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Cricket: Pontblyddyn honour star performers at end-of-season awards

DESPITE appalling weather devastating the cricket season, there were still some great achievements to celebrate at Pontblyddyn CC.Read

Cricket: Mold mark signing of first overseas player with honour

MOLD Cricket Club have honoured their first ever overseas player.Read

Cricket: Hawarden Park receive grant to aid move away from Hawarden Castle

HAWARDEN Park Cricket Club has received almost £50,000 from the England and Wales Cricket Trust to help relocate from their home of 146 years.Read

Cricket: Victory in vain as Northop Hall miss out on promotion

A THUMPING final-game victory was not enough to earn Northop Hall promotion from the Liverpool & District Competition First Division.Read

Cricket: Northop juniors claim triple crown

NORTHOP’S young stars completed a stunning hat-trick of triumphs in the North Wales Junior Finals at Mochdre on Sunday.Read

Cricket: Northop Hall still aiming for Liverpool Competition promotion as North Wales League draws to a close

NORTHOP Hall’s hopes of promotion straight back into the top flight remain alive after a powerful 121-run victory at Sefton Park in the Liverpool and District Competition.Read

Cricket: Hawarden Park promoted as champions

A 13-RUN victory proved lucky for Hawarden Park as they sealed the divisional title and promotion back to the top flight.Read

Cricket: Northop Hall find best form as Premier dream slips away

WITH just two games remaining Northop Hall’s hopes of an immediate return to the top table in the Liverpol and District Competition look almost out of reach.Read

Cricket: Connah’s Quay allow title to slip away as other county clubs secure survival

DEFENDING champions Connah’s Quay will definitely pass their crown on to a new victor despite their 37-run win at Denbigh.Read

Cricket: Northop take giant step toward survival

WITH every team in the North Wales League Premier Division scheduled to play two games over the August bank holiday weekend, Mother Nature decided that she was a Northop fan and washed out almost the entire programme.Read

Cricket: Carmel play both weekend games but remain in trouble

CARMEL and District bucked the trend of the bank holiday weekend as both of their North Wales League Division Two games went ahead.Read

Cricket: Northop Hall’s hat-trick bid beaten by the weather

PROMOTION aspirants Northop Hall had their bid for a hat-trick of notable Liverpool Competition victories dashed by rain as their Saturday clash with third-placed rivals Orrell Red Triangle ended in a draw.Read

Cricket: Hawardeon Park take over at the top with big win over Llandudno

THE number of games cancelled or abandoned due to rain allowed Hawarden Park to take over at the top of the North Wales League Division One table as they look to bounce straight back into the Premier Division.Read

Cricket: Runs dry up for Northop at Llandudno

NORTHOP’S survival campaign faltered a little at the Oval as they suffered a 123-run loss to high-flying Llandudno.Read

Cricket: Connah’s Quay chase down big total to defeat Mold

THE North Wales Premier Division title may be slipping from Connah’s Quay’s grasp, but they demonstrated on Saturday that they will not let it go without a fight.Read

Cricket: Northop Hall destroy Alder in Liverpool and District Competition

A MIGHTY 10-wicket victory for Northop Hall over Alder has kept the flickering flame of promotion hope burning at Smithy Lane with just five Liverpool and District Competition games remaining.Read

Cricket: Hawarden Park close in on promotion

HAWARDEN Park are on the brink of an immediate return to the top flight of the North Wales League after defeating Conwy by five wickets.Read

Cricket: Northop move toward safety in Premier Division as Pont draw

NORTHOP’S survival hopes improved dramatically thanks to a four-run victory over mid-table St Asaph.Read

Cricket: Connah’s Quay retain slim hopes of defending Premier Division title

CONNAH’S Quay’s slender hopes of defending their North Wales League Premier Division title still show a flicker of life after they disposed of relegation-threatened Bangor in a 53-run triumph.Read

Cricket: Pontblyddyn suffer heavy loss on home turf

RELEGATION fears continue to surround Pontblyddyn 2nds after their 111-run loss at home to Llanrwst.Read


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