North Wales Cricket League Sunday reports – August 1, 2021

Tom Thornton normally stars with the ball for Llandudno, but yesterday he scored a match-winning 96 for the thirds

ICON SPORTS NORTH WALES CRICKET LEAGUE

REPORTS – SUNDAY, AUGUST 1

SUNDAY EAST DIVISION

NORTHOP HALL 4TH XI (14) 143-3 HAWARDEN PARK 4TH XI (1) 140-10

Renit Adke took star billing with 56 not out as Northop Hall fourths comfortably chased down a target of 141 at Smithy Lane.
Hawarden Park fourths chose to bat and were all out for 140, Aled Wilkinson 40 and James Taylor 34, Sion Hellen 3-21 and Evan Withe 2-16 for Hall.
The hosts reached 143-3 in 30.3 overs, excellent prospect Withe posting 29 in a strong opening stand with Adke, Tom Wilson 2-25 for the visitors.

NORTHOP 3RD XI (13) 150-5 MOLD 3RD XI (2) 149-9

Charlie Collins claimed tremendous figures of 5-10 off seven overs as his team Northop thirds beat Flintshire rivals Mold thirds by five wickets.
The visitors set 149-9, Noa Grant 33 and Luca Davies 29, Collins by far the standout bowler for the hosts.
Northop responded with 150-5 with 11 balls to spare, Ellis Williams 57 not out and Gareth Williams 33 no in a crucial undefeated sixth-wicket partnership.

BERSHAM 3RD XI (14) GWERSYLLT PARK 3RD XI (-15)
Gwersyllt Park conceded.

BRYMBO 3RD XI (14) CONNAH’S QUAY 3RD XI (-15)
Connah’s Quay conceded.

SUNDAY WEST DIVISION

CARMEL & DISTRICT 3RD XI (12) 123-9 MOCHDRE 3RD XI (3) 76-10

Carmel enjoyed a 47-run success at Pen-y-Gelli.
The hosts posted 123-9, John Hewitt 27 and Amer Jamil 22, Zachary Sardar 3-23, Finlay Jones 2-11 and Yousuf Burney 2-15 for the visitors.
Mochdre could only muster 76 in reply, Carmel’s Noah Murray-Jones with 3-16, Jacob Owen 3-24 and Joseph Jones 2-11.

COLWYN BAY 3RD XI (0) 154-9 BANGOR 3RD XI (15) 156-0

Openers Tomos Davies (65 no) and Cian Williams (61 no) led Bangor to a 10-wicket triumph at Penrhyn Avenue.
Bay were limited to 154-9, Josh Brown 29, Shay Williams 28, Aidan Kelly 3-18 and Kannan Udayabhanu Pillai Laila 2-21 for the visitors.
Davies and Williams took just 27.3 overs to guide the Citizens home.

LLANDUDNO 3RD XI (12) 172-10 CONWY 3RD XI (3) 133-8

Opener Tom Thornton ensured Llandudno set a good total at The Oval with a superb knock of 96.
Tudno were 172 all out, Thornton’s innings coming off just 56 balls and including 15 fours and a six.
Richard Windmill, who bowled Thornton four short of his century, took an excellent 5-21, Graham Meredith with 3-49.
In response, Conwy were restricted to 133-8, Toby Watson 38, Charlie Russell and Oliver Hughes both 2-29 in an eight-man home attack.

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