The weekend action kicked off at Holyhead Road where league pacesetters Chirk AAA’s sent local derby rivals Cefn Albion crashing to a 4-1 defeat. There was nothing to chose between the two sides early on but on the half hour mark, Chirk went on a goal binge and Ashton Williams, Joe Evans and Louis Middlehurst had them 3-0 up. Cefn had the worst possible start to the second half and were on the ropes when Matty Harrison added to Chirk’s tally. Albion responded but a sending off to Nic Jones did not help but depsiote the dismissal they did peg a goal back through an own goal. A blot on the Chirk landscape came late on when Williams turned hero to villain and was shown a red card.

Corwen top the Premier Division table with 3 games played and so far they have yet to concede a goal. The polished off FC Queens Park with consummate ease 3-0. Joe Williams broke the deadlock in the 25th minute with a diving header. Midfielder Ryan Billington doubled their account from close range when Iorweth Jones sealed their success mid-way through the second half.

Brickfield Rangers are one of three teams sharing pole position after defeating Hawarden Rangers 4-1. Liam Sklenar broke the deadlock threading the ball under the keeper. Jack Abraham gave them a 2 goal cushion at the break firing into the far corner. Danny Holland stretched their lead further pouncing on a defensive slip up and despite conceding to a Rangers counter attack, a slick move down the right enabled Matty Wareham to drive into the box and square the ball to Alan Bull who netted at the near post.

Brymbo continue to go great guns and they beat Rhos Aelwyd 3-2 but only after steadying the ship after Rhos took a 2-0 lead through Daniel Harrison and James Haynes. Saving Brymbo’s bacon was Billy New who pegged things back to 2-1 just prior to half time. Jack Stewart levelled the clash and New weighed in with a late winner.

FC Nomads achieved back to back wins clinching a 4-1 success against Rhostyllen who took an early lead through an Ash Ryan penalty. Nomads won with time to spend in the end with strikes from Lee Reynolds, Ben Howarth and a late brace from Ryan McCleary.

LEX XI were held to a 1-1 draw by Llay Welfare, after a goal-less opening half, Jamie Pugh gave LEX the lead but a late strike from John Rhys Edwards levelled matters.

Penycae were second best and went down 4-0 against Mold Alex and to add to their woes had two players sent off. On target for Mold were Henry Carver, Connor Turner and a brace for Callum Freemn(2).

vSaltney shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw with Llanuwchllyn, on target was Jack Roberts with Iwan Roberts responding. Saltney finished with ten men after the dismissal of Elliott Bond.

In Division One in the match of the day between and Plas Madoc and Cefn Mawr Rangers, it was Plas Madoc who stole the show to thrash their village rivals in their own back yard 6-1. Jamie Williams was the star of the show converting a treble and completing the rout were Josh Williams and Lee Price who added to an own goal. Grabbing a lone consolation goal was Darren Evans.

Llangollen Town flopped to a 5-1 reversal against Rhydymwyn who went nap through Nathan Mendoza. Max Gillsannon, John Grossman(2) and Mitch Williams with a hosts getting a lone consolation goal through a Ben Wilson penalty.

Castell Alun managed to break their duck and they defeated Coedpoeth United 2-1 thanks to efforts from an Arthur Doo penalty following a handball incident and Rob Ward with a close range header extended their lead. The visitors response came from Jamie Williams following some good work by Kevin Breeze.

Mynydd Isa Spartans were worthy 3-1 winners against Offa Athletic and were on target through Mike Whales(2) and Nathan Jones.

Overton looked down and out when they were trailing 3-0 at Johnstown who grabbed early goals with a Matt Ferrie and two penalties converted by Dewi Reeves. Aeron Williams, Jack Massey and Mark Mathews for Overton to share a 3-3 draw.

Rhosllanerchrugog defeated New Brighton Villa 1-0, getting the only goal of the game was Josh Rush.

Gresford Athletic are making all of the early running in the Reserves Division and they sent Brickfield Rangers crashing to a 5-2 defeat. Making up their nap hand were Will Roberts, Simon Smith, Matty Thompson with a close range header and Owen Roberts who netted a goal in each half.

The game between Cefn Druids and Chirk Reserves had to be abandoned in the 76th minute due to a nasty injury to Druids player Nathan Rennie.

Hawarden Rangers were picked off 4-0 by Ruthin Town who were on target through Connor Davies, Harvey Davies, Matt Williams and Tom Williams.

Mold Alexandra lost 3-2 in their local derby clash with Buckley Town who netted through Tom Gunson, 16-yr-old Matt Mullarkey and Scott Davies scored the winner on 85 minutes.

Queens Park shared a 2-2 draw with Corwen and were on target through Tony Jones and Darren Gallup.

Writing all of the headlines in the Reserves and Colts Division are Llay Welfare who maintained their 100% winning start by defeating Cefn Mawr 3-1. Dan Richardson weighed in with a double salvo and sealing their success was Chris Hughes

Brymbo who should have been at New Brighton but failed to raised a team.

Cefn Albion thrashed Ruthin Town 7-0 and their marksmen were Conner Kendrick, Callum Mannion(2), Torne Samuels(2) and Lloyd Royce(2).

Coedpoeth United whitewashed Johnstown 8-0 and on target were Tom Edwards(2), Marcus Roberts, Owen Slawson, Dave Bromley(2) and Lee Griffiths(2).

Lex XI went nap to sink Llangollen Town 5-1, making up their tally were Jake Justice, Jamie Edwards, Steve Slawson, Russ Ings and Matt Tilyer with Rob Robertson outstanding.

Overton slumped to a 6-1 defeat against visiting Holywell Town but did manage a consolation goal through Ashley Stringer.

Rhos Aelwyd were on song and defeated Mynydd Isa Spartans 6-1 courtesy of strikes from Ian Jones, Carwyn Davies, Callum Smith, Liam Davies and Lloyd Marsden(2).