below the DLS target.

The combination of pressure, exceptional catching by Jaspal and strict bowling by Clarke resulted in a regular fall of wickets.

The match finally wound down with Roach clearing the tail, leading to Swansea losing all wickets by 26.1 overs.

Scooping 19 points from their triumph, Ammanford, now placed seventh in the league, hopes to continue this momentum in their forthcoming match against Cardiff CC.