CONWY played their part in a well-contested match with Menai Bridge, losing out by three wickets.
Openers Shaun Davies and Raj Britto made a steady start after being put in to bat, scoring 49 and 10, before spinner Ashley Wood made inroads into the top order.
Daniel Davies added a handy 20 at number six, and late runs from Phil Wilson (12) and Jake Longmore (11) saw Conwy post a challenging 150 for nine.
Menai's openers also added quick runs, but the in-form Ioan Williams almost pulled off a hat-trick, finishing as the Conwy's top wicket taker on four for 47.
New spinner Phil Wilson also put in a good shift, taking three for 38, but excellent middle-order shifts from Nathen Goodright and Cefyn Owen steered Bridge to victory.
The second team were also involved a tight contest, drawing a thrilling tie with Castell Alun.
Opting to bowl on a damp wicket, Conwy restricted their opponents to 144 all out, with David Owen the star performer with four for 16 off 10 overs.
Hugh Kelly, Steven Wypler and Jawad Afzal, who also claimed two run-outs, took a wicket each, with James Wilkinson hitting the stumps of last man Rhys Young.
Andrew Davies got Conwy off to a good start with 31, but Wilkinson was the only other man to hit a significant score with 44, leaving Conwy three short on the final pair in the final over.
Needing just one run from the last ball, Steven Wypler was run-out ensuring the points were shared from a great game.