Both wins arriving against Welsh opponents as they saw off Carmarthenshire by 149 runs and then beat Pembrokeshire by four wickets. A half-century from Jack Haynes (59) and Matthew Mills impressive 38 helped the Hunts lads pile up 259-9 against a Camarthenshire side they then dismissed for 110. Finn Moloney, Ryan Fowler and Daniel Wells claimed two wickets apiece. Wells (3-7), James Bennett (3-14) and Fowler (2-12) were in lethal form with the ball the following day as Hunts skittled Pembrokeshire for just 91. Fowler also top scored with an unbeaten 15 as they eased past that total despite falling to 40-4 at one stage of their reply. Hunts winning run was brought to an end in their final tour match when they went down by 28 runs against Tower Hamlets. Wells (2-12) and Callum Daws (2-16) were among the wickets as the local lads restricted their London opponents to 162-9 in the 30-over contest. But Hunts could only manage 134 in reply with Sam Evans 37 being the stand-out contribution. A hectic spell continued with two friendlies for the Under 12 squad which both ended in defeat. They went down by 65 runs at neighbours Cambridgeshire when dismissed for just 83 while in pursuit of their hosts posting of 145-6. An unbeaten 23 from Oliver Parncutt and 2-28 for Jack Hodgson were the individual highlights. Hunts Under 12s then succumbed by 74 runs in a home clash against Yorkshire despite a fine unbeaten 59 from Jairus Charles. Stan Weir also added 37no as Hunts reached 164-6 after Yorkshire earlier amassed 238-4. Fowler took 2-52 for Hunts.