North Wales Cricket League Premier – Big win for Bangor, top pair Saints and Menai triumph again

Owen Reilly bowls for Bangor against Llandudno. Picture: ANDRE PEPPER, EVENTPHOTOWALES



BANGOR (14) 223-3 LLANDUDNO (1) 221-8

Nadeem Rehman and David Winter both struck half-centuries as Bangor successfully chased down a hefty target at Ty Newydd.
Visitors Llandudno won the toss and batted, setting a more than decent score of 221-8 off their 50 overs.
Opener Sam Rimmington continued his excellent season with 54, Jamie Grimshaw added 43 and Jake Sumbland 42.
Winter claimed 3-30 and Muhummad Ashfaq 2-36 for the hosts.
Bangor replied with 223-3 from 46.3, Owen Reilly (23) and Winter putting on 65 for the first wicket.
Winter (67) and Rehman (69 not out) then added 84. The final decisive stand was 55 between Rehman and Robert Marshall (37).
Tom Thornton collected 2-41 for Tudno, but Bangor triumphed 14-1 on points.

ST ASAPH (13) 223-4 PWLLHELI (2) 220-10

In a match where the totals were almost identical to the Bangor v Llandudno game, leaders St Asaph recorded another big victory.
Away side Pwllheli opted for first knock and were all out for a useful 220, Christopher Taylor cracking 77 off 74 balls and skipper Morgan Murray-Williams finished 61 not out.
For the hosts, Danny Ryan scooped 4-57 and Jason Foulkes 3-36.
Saints were always up with the run rate in their response, Mathew Ryan (55) and Duncan Midgley (40) starting off with a 74 opening wicket partnership.
Ryan and Nathanael Scott (43) put on another 62 to leave Asaph 136-2.
Scott and skipper Will Ryan (40 no) then added 70 more to take the hosts to the brink of victory.
Saints ended up 223-4 off 45.1 for a 13-2 verdict.

BRYMBO (1) 146-10 MENAI BRIDGE (14) 231-10

Menai Bridge narrowed the gap on table-toppers St Asaph to 11 points with a commanding 85-run victory at Brymbo.
Calling the coin correctly, visiting skipper Gethin Roberts decided to bat and the islanders amassed 231 all out off 49 overs.
Robbie Jones led the charge with 57, Dion Holden added 51 and Jack Gower 31, Daniel Parry 3-34 and Ross Roberts 3-71 for the hosts.
Gerallt Roberts then snapped up 5-35 and Patrick Glover 3-44 as the Steelmen were dismissed for 146, James Claybrook and Daniel Parry both scoring 39.


Jonathon Davies scored a match-clinching 80 not out for a Conwy outfit which registered a welcome victory.
Llay made first use of the batting strip and set a modest 154-9 off 50 overs, John Lloyd 30, Patrick Jelley 3-39 and Graham Meredith 2-16 from nine for the hosts.
Conwy hit back with 157-2 off 28.4, opener Davies hitting nine fours and a six in his unbeaten effort, Evan Williams 30 no.
Shaun Davies (26) put on 87 for the first wicket with Jonathon Davies.

DENBIGH (2) 150-10 MOCHDRE (13) 220-4

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