CAERNARFON had a mixed set of results during a busy Bank Holiday Weekend of action.

The North Wales Cricket League Division Four title hopefuls began their exploits with a convincing seven-wicket home triumph over Halkyn Seconds, with the visitors setting a target of just 62 from 29 overs in the middle.

Daniel Williams’ 15 was the highlight of a disappointing display at the crease from the away side, with Grant Peisley helping himself to four wickets for the loss of just 13 runs.

Another standout performer was Huw Erddyn Davies, who finished a five-over spell on 2-11, with Montis Altaf and Llyr Erddyn Davies claiming a scalp apiece.

Despite losing Jason Parry early on when he played an Anthony Grubb delivery into the hands of Ryan Matthews after making five, double-figure scores from Huw Erddyn Davies (20) and Rhodri Owen (19) got the Cofis’ over the line with minimal fuss after 21 overs of play.

They followed this up with a first loss of the league season as they were downed by six-wickets at Dolgellau Seconds.

Richie Parry hit a superb 43 for the visitors, with Huw Erddyn Davies contributing 27 as they set a target of 112-9 from their allotted 40 overs in the middle.

Dave Jenkins took four wickets for 25 runs for the home side, and James Bradbury-Willis finishing on 2-17.

The away side looked to make a fight of it when Ian Morgan despatched Callum Taylor and Bradbury-Willis for eight and six, but unbeaten knocks of 53 and 30 from wicketkeeper Stuart Evans and Jenkins gave the hosts victory after 34 overs at the crease.

Caernarfon currently sit in second spot and ten points behind pacesetting Conwy 2nds ahead of their next outing at Bethesda 2nds on Saturday.