North Wales Cricket League Premier – Dan Evans has ‘perfect game’ for Llandudno

Dan Evans produced one of his greatest performances for Llandudno

NORTH WALES CRICKET REPORTS – JULY 3, 2021

ICON SPORTS NORTH WALES CRICKET LEAGUE

PREMIER DIVISION

DENBIGH (0) 73-10 LLANDUDNO (15) 299-5

Dan Evans celebrated the ‘perfect game’ for Llandudno as he notched a century and took five wickets in a resounding victory at Denbigh.

Evans produced his second highest league score for Tudno of 141 and came up with second best-ever bowling figures of 5-37 in a dream day at Ystrad Road.

All-rounder Evans, 23, passed 5,000 league runs for the club in recording a 10th ton, his mightiest all-time knock being 145 not out at Hawarden Park in 2016.

His latest century came off 124 balls, including 22 fours and a six.

Put into bat at Ystrad Road, Tudno amassed 299-5 off their 40 overs, Jake Sumbland posting a career finest 70 not out.

Evans and Sumbland shared a fourth wicket stand of 134.

Denbigh were bowled out for just 73 in 23.3 overs, Jack Griffiths producing a defiant 34.

Evans’ 5-37 off 10 overs took him to 233 league wickets and has been bettered only by his 5-8 v Chirk in 2017.

Tom Thornton scooped 4-19 off 11.3 in a 15-0 triumph for The Oval side.

PWLLHELI (11) 188-7 BRYMBO (4) 181-8

Morgan Murray-Williams and Jason Underwood both chalked up half centuries in Pwllheli’s narrow seven-run win at home to Brymbo.

Invited to bat, the hosts set 188-7 off a reduced 33 overs, skipper Murray-Williams making 55 and Underwood 53, the duo putting on 89 for the third wicket.

Openers Ben Jones (29) and Christopher Taylor (24) also made vital runs, with Joseph Norman grabbing 2-34 for the Steelmen.

In reply, Brymbo were restricted to 181-8, Connor Davies 37, James Claybrook 35 and Daniel Parry 31, Taylor snaring 3-34 and Underwood 3-37 for the home team, who took the honours 11-4 on points.

GRESFORD (14) 91-2 CONWY (1) 90-10

No scorecard details available

LLAY WELFARE (3) MOCHDRE (3)

Match cancelled

Other scores (reports published earlier)

Bangor (11) 156-10 St Asaph (4) 140-10

Northop (13) 199-8 Menai Bridge (2) 134-10

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