LORD'S wasn't the only venue to witness a super over during the weekend!

There was also one at Ystrad Road.

Denbigh appeared to be heading for defeat when North Wales Cricket League Premier Division visitors Pontblyddyn reached 114-4.

They required just 38 for victory at this stage, but a single over from Sam Lewis turned the match on its head.

Amazingly, Lewis picked up four wickets during the brilliant over, helping Denbigh to eventually secure a 21-run margin of victory.

There was no sign of the drama to come when home skipper Harrison Jones won the toss and opted to bat first.

Duo Harrison Jones (52) and Gerallt Lyall (31) helped the home side to reach 68-1 and Denbigh looked to be on course for a decent tally.

Aled Roberts (3-15) and James Hughes (3-37) kept the innings in check, despite the best efforts of Joe Clayton (18) and Tom Schrimshaw (11).

At the end of the innings, Denbigh lost their final four wickets for only eight runs and they were bowled out for 151 in the 45th over.

Doing the late damage was Chris Moss (3-34).

After tea, the efforts of David Foulkes (41) and Ben Mason (21) helped Pontblyddyn make a promising start to their response.

Alec Lewis (2-30) and Harrison Jones were among the wickets initially for Denbigh and with the score on 114-4, Sam Lewis began his pivotal over.

He trapped James Griffiths leg before and from the next delivery, Lewis bowled Edward Jones.

Two balls later and Lewis dismissed Chris Myles lbw and the amazing over continued when he bowled James Hughes from the next delivery.

The end was near and it was left to Harrison Jones to grab the two remaining wickets as Pontblyddyn were bowled out for 130 in the 40th over of their innings.

Lewis finished up with 4-25 from nine overs, while Jones took 3-20.

Denbigh would claim 11 of the 15 points that were on offer.