OH, where has the sun gone?

The soggy summer continued on Saturday as Denbigh entertained defending North Wales Cricket League Premier Division champions Menai Bridge.

Action at Ystrad Road was curtailed to just a dozen overs before heavy rain forced the contest to be abandoned.

Denbigh skipper Harrison Jones won the toss and he opted to spend the opening portion of the afternoon in the field.

There was a promising start to the contest from the Anglesey visitors, who reached 45-1 by the time the conclusion came.

Luke Jones and Jack Gower put together a 44-run stand for the opening wicket.

This eventually drew to a halt when Jones was bowled by Andy Clarke for 16.

Gower finished up undefeated on 24, while Clarke picked up 1-10 from six tight overs.

Both teams had to be satisfied with picking up three points apiece.

Following the abandonment, Menai Bridge trail leaders Bangor by 22 points with five games left to play.

Denbigh are in fifth spot with 129 points and there is a real chance that they could achieve a top-four finish this season.

St Asaph also picked up three points over the weekend as their Premier Division encounter at Pontblyddyn was cancelled.