THE stunning start to the season has continued for Denbigh.

The Ystrad Road outfit continue to rule the roost in the Premier Division of the North Wales Cricket League following their comfortable seven-wicket triumph versus Mochdre.

Captain Harrison Jones was the star man for Denbigh on Saturday, claiming four wickets with the ball and then hitting an unbeaten half-century to guide his side to their third triumph of the campaign so far.

Jones won the pre-match toss and he invited the visitors to make first use of the batting track.

What a sound decision this turned out to be, with Mochdre being dismissed for just 122 in the 45th over of their innings.

Captain Matthew Humphreys was the visitors' top performer with the bat as he struck an undefeated 39, with support being supplied by the likes of Gareth Goodson (31) and Stewart Williams (19).

The ball proved to be mightier than the bat, though, and Denbigh's six-man attack was able to keep the innings in check.

Second change bowler Harrison Jones took the main plaudits courtesy of his fine 4-19 return from 12 overs.

Andy Clarke was also in terrific form with figures of 2-31, while there were also wickets for Jon Eccles (1-1), Gethin Williams (1-6), Joe Lewis (1-30) and Jack Griffiths (1-34).

Discipline was another main feature and Denbigh conceded only four extras.

There were few trials and tribulations when it was Denbigh's turn to bat.

They reached a victorious 124-3 with more than eight overs to spare.

Gerallt Lyall (25) and Andy Thomas (13) got the reply off to a solid start.

It was left to Harrison Jones (51 not out) and Joe Clayton (11 not out) to eventually lead the hosts to success.

Wickets went the way of Kyle Brown (1-17) and Russ Boswell (1-18) as Denbigh claimed the majority of the points on offer in a 13-2 split.