The Brymbo clash with Chirk AAA’s lived up to its top billing and the 4-1 success for Brymbo has them sharing poll position with Corwen and their opponents Chirk on 12 points. Chirk struck first through Brymbo old boy Matty Harrison but after that it all went downhill. Granted they had several key players missing and were forced to play striker Joe Roberts in goal but to their credit, Brymbo were really in fine form and levelled just before the break through Zac Clarke. James Cummins stretched their lead with new signings Jack Prescott and Ryan Clarke netting on their debut.

Sharing top spot are Corwen but they were polished off 3-1 by Saltney Town with consummate ease. Leon Whitley and Rabih Jumaa hit back but Jumaa turned villain from hero as later was red carded. Whitley doubled his tally deep into stoppage time.

Poor old Penycae are still down in the doldrums and they will hugely disappointed to have been turned over by village rivals Rhos Aelwyd who secured a narrow 1-0 success through Ian Hughes who grabbed an 81st minute decider.

FC Nomads ended Llay Welfare’s fine start to the campaign with opening half efforts from Ryan McCleary and Matty Hill to win 2-0.

Hawarden Rangers defeated Lex XI 5-0 and making up their nap hand Craig Stewart who added to a four goal salvo by Danny Wynne.

Rhostyllen are still looking to break their duck and they were sunk 4-1 by FC Queens Park who opened their account through fullback Rhys Hughes. The hosts missed from the spot to level but Mark Williams squared things just before the break. The visitors upped the tempo and ran away with things with midfielder Richard Jones getting a hat-trick.

Cefn Albion fought out a 1-1 draw with Brickfield Rangers. Cefn had the lion’s share of the opening half chances in front of goal and dominated things at times but spurned three good chances. Albion deservedly took the lead through a Conner Kendrick penalty. Pushing for a second goal, they made a mistake at the back which was punished to let ‘Brickie back in through Danny Holland.

Mold Alex shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Llanuwchllyn, Henry Carver and Callum Freeman forged out a 2-0 lead but let things slip with John Evans and Iolo Jones levelling.

Plas Madoc are making a massive impact in Division One and head the pack and have won all five games so far. The clinched a 4-1 victory over Castell Alun and their marksmen were Dave Bullough, Jamie Williams, Lee Price and Michael Jones with Josh Coleclough netting for Castell Alun on 29 mins.

Coedpoeth United flopped to a 3-2 reversal against Mynydd Isa Spartans but were able to show positive signs of improvement. Isa prospered through hat-trick hero Mike Whales with Kurt Griffiths and Nathan Jones reducing the arrears.

Overton are off the mark and they defeated Llangollen Town 2-1 with strikes from Aaran Williams from the penalty spot and Harry Massey, Ben Wilson replied for Llangollen.

In the local at derby at Moreton Plying Fields, Johnstown came unstuck and were defeated 3-1 by Cefn Mawr Rangers whose marksmen were Coby Sylvester, Lewis Penrose and Josh Foulkes. Replying for the hosts was Dewi Reeves.

League leaders in the Reserves Division, Gresford Athletic had their fine run ended with a 1-1 draw at FC Queens Park who had Harry Gregory cancelling out a Will Roberts effort.

It is Cefn Druids who are tipped to take the top honours and they chalked up a 5-1 success over FC Nomads who took the lead. Ace predator Lewis George weighed in with a double salvo and completing their tally were new kids on the block, Efan Woodall, Toby Nash and Cameron James.

Brickfield Rangers thrashed Hawarden Rangers 7-3. Man of the match Zac Price fired a four goal salvo and adding to their account were Matty Wareham, Scott Swords and Sam Giles.

Castell Alun were beaten 5-1 by Chirk AAA’s who went nap through Shaun Morris(2), George Fletcher, Josh Newall and Matty Woods with Fraser Starkey replying on 63 mins.

Corwen shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw with Ruthin with a Chris Evans own goal cancelling out an opener from Tom Williams.

In the Reserves and Colts Division, Coedpoeth are having a blistering start and they defeated overnight leaders Llay Welfare 3-0 with strikes from Ross Jones, Kurt Griffiths and Adam Taylor.

Cefn Mawr Rangers flopped to a 5-2 reversal against Ruthin Town whose man of the match Osian Audley captured a treble with Llion Thomas sealing their success. Responding were Sam Marr and James Reynolds.

Mynydd Isa Spartans went down 2-1 against Penycae who netted through Josh Millington and 40 year old Ian Andrews who made a cameo appearance and grabbed the winner after Kian Loftus had netted for Isa.

New Brighton Villa proved too hot to handle for Johnstown and were comfortable 5-1 winners and were on target were Liam Davies, Steve Orsler, Adam Furnell, Jack Gill and Lewis Jones. Hitting back was Dean Wickens.

Segio Adams and Lewis Williams grabbed Overton’s goals in their 2-1 win at Brymbo who responded through Andy Butterton.

Rhos Aelwyd were defeated 2-1 by Llangollen Town who were on target through Josh Davies and Max Claridge. Reducing the arrears was Lloyd Marsden.