THE Spillane and Co Midweek League heads into its final week with six teams having the chance to win the league.

In pole position are North Wales Police following a convincing win against DC Llanrwst. Having slipped to 7/3 it looked grim for the Police, but Matthew Westwood (28) and Gary James (38) put on a partnership of 60. Setting a final score of 105 all out.

Llanrwst also lost three early wickets, but Aron Hughes steadied the ship with 40. The middle order, however, could not cope with Sam Bright’s bowling as he took three wickets for nine runs and Hughes was left stranded as Llanrwst were bowled out for just 54.

Joining Police at the top are Ysgol Pen Y Bryn as they shot up the table with two wins.

Firstly, Llanrwst were put to the sword as Tom Roberts and Andy Butlin both made rapid half centuries. Three wickets from Nathan Hughes and two from Liam Herbert slowed the scoring, but 171-4 was a commanding score.

Nathan Jones was the Rwsters star with the bat as well as the ball, easily top scoring with 39 runs before becoming Ben Coxon's first ever victim! Llanrwst could not keep up with the run rate, ending on 113/7.

On the following evening, openers Dan Phillips (51) and Liam Herbert (43) took control as Ysgol Pen Y Bryn scored 148 - 4 from their 20 overs against Grape to Grass. Andrew Jackson took 2 - 30 from his four overs.

Despite a steady start from openers Wyn Williams (21) and Chris Pragnell (15), tight PYB bowling always ensured the school team were in control. Luke Russell and Dan Philllips were the stand out bowlers with 2 wickets each but a dogged 25not out by Tim Watson gained Grape to Glass scoring a losing bonus point, finishing on 87 - 5.

In the fourth game this week, The Bee’s title chances ended with a disappointing 40 run defeat. Conwy openers Graham Merideth (28) Dan Davies (51) put on 70 for first wicket, but good bowling kept Conwy to 123/5 In reply The Bee could never get going against tight Conwy bowling.

Vaughn Williams conceded just 10 from his four overs as the Bee reached just 83/6 despite good knocks from Aidan Kelly (23) and Stu Watkins (18).