The 2013 Jubilee Cup, traditional played between the previous season's league and Harrison-Allen bowl winners, featured Neyland (league and bowl winners in 2013),
and Cresselly (league runners-up on points difference from Haverfordwest in 2013). The match had been postponed several times due to the respective clubs runs in
the Welsh Cup and Village cup respectively, and so was finally held in August 2014, and allowed Neyland to unveil their new changing facilities prior to the match.
It was a beautiful evening, and the crowd were entertained with an excellent game of cricket in which Cresselly competed well, but short of a few bowling options
were unable to stop Neyland's pursuit of a decent total of 157 from their alloted 20 overs. Gary Lloyd again kept things tight for Neyland and was the pick of the
bowlers on the night, with 1-19 from his 4 overs. Ryan Lewis smashed four sixes to help accelerate the Cresselly total to their final tally with 53 runs from the
final 5 overs.
However Scott John batted calmly, to steer Neyland towards the target, and even smashed two rare sixes. Paul Murray smashed three fours in one over before falling
on the final ball. And then Ashley Sutton continued his magnificant form in the shorter format of the game with 50 not out (only one six), and Banner rapidly reached
29 not out to steer Neyland home in the fading light with 3 balls to go.
County Chairman Tony Scourfield presented acting captain Sean Hannon with the Jubilee Cup and praised the new facilities, and Neyland looked forward to the following
day's league fixture away to Carew in the knowledge that a win would secure the Division One title for the second successive season.