FC Queens Park demonstrated how anxious they are to keep the kindred spirit going engendered by the late Martin Ford and the newly formed side shaped by Dave Evans ran out comfortable 3-1 winners at Cefn Albion. It was made somewhat easier however as Albion went down to 10 men early on when Dion Gibbons was shown a straight red card but that was after Richard Jones had given Queens Park the lead. Being a man down it sparked Albion into life and from this moment despite the numerical advantage Cefn controlled the remainder of the opening half. Jones to double his tally on the hour mark but despite Zac Davies pulling a goal back, Sean Humphreys sealed a hard fought victory after scoring from a mazy run from his own half.

Brickfield Rangers lived up to their top billing and secured an opening day success to defeat new boys Rhos Aelwyd 2-0 courtesy of strikes from fullback Chris Boyes and Liam Sklenar. Boyes powered home a Danny Holland corner on 16 minutes and Holland was again provider for Skelnar to cement the win.

Corwen bagged a comfortable 4-0 success against FC Nomads and opened their tally early on through Joe Williams. Iorweth Jones carved out an opening for Ryan Billington to give the hosts a 2 goal cushion at the break. Jones was involved on his sides third which was deflected into his own net by a Nomad defender and completing the rout was midfield Billington.

Hawarden Rangers were held to a 2-2 draw by Penycae and they took an early lead through Jason Wright. Josh Millington missed a guilt edged chance to level things but he fluffed a spot-kick opportunity. However when a second penalty was awarded, he made no mistake converting it. Danny Wynne restored Rangers lead but up popped ‘Johnny-on-the spot’ Elliott Kavanagh to level matters with 5 minutes left.

Llanuwchllyn were turned over grand-style and were hit for six 6-0 by rampant Chirk AAA’s. Man of the match Joe Evans converted a hat-trick and completing the whitewash were Louis Middlehurst, Josh Phillips and Andy Pryde.

Mold Alexandra failed to contain newly promoted Brymbo who proved worthy 3-1 winners and were on target through Billy New and a double salvo from Ben Kearney. Connor Turner fired a lone 73rd minute consolation goal.

Rhostyllen were holding their own in the opening half against LEX XI but they then capitulated. Man of the match Danny Barnett opened LEX’s account around the hour mark. Moments later Dylan Jones swooped from close range before Jordan Cartwright and Liam Price sealed their success.

The Premier Division programme commenced on Friday night with Saltney Town winning 3-1 at Llay Welfare courtesy of goals by Elliot Bond and two from Jake Johnson. Pegging a goal back for Welfare was Kev Hope.

Llangollen won their opening day Division One encounter with neighbours Rhosllanerchrugog 4-1, opening a 3-0 half lead were Josh Langford, Lee Phelan and Kevin Day. Ryan Lightwood stretched their lead with Josh Rush hitting back.

Coedpoeth secured a narrow 2-1 verdict against Cefn Mawr Rangers with Olly Lewis netting a goal in each half.

Offa Athletic shared four goals in a 2-2 stalemate with Johnstown, firing the hosts goals were Andy Bithell and Andy Roberts with Connor Wright and Dewi Reeves earning the visitors a point.

Overton suffered a 5-0 drubbing against Rhydymwyn who went nap through hat-trick hero Scott Nelson, Connor Whelan and Ben Jones.

Elsewhere Plas Madoc slammed Mynydd Isa Spartans 6-1 with Josh Williams, Nicky Williams (2), Richard Lawrence (2) and Lee Price shared the half-dozen for the home side, Harvey Hammersley with the opposition's sole effort.

Last seasons Reserves Division champions Ruthin Town conjured up a 3-0 success at Brickfield Rangers with strikes fromTom Mann, Tom Dyer and Will Owen.

Andy Jones and James Rumney combined for Buckley Town to defeat Corwen 2-1 who hit back through Ryan Maddocks.

Castell Alun Colts took a 24th minute lead through Kevin Valentine against FC Queens Park who notched a second half own goal leveller.

FC Nomads came unstuck against the much fancied Cefn Druids who gave debuts to 4 16 year olds but it was Lewis George who wrote the headlines converting a hat-trick to add to an own goal. Cameron Gardner netted for the hosts.

Rhos Aelwyd Reserves were top scorers in the Reserves and Colts Division and they whitewashed hosts Johnstown 6-0 and their marksmen were Callum Smith(2), Luke Williams, Carwyn Davies, Jake Jones and Morgan Taylor.

Brymbo flopped to a 5-1 reversal against Cefn Albion who went nap through man of the match Callum Taylor who weighed in with a 4 goal salvo. Sealing their success was Tom Miller.

Cefn Mawr Rangers went down 1-0 at home who scored a 73rd minute winner through Jamie Edwards.

Holywell Town were narrowly defeated 3-2 by Ruthin Town who sahed things through Kian Thomas(2) and Elgan Lloyd with the Wellmen responding through Nathan Williams and Ryan Edge.

Joe Robins and Joe Jones were on target for Mynydd Isa Spartans in their 4-2 defeat against Llay Welfare who netted through Dan Richardson(2), the impressive Aiden Fox and Ben Crawford.

Lewis Jones converted a 61st minute penalty for New Brighton Villa at Penycae who grabbed a late leveller through Ben Richards.

Rhydymwyn thrashed Overton 5-1 courtesy of a double from Jack Smallman, an OG, Josh Cooke and Gary McNaught. Lewis Williams did manage to reduce the arrears.