The shock of the day came at Stansty Park where underdogs Coedpoeth United dumped out much fancied Rhostyllen. Ok they might gave have needed extra time to get their name in the hat for the next round but they were well worth their win. Talented teenager Olly Lewis who is maturing like a fine wine had his side 2-0 up but the visitors upped their game after the break with player boss Warren Duckett making his debut and they rallied to take the game into extra time which in fact did belong to Coedpoeth who grabbed the winner with a well taken penalty from Kev Breeze.

Brickfield Rangers failed to break their duck and they flopped to a shock 7-2 reversal against an impressive New Brighton Villa who made their mark with Sam Wainwright converting two early penalties. Plundering the hosts into further difficulty were Ste Orsler, James Beck, Lee Griffiths, Liam Davies and Sam Moffatt. Reducing the arrears were George Baxter and Dan Davies.

Castell Alun Colts are up and running with a convincing 4-0 success against Llangollen. A goal of sheer class from Scott Williams opened their account and Nathan Davies gave them a 2-0 lead. A double salvo from Owen Williams sealed their victory.

Llandyrnog United booked a 4-2 passage against LEX XI who trailed 3-0 at one stage but a brace from Johnny Collo had them right back in the game but chasing for the leveller they were caught on the counter attack with the hosts netting a 4th goal in stoppage time.

Mynydd Isa Spartans pulled off a splendid 5-1 success against Llanuwchllyn who had Cal Pierce putting them in the driving seat converting a treble and although Joe Evans pegged a goal back the visitors went nap with further efforts from Jordan Evans scored from a corner and Kieran Jones who scored a fine solo goal.

Penycae were worthy 6-0 winners over Caerwys, Connor Kendrick got them up and running with 2 early goals and Ant Dunleavey matched him by bagging a brace as well. Ryan Jones and Carl Davies sealed their success leaving Ben Heath a delighted manager “It was a clean sheet, 6 goals, the return of Tom Belton in goal and the performance could not have been faulted. The result set us up quite nicely for our trip to Brymbo next week”.

Rhosllanerchrugog failed to deliver and village rivals Plas Madoc were a class apart winning 12-2. The days top scorer by a country mile was Nicky Williams who netted 8 of his sides goals. Completing the debacle were Richard Lawrence, Marcus Davies and Jamie Williams.

Hawarden Rangers took a 2-0 lead at Rhydymwyn with first half goals from Matthew Armstrong and Owen Ainscough but the second half belonged to ‘Rhyd hitting back through Matty Hill and Chad Shelbourne to take the tie into extra time. They left it late in the game, the 119th minute in fact for Adam Davies to get the winner for Rhydymwyn

In a shortened league programme and in the feature game at Alyn Park, Mold Alex sent FC Queens Park crashing to a heavy 5-1 defeat. A bright start saw Danny Warren slam home from the penalty spot. They doubled their tally when a Lee Emberton crossed was volleyed home by Matty Lewis. Ben Howarth then made it 3-0 when his bullet header flew in. The visitors reduced the arrears when Tristan Wagner to expertly volleyed home. Dave Bryan added a 4th goal and Mold weren’t finished with Adam Renshaw enabling Mold to go nap. A happy Mike Cunningham the Mold boss added “It was a fantastic battling display from us today and the boys deserved their win. We weren’t at our best at times but took our chances at the right times.” The result however saw the Park boss Dave Evans in a somewhat sombre mood stating “A bad 7 days continued for our First team as we were soundly beaten by a rampant Mold side. Some sloppy defending gave the home side the edge and to add to our woes Sean Dodd was dismissed and gave the home side a numerical advantage. We need to have a good hard look at ourselves before we face Saltney next Saturday.”

Brymbo were given quite a scare by Chirk AAA’s under the control of stand in boss Mark Holmes and they held their own to the 86th minute when Jamie Cummins grabbed a late winner to send Brymbo top a result which pleased manager Phil Hudson who said “We were on top for much of the game with chances coming and going with the cross twice denying us in the 1st half and keeper Zac Bebbington the Chirk saviour in the 2nd half with numerous top drawer saves but we dug in and grabbed a late winner.”

Holywell Town are up and running after capturing a 5-2 result at Cefn Albion leaving Wellmen chief John Haseldin relieved at grabbing his sides first win of the campaign with him adding” We cannot get too pleased with ourselves but it was a really good performance and we're delighted with how we played. I was particularly pleased for Paul Williams scoring his first goal after 2 years out injured and a first start for Phil Lloyd who got 90 minutes in the tank after a year out.” Holywell started much brighter and deservedly took the lead in the 16th minute through Sean Tuck. For most of the opening half they dominated but Cefn were creeping into it slowly and Kien Morris equalised just before half time. The goal kick started Cefn who took an early lead after the break through Zac Davies. The Wellmen looked threatening all game and a penalty levelled the tie through James Graham. Sean Tuck and Paul Williams put the Wellmen ahead with two injury time goals made the result look like a rout but the visitors did deserve the three point on the balance.

Saltney Town were caught napping and they were defeated 3-2 by Llay Welfare. A Luke Taylor own goal gave Saltney the edge and they doubled their account through Jack Roberts. Rhys Lloyd commenced the comeback Tom Wells levelled and George Finlay secured a late winner. Llay manager Mike Gadie stated “We didn’t let our heads drop after going 2-0 down deservedly battled back for 3 points.” It was also a fair assessment of the game from Saltney assistant manager Jake Gibbons - “The best team won. We had a good start but then seemed to give up which is very unlike us but we will bounce back and be more than ready for Queen’s Park Saturday.”

There was just the one game in Division One and Overton defeated Halkyn and Flint Mountain 3-1 with strikes from Harry Massey(2) and Tommy Huxley.

In the Reserves Division, overnight leaders Gresford Athletic took an early lead through Taylor Williams at Mold Alex who turned things around to win 2-1 with efforts from Joel Griffiths and Jake Jones.

A solitary goal from Tyler Woods enabled Hawarden Rangers to beat Brickfield Rangers 1-0.

Holywell Town trailed to a Dale Davies goal for Corwen but Owen Davies grabbed a last gasp equaliser.

Queens Park walloped Llay Welfare 6-2 but reducing the arrears were Mikey Wright and Adam Burgess.

Rhos Aelwyd weren’t at the races and were thrashed 6-1 by Buckley Town whose marksmen were Matt Mullarkey(2), Tom Gunson(2), Connor Littler and Scott Davies. Netting a lone consolation goal was Kian Davies in stoppage time.

Cefn Mawr head the Colts Division after securing the 5th consecutive success by defeating their hosts Johnstown 1-0. The score does not however illustrate Johnstown’s contribution to the game and they even paraded 7 16 year olds in the starting eleven and they can feel rightly proud of their performance.

Bala Town shared a 1-1 draw with Rhydymwyn with the Lakesiders grabbing an early goal through Kai Aykroyd but an Andy Jones strike on the half time whistle rescued a point for Rhyd.

Llangollen Town were hit for six by Cefn Albion who had a hat-trick hero in Kan Frost. Tjorn Samuels, Keenan Bathers and Darnell Prescott sealed their 6-1 success. Mathew Jones netted a lone consolation goal.