THE game of the week in the Spillane and Co Wealth Management T20 Evening Cricket League saw school sides Ysgol Pen Y Bryn and Rydal Penrhos play out a thrilling draw.
Rydal posted a modest 110 for seven, with Johnny Davies top scoring with 27 and Russ Boswell taking two for seven in reply.
PYB also lost regular wickets, and with Andy Spillane anchoring the innings with 35, the school needed 10 from the final over.
Three singles and a couple of dot balls from Hamish Brown meant that six were required off the final ball, but Sean McHale gladly obliged by smashing a straight six to share the spoils.
Mochdre kept up their winning start with a 26 run victory over Conwy, posting a winning total of 125 for eight thanks to 49 from Will Evans and 37 from Adam Jones.
Dan Davies took three for 22, and completed a fine all-round performance by scoring 51, but it was not enough to take victory as his side were restricted to just 99 runs.
Eirias High School are also on a 100% start after beating Colwyn Bay Rugby Club by 43 runs.
Paul Woodhouse top scored with 38 of the school's 123 for nine, with the pick of the rugby club bowlers Anthony Edwards with four for 17 and three for 19 from Tony Lumby.
Despite 36 from Anthony Edwards, the Rugby Club were always behind the run-chase, and were bowled out for 80.
Bryn Y Neuadd bagged a 78 run win over a youthful Llanrwst team, posting 148 for three thanks to century scores from Gareth Davies and Paul Bourne.
With an average age of 16 years, apart from the 69-year-old captain Richard Glyn Jones, Llanrwst were always going to struggle with reaching the winning total and despite a fine all round effort from Callum Jones (17 runs and two for 29) the Rwsters closed on 70-6.
Rhos Fynach Taverners edged a high-scoring clash with local rivals Penrhyn Arms, as both sides smashed a superb 20 sixes.
Tom Roberts and Rob Greenland both passed 50 for the Taverners, as they posted 159 for two off their 20 overs.
The Arms lost regular wickets in reply, but fine knocks from Mark and Bobby Nellist, who hit 34 and 55 respectively, gave them hope, as they finished 30 short on 129 all out.
A young St Davids College side lost twice in the space of a week, as a half century from Jamil Afzal helped Fugro Robertsons to a winning total of 105 for six.
Despite a good knock of 31 from Huw Alexander, Robertsons were always on top, with Alistair Burn taking four for 11 as they were bowled out for 75.
St Davids lost their second game to Lex by 68 runs, who posted 119-6 with a top score of 36 from Dave Fowler.
Andrew Bohana, who took two against Fugro, again performed well with the ball with three for 15, but both Harri Vaughan and Matt Longley also claimed three victims each to guide their team to victory.
Abergele CC also maintained their unbeaten start with an 80 run victory over Conwy Celts.
A fine knock from Captain Ben Garnett (50) helped by Ed Rooney (36) and Karl Higgins (36) saw Gele post 151-4.
In reply Celts found scoring tough and finished on 71 for 3, Hugh Kelly top scoring with 26.