ABERGELE ended their North Wales Cricket League Division One campaign second-from-bottom in the standings after their final game with Llanrwst was washed out.

It has been a very disappointing season for Ed Rooney’s men, who have found it difficult with the bat in the face of some very stern opposition within the second tier this term.

Ben Garnett has led the way with an average of 25, with Gareth Edwards and Sam Painter both chipping in with 21 averages apiece.

Another to show brief promise was Josh Grant with a 24 average from five innings at the crease, but no Gele batsman managed to make it to hit the 200-run total during the season.

Their bowlers fared much better with the arrival of Lewis Tolond proving to be a very valuable addition to the squad, with the seamer leading the way with 36 wickets at an average of just 14 and an impressive strike rate of 22.5.

David Moulson was another Gele bowler to really catch the eye throughout the campaign, helping himself to 20 wickets from 120 overs at an average of 16 and 23 per cent of the team’s scalps.

The talented Owen Lynam also aided his side’s cause considerably by claiming 19 victims at an average of 25, with Kyle Walker and Karl Higgins also managing to make it into double figures as a result of their efforts.