Swansea Civil Service's ambition of back to back promotions remains on track after they bagged their fourth win in Division Three of the South Wales Cricket Association, defeating Drefach by 47 runs thanks to a six wicket haul from Gruffudd Prydderch.
Civil Service batted first and posted 125, Steven Porter their top scorer hitting 32. Leigh Davies and Greg Owens were the best in attack, both claiming 3-26.
Drefach in reply were dismissed for 77, with Prydderch starring with the ball. Seymour top scored with 43 as the rest of the batting order fell away.
Porthcawl climbed to fourth with a six wicket triumph over Pontyberem at Locks Lane, inspired by a superb century from Steve Doherty.
The visitors, batting first, posted 213-9, with opener Martin Lewis striking a superb 90, while Emyr Lewis contributed 29. Mark Dixon was in fine form with the ball capturing 5-45 from 12 overs.
The Seasiders in reply reached their target in the 40th over carding 215-4, with Doherty producing a tremendous display in smashing his way to an unbeaten 135, including an incredible 98 in boundaries, as he smashed nine 6’s and eleven 4’s.
Maesteg recovered from their loss last week to bag an emphatic 128 run home victory over Pwll.
The Llynfi Valley side amassed 273-7, with captain Andrew King leading from the front with a top draw 88, while Gareth Bailey knocked 51 and 14 year old Steffan Roberts showed great promise as he finished unbeaten on 52.
Pwll were dispatched for 145 in the 30th over despite solid performances from Marcus Leaf (32) and Chris Rowlands (59). Michael Bailey was the pick with the ball taking 4-56, while Roberts continued his impressive display in collecting 3-31.
Elsewhere, Margam are struggling to find their feet in the higher division as they slipped to another loss, going down to Briton Ferry Town this time by 96 runs.
Finally, leaders Hills Plymouth remain unbeaten as they bagged their fourth win with a two wicket triumph at Landore.