In the Tuesday's top match, Rhostyllen can hold their heads high for holding title holders Queens Park for much of the game but an opening half strike from Tristan Wagner who turned from hero to villain and received a 2nd half red card and a last minute penaly scored by Mike Latham saw Park over the line after a foul on Barry Torrence. Park boss Dave Evans saw the win as a workman like performance against a very good Rhostyllen side saying “Some sloppy finishing allowed them to stay in the game and in the end a draw would have been a fair result. We will take this as a hard earned three points won but we will have to improve, especially our discipline.”

At the Ring, Llay Welfare entertained Plas Madoc and it finished all square and goal-less.

Rhydymwyn can take some credit for their gusty display against Mold Alex who just narrowly shaded this epic 3-2 despite being twice behind. The winners goals were conjured up by Lee Jones, Rhys Nash and Dave Bryan. The hosts had taken a 1st minute lead through Sam Davidson and at one stage were 2-1 up through Scott Nelson.

There was much action in the lower leagues and in the Reserves Division,

Gresford Athletic spanked Hawarden Rangers 6-1 courtesy of strikes from Owen Roberts, Dave Brownng and a 4 goal haul by Tyler Williams.

Ruthin Town flopped to a 2-0 reversal against Corwen. Andrew Roberts scored both their goals.

In the Reserves and Colts Division, Airbus shared a 2-2 draw against Saltney Town who took an early lead through Jim Leighton but a Ben Barrett own goal and Mike Walker put the Wingmakers in charge. In the dying minutes, Ryan Barrett grabbed a late leveller.

Josh Valentine and Callum Taylor netted two goals apiece as Cefn Albion defeated neighbours Johnstown 6-2, completing the rout were Torne Samuels and Tom Miller. Johnstown managed two late strikes from Josh Smith including a penalty.