It was another mixed weekend for Penarth Cricket Club's teams.

Mumbles took victory at the Athletic Field, after an aggressive opening stand of 202 runs.

Although Penarth's firsts' Adeeb Ilyas and Isaac Foster gained some traction with a handful of wickets, Mumbles' formidable score of 327 for five reigned supreme.

Despite valiant efforts and a 48 not-out from skipper Ben Wellington, Penarth fell short with 175 for five after a revised target due to rain.

Meanwhile, the second team celebrated their second consecutive win against Newbridge.

Standout fielder, Rhys Mottram, bagged four wickets, with Kreshay Bharwani and Mo Rizwan steering batting efforts.

However, the crucial contribution came from Joshua Coombs who sealed the win.

In positive news, the third team claimed their inaugural win of the campaign against Croesyceiliog, anchored by Morgan Crimp's maiden half-century.

Neil Stephens delivered with both bat and ball, ensuring a comfortable 73 run victory.

Mixed fortunes continued as the fourth team faced defeat at Blackwood.

Nathaniel Rendall's skilful performance didn't ward off the home side's late order rally and Penarth settled with a total of 124.

Penarth's fifth team's debut match at St Cyres was cut short due to heavy downpour after visitors Radyr posted 179 for 9.