FC Queens Park were put to the sword by Brickfield Rangers who raised their game and showed massive signs of improvement despite going down 2-1. Barry Torrence opened the Park account and although a Tony Jones own goal had the visitors square, Torrence converted a late penalty to seal the points for the league leaders.

Castell Alun showed up better but were narrowly defeated 1-0 by Saltney Town courtesy of an angled drive by Jake Johnson following a slide rule pass from Paul Johnson.

Cefn Albion failed to deliver and went down 2-1 against Llanuwchllyn despite taking an early lead through Alex Williams. The hosts had the lions share of the opening half but in injury time at the end of the half, Llan which levelled the clash through h Tom Watkin Jones and Joe Evans went on take the lead in the 47th minute when a pinpoint cross was converted and they held out for three points.

A solitary strike from Kyle Reid enabled Rhydymwyn to narrowly topple Llay Welfare 1-0.

Mold Alexandra were a class apart from Chirk AAA’s who the beat with time to spare 5-1, Danny Warren and Kevin Day grabbed two goals apiece after Ben Howarth had opened their account in the 2nd minute. Louis Middlehurst did manage a 75th minute consolation goal.

Rhostyllen maintained their good start to the campaign with a 2-1 derby success against Rhos Aelwyd with strikes from Olly Allman and James Trigg on his debut who came off the bench to score a close range header.

In Division One, Tom Bridges converted a hat-trick as Hawarden Rangers defeated Halkyn and Flint Mountain 3-1.

In the Reserves Division, Gresford Athletic maintained their fine start and they defeated Rhos Aelwyd 3-1, on target were Taylor Williams, Gaz Williams and Matty Thompson.

Buckley turned over Queens Park 5-2 and their marksmen were Lewis Home, Henry Jones, Adam Eden(2) and Matt Bodman. Replying were Dan Roberts and Sean Thomas.

Ruthin Town came unstuck and they went down 3-0 at home against Holywell Town.

Turning to the Reserves and Colts league, Brymbo shared a 2-2 draw with Saltney Town but Ryan Cullimore and Ken Davies had their goals wiped out by a Danny Roberts double.

A solitary strike from John Jones allowed Cefn Mawr Rangers to narrowly defeat Llangollen Town.

Johnstown had their clash with Rhydymwyn abandoned after Matt Bride was taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg.

Ruthin Town flopped to a 4-2 reversal against Mynydd Isa Spartans.


Holywell Town kicked off their new campaign in the Welsh National League with a goal-less draw with Brymbo leaving manager Jonny Hazeldene quite philosophical about the result saying “It was an entertaining game, we expected a big reaction from Brymbo after their defeat on Saturday. I thought the game was end-to-end and could have gone either way. Unfortunately we didn't manage to get the win but we are a new group, a little bit behind everyone else in terms of competitive games and I definitely think tonight will make us stronger going forward. Overall it was a good point to start the season, a clean sheet and we are up and running.”

Connor Kendrick opened and closed the scoring for Penycae as they defeated neighbours Plas Madoc 3-1. It had been an even game and all 4 goals came in a frantic last 15 minutes. Plas Madoc had levelled through Nicky Williams so a fine Jack Edwards strike proved decisive.

In Division One, Coedpoeth grabbed their 1st point of the campaign drawing 1-1 with Mynydd Isa Spartans, Matty Thomas netted for the hosts but his late penalty miss proved costly.

Lewis Jones and Chris Roberts bagged two goals apiece as Cefn Mawr defeated LEX XI 4-2 who replied through a John Collo brace.

Llangollen defeated a depleted Johnstown 9-1 who were sadly missing 8 regulars and they found it too much of a shoulder to bare. Racking up the Llan goals we Ben Reeley(2), Cody Sylvester(2), Dan Weir, Joe Morris, Cameron Evans and Kristian Jones(2). Netting a lone consolation goal was Dewi Reeves.

Max Nothall hit back for Brickfield in their 2-1 reversal against Mold Alex.

Chris Owen netted both of the Llay goal as his side defeated Hawarden Rangers 2-1.

Cefn Albion Reserves chalked up a 4-2 victory at Llay Colts, Darnell Prescott fired a treble and Tyler Wilkinson sealed their win with Adam Kendrick and Dan Parry on target for Llay.