CHIRK haven't sampled defeat since June - and they'll be aiming to maintain their impressive run in the Shropshire League this weekend.

James Carter's side are on their travels with tomorrow's Division One trip to Wellington seconds.

The last loss was a one-wicket reverse at the hands of Frankton back on May 27 and since then, Chirk have embarked on a five-match undefeated sequence to climb into fourth spot.

Last time out, Chirk eased to a 60-run success in their meeting with Bomere Heath and in impressive form were Wynn Jones (48), Connor Bailey (5-11) and Andrew Swarbrick (3-34).

Northop Hall are back in action in the Liverpool Competition tomorrow.

With CrickFest being held at the club last weekend, there was no game, but action returns for Carwyn Johnson's side tomorrow with their Division Two trip to Alder.

This will begin a busy spell for Hall's first team, who will play three league games in the space of eight days.

Northop Hall seconds will welcome Orrell Red Triangle tomorrow.

Wales National County (North) continued their winning run this season with a comfortable 87-run victory versus Cumbria Development.

Batting first, North Wales amassed 278 for five from their 50 overs.

Mathew Ryan (78), Nathanael Scott (92 not out) and Will Ryan (59) made sure the home side set an imposing total.

Cumbria's reply was halted on 191 (Nathan Waterston 86).

Mathew Jones picked up three for 19 and there were two wickets apiece for Jason Foulkes and Charlie Collins.

Young North Wales cricketers managed to make their mark in competitive action.

Wales National County (North) U19s took part in the Mersey Cup T20 festival and they finished as runners-up.

North Wales manager Russell Penrhyn-Jones said on Twitter: “What a great 3 days... excellent group of lads, watching them progress each day was very pleasing.

“Many thanks to Will Owen, John Bell and Sam Painter for your support and hard work.”

North Wales U19s were back in action yesterday in a pair of T20 contests against Staffordshire.