LLANDUDNO stretched their lead at the top of the North Wales Premier League to 21 points after their bowling attack once again came to the fore.
Visitors Brymbo reached scored just 104 from 48 overs after opting to bat, with the opening duo of Jack Rimmington and Gordon Kerr taking two each as the Wrexham side were chopped down to 38 for four.
A change to spinners Sam Rimmington and Luke Regan saw off the resistance of Jamie Griffiths and Elliot Hughes, with the latter caught off a Rimmington delivery by Aled Williams for 22.
Griffiths fell to Regan soon after, who struck twice more to finish on great figures of three for three and five maidens off eight overs. Captain Jack Rimmington returned for the final two batsmen to finish as the day’s top wicket taker.
Quick scoring from Aled Williams and Duncan Midgley put Llandudno in the driving seat, as they cruised to victory in the 27th over. Midgley hammered a couple of huge sixes to finish unbeaten on 74, with Williams scoring 21 before being edged to the wicket keeper.
A morning shower scuppered Llandudno seconds’ showdown with Halkyn, but the thirds landed a comprehensive win over bottom club Bersham.
Playing a reduced 40 overs, Berhsham could only muster 66 for all ten wickets, with Daniel Evans taking the wicket of key batsman Ian Phillips. Neil Gallagher was again the pick of the bowlers with five wickets for five runs, as well as six maidens from his ten overs, while Mark Nellist took two and youngster Haydn Ballinger one.
Llandudno wasted no time in rattling off the 67 runs needed, with wicket keeper Tom Bleasdale striking 51 and skipper Dave Barlow 13.