With just 3 games gone - Queens Park top the table after securing a 4-2 success at Rhydymwyn who caused a ripple by taking the lead through fullback Kai Oldfield whose shot flew into the top corner. Park thought they had levelled but the referee ruled out a James Gregory effort for offside. The visitors did get back on level terms when new signing Niall Challoner managed to flick a Tony Jones free kick into the top corner. Both Josh Philips and Sean Dodd stood out for the visitors and had a hand in setting up Andrew Elms to strike a wonder goal in with his left foot. The goal saw Park play with more freedom and the chances started to come and James Gregory finished with ease. Challoner capped a fine debut as he cut inside and drilled it into the bottom corner. The last action of the day belonged to the hosts who had Charlie Bradbury scoring with the last kick of the game.

Brickfield Rangers failed to get off the mark and were polished off 6-1 in their own back yard against Saltney Town. Rangers started sluggishly and weren’t at the races. They were soon 2-0 down after 20 minutes through Jack Roberts and Paul Johnson but Danny Davies on his debut pulled one back very quickly. Brickfield assistant manager Andy Ruscoe was left to bemoan “in the second half we went to pot and clearly were not good enough at all.” Jack Roberts, Rabih Jumaa and Jake Johnson sealed the win.

Brymbo came down to earth with a bump and were sent crashing to a 6-4 defeat by Cefn Albion who had pulled level at 3-3 at one stage through Alex Williams, Callum Mannion and Danny Holland after Brymbo won much of early spoils. Brymbo were reduced to reduced to 10 men but despite netting through Andrew Noonan, Ben Kearney and Ryan Clarke (2), Albion added further efforts from Jordan Williams who scored an absolute ‘worldie’ and then Mannion and Alex Williams sealed Albion’s success.

In the local derby at Afoneitha it is Penycae that have the bragging rights after flooring village rivals Rhos Aelwyd 3-1. Ryan Jones weighed in with a double salvo prior to James Haynes pegging a goal back. Connor Kendrick then went on cement the win.

Plas Madoc are up and running and they clinched a 3-2 success against CPD Llanuwchllyn, Richard Lloyd netted an 11th minute goal from a freekick and Nicky Williams added a stunner from 25 yards before Josh Foulkes added a 3rd goal late in the game. The visitors replied through a Tom Jones double.

Match of the day was at Rhostyllen who chalked up a narrow 2-1 success over Chirk AAA’s. Olly Allman opened their account but it was wiped out by Joe Roberts. Drew Wickens secured a second half winner.

Llay Welfare are holding their heads high after claiming the scalp of Castell Alun who had the games first clear cut chance when Rob Ward rattled the Welfare bar from outside of the box. Rhys Lloyd and Mikey Wright turned this game on its head for a 2-0 Welfare success.

In Division One, Coedpoeth United were defeated 3-0 by New Brighton Villa who were on target through Jack Eccleston, Paul Rambaldi and Sam Wainwright

Halkyn and Flint Mountain flopped to a 3-1 reversal against LEX XI and had taken the lead through David Walkiewicz. A spirited fight back which included a penalty miss saw LEX return home with all three points courtesy of efforts from Joao da Silva, young Alex Sheriff then pressurised the hosts defender to head in his own net forcing Halkyn to throw through caution to the wind looking to level and as the home side pressed for an equaliser they were caught on the break and Adam Roberts put the result beyond doubt.

Chris Paddock scored for Johnstown in their 3-1 reversal against Cefn Mawr Rangers who netted through Ryan Harden and a late Ben Duffy double.

Mynydd Isa Spartans were beaten 2-1 by Llangollen Town whose marksmen were Harvey Tatlock and Kris Jones with Ady Davies responding.

Overton ended up second best against Hawarden Rangers and were hammered 9-3, Adam McLaughlin, Chris Bush and Alex Williams bagged the O’s goals. Tom Janney (4), Tom Bridges (2), Ellis Owen Jones, Theo Hannah and Connor de Winter provided Hawarden’s goals.

In the Reserves section, Llay Welfare took a pasting and were walloped 7-1 by hosts Buckley Town who were on target through Aron Williams (2), Jake Roberts (2), Callum Humphries, Tom Gunson, Matt Mullarkey. Luke Taylor was Llay’s solitary scorer.

Castell Alun have been slow to get out of the traps and they went down 6-2 at home to Gresford Athletic who had Ally Gibson firing a 4 goal salvo. Completing their tally were Dave Browning and Luke Jones.

Hawarden Rangers took a point from their 1-1 draw with Queens Park with Richie Evans wiping out a visitors opener through Nathan Buckley.

Mold Alexandra were worthy 5-3 winners against Ruthin Town and making up their nap hand were Elliott Evans, Jake Jones with a treble and Luke Muir. Responding for Ruthin were David Finnie, Luke Humphreys and an own goal.

Turning to the Reserves and Colts Division, Bala Town secured a comfortable 4-2 success against Overton thanks to efforts from Joe Ouslem and Cai Aykroyd who bagged two goals apiece, Alex Evans and Matt Vye.

Coedpoeth United went down 3-1 at home to Cefn Mawr Rangers but reduced the arrears through Jamie Jones.

A solitary strike from Matt Jones enabled Llangollen Town to topple Llay Welfare Colts 1-0.

Airbus secured a worthy 4-0 success against Mynydd Isa Spartans including a hat trick from Oliver Lanceley, Luke Griffin completed the scoring.