IT'S as you were as the leading five teams in the Premier Division all made sure of triumphs.

Gwersyllt Park have already defeated defending champions St Asaph this season, but second-placed Brymbo made sure they avoided the same fate via a 52-run victory on their travels.

Skipper Dan Parry won the toss for Brymbo and he opted to make first use of the batting track.

Sam Aplin (54), Chris Taylor (56) and George Deniz (27 not out) helped the visitors to reach 229 for nine from their 50 overs, as Iroshan De Silva (4-38) and Venumadhav Peram (3-30) kept Park in the contest.

Gwersyllt Park's reply was halted on 177 in the 46th over. Jake James (36), Ryan Collier (30) and Maneesha Nissanka (29 not out) led the chase, as Connor Davies (4-18) impressed for Brymbo.

Northop remain in fourth spot after squeaking home by two wickets in their tussle at Denbigh.

Despite the warm, sunny conditions, it wasn't to be a day for batsmen at Ystrad Road and Denbigh were dismissed for 129 in the 40th over. Sam Lewis' 58 was crucial for the hosts, as Welsh international Romano Franco, Fabio Franco and Ashraf Nawab took three wickets apiece.

Matthew Mullarkey (29) and Andrew Oates (26 not out) helped Northop to reach 130 for eight. Harrison Jones snapped up four for 19.

Gresford will have been disappointed to lose out by just 16 runs in their home encounter with Menai Bridge.

Batting first, Bridge were dismissed for 105 in the 38th over. Gethin Roberts (25) top scored, while Simon Perry (4-11), Tom Crewe (2-14) and Daniel Williams (2-20) impressed for Gresford.

Despite a 35-run opening stand between Wes Evans (21) and Robert Clark, Gresford would then be all out for 89 (Dion Holden 3-11).

Leaders Mochdre stretched their advantage at the top out to 30 points following their 95-run success at home to basement side Llandudno.

Marcus Mangiameli (51), James Gilman (58) and skipper Joe Chaplin (55) were the leading lights as Mochdre set 267 for seven.

Divya Pratap Singh and Jamie Grimshaw both bagged two for 43 for Llandudno, who conceded 50 extras.

Sam Rimmington and Matthew Lambe both struck 35 in Llandudno's 172 all out. Matty Humphreys bagged four for 37 for Mochdre.

Third-placed St Asaph got the better of Bangor by 31 runs.

Nathanael Scott (78) and Duncan Midgley (30) were the leading scorers as the Saints were dismissed for 168 (Smit Parekh 3-13, Joe Maltby 3-34).

Despite a knock of 43 from Nadeem Rehman, Bangor's response finished up on 137 (Dan Evans 4-17).