Latest from the North Wales Women’s Cricket League as Bay kick off with double win

Colwyn Bay have started the season in fine form

Colwyn Bay Cricket Ladies and Girls have made a double winning start to the 2022 season.

Last year’s runners-up have celebrated notable victories over Conwy Celts and Llandudno in their first two fixtures.

RESULTS/REPORTS

Sunday, May 29

Colwyn Bay (20) 112-3 (net score 297) Conwy (5) 74-10 (net 224)
Bay won by 73 runs

Hannah Kennedy led the way with a brilliant all-round show, first scoring 24 for a Bay side which won the toss and chose to bat.

Samantha Sherrington made 11 for once out (net 6). There were 44 extras in a total of 112-3 (net 297).

For Celts, Llinos Hill picked up 2-10 from three overs.

In reply, Conwy lost 10 wickets for 74 runs, Laura Nicholls impressing with 25 for once out (net 20).

Hannah Kennedy completed a magnificent personal performance with 4-6 off three overs, Jane Smith and Amy Kennedy with a wicket each.

Wednesday, May 25

Carmel (3) 63-6 (net 233) Northop Hall (20) 132-2 (net 322)
Northop Hall won by 89 runs

Put into bat at Pen-y-Gelli, Carmel set 63-6 (net 233), Kathryn Rhymer 2-4 and Hester Evans-Ford 2-8 for the Hall, Sara Williams and Katheryn Sigsworth a wicket apiece.

Skipper Evans-Ford then posted 27 as the Hall responded with 132-2 (net 322) to wrap up an 89-run triumph.

Sarah Armstrong (16), Becky Hicks (14), Hollie Sigsworth (13) and Sara Williams (13) all added useful scores.

Colwyn Bay beat Conwy Celts last weekend

Tuesday, May 24

Colwyn Bay (20) 108-4 (Net 288) Llandudno (3) 86-3 (Net 271)
Bay won by 15 runs

Kerry Roberts top-scored with 26 as Colwyn Bay began their season with a fine win over local rivals Llandudno last week.

Samantha Sherrington notched 12 and Hannah Kennedy added 12 for once out (net 7) as the hosts recorded 108-4 off their 16 overs.

Llandudno wickets were shared between Jane Whittaker, Laura Lambe, Erin Deering and Amelia Andrew.

Tudno gave it a great go in reply, but fell short on 86-3.

Laura Lambe (16), Erin Deering (13) and Charlotte MacKinley (13) led the way in the run stakes for the visitors.

Amy Kennedy and Hannah Kennedy collected a wicket apiece for the Bay.

Next fixtures: June 12

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