BANGOR moved to the North Wales Cricket League Premier Division summit after a busy Bank Holiday Weekend of action.

The title chasers produced an exceptional display in their ten-wicket home success against Connah’s Quay on Saturday, before Monday’s encounter against second placed Denbigh was abandoned due to the weather.

The result leaves them two points clear in the early standings as they prepare for their trip to Northop on Saturday.

Quay set a target of just 109 all out from 33 overs in the middle, with Scott Adams and skipper Martin Burger top scoring with knocks of 31 and 29 respectively in an otherwise disappointing time at the crease.

Franco Kasner and Gareth Edwards were the pick of the home bowling attack, with both finishing with impressive figures of 3-20, with Chris Dawson and Jonny Wells taking a pair of scalps apiece at the combined expense of 55.

The opening partnership of Idrees Ijaz and David Winter ensured the hosts reached their required target with little fuss as the duo ended the day unbeaten on 35 and 62 respectively after 21 overs.

Monday’s clash began the Bangor in the middle and they managed to secure a total of 195-4 from their reduced 46 overs.

Teenage sensation Owen Reilly was at the very top of his game once again on his way to 64 not out, with Kasner also turning in an innings of the highest quality before he was eventually dismissed by Sam Lewis on 65.

Winter’s 35 also produced a score of note, but the visitors did not see any time in the middle as the heavens opened forcing the top-of-the-table match came to an early halt.

Bangor’s second unit were also in ruthless form on their way to a four-wicket triumph at Mynydd Isa and Maeshafn.