PONTBLYDDYN are back in the top-flight with the North Wales League Division One title in their trophy cabinet.

Having secured promotion to the Premier Division last week, Glenn Chambers were chasing the league title to cap off an impressive campaign.

And having fought off the heavy rain, Pontblyddyn went about securing top spot with a five-wicket home win over Dolgellau.

George Forgrave led the Pont bowling attack with 4-18, while Chris Moss, Mark Neath and Rhys Jones picked up two wickets apiece to dismiss Dolgellau for just 86.

James Hughes (17) and Alistair Roberts (15) helped Pont towards their victory total, before captain Chambers (21 not out) and David Foulkes (11no) clinched win and league title.

Mochdre secured the runners up spot after they played out a tie with fellow promotion chasers Bethesda.

Matthew Harrington (69) helped Bethesda to 115 for four from their rain restricted 20 overs, before Mochdre replied with 115 for five to secure an instant return to the Premier Division.

Carmel and District picked up the eight points they needed to secure promotion to Division One.

Barry McGauty's men played out an entertaining tie with Buckley to clinch the runners-up spot behind champions Gwersyllt Park, who claimed a walkover win against Llangollen.

Sam Evans (43), Gary Mayers (24) and Johnny Hewitt (21no) combined to help Buckley post 134 for eight, Mike Rapson bagging 3-25.

Daniel Owens struck 25 at the top of the order for Carmel, but the visitors slipped to 79 for eight and the brink of defeat.

But Rapson hit 33 not out and Michael Harrison added 23 to help Carmel to 134 for nine and a share of the spoils.

Llay Welfare Seconds wrapped up a convincing 10-wicket home win over Mochdre Seconds in the only Second XI Premier Division game of the day.

Steve Partington took 2-26 as Mochdre were restricted to 171 for five, a total Llay cruised past with Mike Phennah (90no) and Dave Jones (69no) in fine form with the bat.

Northop Hall, meanwhile, go into the final weekend of the Liverpool Competition season at the top of Division Two after their clash with promotion rival Caldy was rained off.

Dave Kennedy's Hall are two points clear of second placed Old Xaverians and 17 ahead of Caldy in third.