JORDAN EVANS was the star of the show in the North Wales League's top flight.

He smashed a stunning 164, including 20 fours and six sixes, as Northop piled on 326 for seven against the Premier Division's bottom club Chirk.

Andrew Oates (42) and Matthew Williams (35) also batted well as Chirk's Andrew Swarbrick returned impressive figures of 3-36.

Ben Beaver then took over with the ball, landing 5-21 as Chirk just scraped into three figures as James Carter top scored with 40 in their 101 response.

Hawarden Park remain deep in trouble alongside Chirk after they were skittled out for just 81 against St Asaph.

It would have been even more embarrassing if skipper Ian Martin had not scored his unbeaten 28.

Nathaniel Scott and Will Ryan both hit 36 not out as the Saints quickly hammered off 83 for one.

But at least Park didn't post the worst score of the day. That award went to Bangor, who managed only 64 against leaders Menai Bridge, who then struggled to 65 for five. Ashley Wood starred for Menai, taking 4-2 in 7.3 overs.

Gresford enjoyed an excellent win over Llandudno, who were dismissed for 119.

Daniel Williams took 4-30 before Matthew Cree hit 41 in Gresford's reply of 123 for five.