ICON SPORTS NORTH WALES CRICKET LEAGUE – REPORTS JULY 10
DIVISIONS THREE AND FOUR
CLWB CRICED CAERNARFON (12) 105-6 PWLLHELI 2ND XI (3) 104-10
Division Three leaders Caernarfon were given a good battle by Pwllheli 2nds before eventually adding another win to their collection.
Winning the toss and batting, Pwll were all out for 104 in 32.4 overs, opener Neil Williams making 31 before being run out.
Ian Morgan picked up 3-20 off nine overs, Rhodri Owen 2-12 and Monis Altaf 2-19.
Caernarfon reached 105-6 in 25.1 overs, Michael Parton best with 25, Osian Williams bagging 3-23 and Kalim Al Baloshi 2-24 for the spirited visitors.
ABERGELE 2ND XI (3) 84-10 CONNAH’S QUAY 2ND XI (12) 124-10
Not even a marvellous return of 5-20 from Rajeev Metri was enough to save Abergele seconds from defeat to the Quay at Pentre Mawr Park.
The Deesiders were put in and bowled out for 124, opener Andy Tilley with a vital 43, Metri’s haul off 7.4 overs well supported by Gwion Humphreys with 3-35.
Gele were then dismissed for just 84, Stephen Norbury an eye-catching 4-14 for the winning visitors.
CLWB CRICED CONWY 2ND XI (13) GWERSYLLT PARK 2ND XI (0)
Gwersyllt Park conceded.
HAWARDEN PARK 2ND XI (11) 128-10 BRYMBO 2ND XI (4) 122-10
Michael Almond’s knock of 46 proved key as his team Hawarden seconds won by just six runs against the Steelmen.
Almond’s effort was the standout in the Park’s 128 all out. compiled after they opted to bat, William Roberts a brilliant 3-12 off nine for Brymbo, Terry Jones 3-45.
Visiting opener Sam Aplin carried his bat for 53 not out, but the away reply ended on 122, Ahmed Javed a significant 4-16 for the hosts, Nicholas Woods 2-24.
PONTBLYDDYN 2ND XI (15) 89-0 CORWEN (0) 87-10
Good to see nine-man Corwen able to contest an away fixture although they did end up 10-wicket losers.
Choosing to bat, the visitors were sent packing for 87, Llyr Jones 25 and Kevin Sharp 23, Ryan White 3-8 and Ethan Roberts 2-11 for the hosts.
Pont breezed to 89-0 in 10.4 overs, Richard Davies 54 not out and captain Gethin Thomas 25 no.
BETHESDA 2ND XI (15) 254-6 DOLGELLAU 2ND XI (0) 132-3
Richard Green’s unbeaten ton was the highlight of a maximum points success for Bethesda seconds.
Inserted by the visitors, Pesda openers Green, who retired on 100 not out, and skipper Jez Shea (63) put on 152 for the first wicket.
Andrew Day added 42, the hosts finishing on 254-6 off 40 overs, Moc Llewelyn 3-40 for Dolgellau.
The visitors’ reply was a somewhat passive effort, producing just 132 off 40 overs for the loss of only three wickets, Dave Jenkins 48 and Gruff Llewelyn 36.
CARMEL & DISTRICT 2ND XI (14) 124-10 MARCHWIEL & WREXHAM 2ND XI (1) 47-9
Jonathan Fisher top-scored with 41 as Carmel seconds were bowled out for 124, Mike Lee with 3-20 for the visitors.
Marchwiel and Wrexham crawled to 47-9 in response. Dafydd Timothy scooped 4-12 off eight overs for the hosts.
HALKYN 2ND XI (14) 104-3 LLANRWST 2ND XI (1) 103-10
Ciaran Sweeney had a fine all-round game for winners Halkyn seconds at Pant Newydd.
Llanrwst were put in and all removed for just 103, Matty Lloyd 29, Sweeney 3-12 off eight overs, Vimal Kannan 2-10 and Anthony Green 2-15.
Halkyn eased to 104-3 in 24.2 overs, Shaun Gibson 39 not out and Sweeney 31.
LLANDUDNO 2ND XI (15) 205-6 HAWARDEN PARK 3RD XI (0) 47-10
Luke Regan claimed the league’s best return of the day – 8 for 16 – as Hawarden Park were blitzed out for just 47 at The Oval.
Earlier, Llandudno piled up 205-6 off 40 overs, Andrew Christian 52, Matthew Lambe and Elliott Hughes both 37, Jo Robinson 2-31 for the visitors.
The Park’s reply was all done and dusted in just 16 overs.
MYNYDD ISA & MAESHAFN (11) 132-8 RUTHIN 2ND XI (4) 111-6
An unbeaten 48 from Prosenjit Dutta made a big difference as Mynydd Isa and Maeshafn collected the win which sees them lead the table by 21 points.
The hosts, who decided to bat, set a modest 132-8, Peter Ford adding a vital 21 no down the order, Richard Henderson 3-10 off nine and Oliver Jones 3-28 for the visitors.
Ruthin seconds were limited to 111-6, Jonny Clayton 37 no, Prasad Jadhav 2-12 off nine for the hosts.