TWO out of three ain't bad for Wales National County (North)!

The North Wales cricketers have played Northumberland Development in three matches this week, winning two of them.

Amazingly, despite the wet weather, there was action at Bangor Cricket Club.

Reduced from 50 overs-per-side to 30, North Wales set 191 for seven.

Adam Campion continued his good form for the region with an unbeaten 48, well supported by the likes of Matt Humphreys (38), Sam Rimmington (25), Will Ryan (24) and Duncan Midgley (18).

Despite Matthew Oswell's 34 not out, Northumberland were all out for 170.

St Asaph's Danny Ryan snapped up 3-23 and there were two wickets apiece for Campion and Owen Reilly.

Menai Bridge Cricket Club hosted two T20 contests on Wednesday.

The first one was a close contest, with North Wales running out winners by just six runs.

Campion and G Roberts both struck 32 as the home side made 139 for eight.

Also making their mark were Denbigh's Harrison Jones (22), Sam Rimmington (18) and Will Ryan (12).

Northumberland got as close as 133 for eight (John Oswell 30).

Harrison Jones bagged 3-40, with a wicket each going to Chris Ellwood, Campion, Danny Ryan, Gethin Roberts and Joe Howell.

Northumberland took their revenge in the next match with a thumping 102-run success.

Bobby Green's 35 was the top score in an effort of 158 for seven.

Harrison Jones, Owen Reilly, Danny Ryan, Adam Campion and Joe Howell claimed a wicket apiece.

Will Ryan (15) was the only batsman to reach double figures as North Wales were all out for just 56.

Brymbo skipper Dan Parry was a part of the squad and he said: "It was a great advert for North Wales cricket and the progression under Russ Penrhyn (Jones) and Robbie Jones is clear to see.

"North Wales won two out of three games against a side which contained full Minor Counties players and players who featured against Yorkshire CCC in their Royal London Cup warm-up match."