PRESTATYN picked up a notable scalp in the form of a one-wicket success at Bangor in their latest friendly fixture.

The Liverpool and District Competition side were made to work hard by the North Wales Cricket League Premier Division champions before eventually finding the necessary runs in dramatic fashion, which is their more eye-catching result of the summer so far.

The home side managed to set a target of 163-6 from their allotted 40 overs in the middle thanks in no small part to the exceptional batting performance of Owen Reilly, who hit a sensational century to further enhance his reputation as one of the brightest young prospects anywhere in the country.

Reilly is a Welsh U18 international who also captained the Rydal Penrhos school side as a Sixth Former, and he demonstrated his exceptional shot selection before he was eventually removed by Sheil Sethi on 104.

Only two other Bangor batsmen made it into double figures, with Tomos Davies (29) and Liam McCann (18*) also contributing to their modest target.

Sethi was the pick of the visiting bowling attack with four wickets for the loss of 21 runs from an eight-over spell, with Benjamin Hughes also helping himself to a scalp.

Prestatyn managed to reach their required total with just one ball to spare, with opener Rohit Kaimal producing another knock of genuine quality to continue his outstanding form this summer.

The talented batsman made an impressive 66 before he was removed by Aidan Kelly, and other scores of note came from Lucas Sheridan (24), Jack Cheetham (18), Nauman Ahmad (17) and wicketkeeper Andy Taylor (13*).

Davies tried to make a fight of things on his way to figures of 3-17, with Reilly and Kelly also claiming two wickets at the combined expense of 39 runs.