With just six games of the season played, FC Queens head the pack on 15 points after flooring Penycae 6-1. A goal of sheer class from Barry Torrence (pictured) got them off the mark with 15 minutes gone and by the break they were protecting a three goal cushion with further strikes from Helda Ramos and Corey Smart who headed home a Torrence cross. Connor Kendrick from the penalty spot pegged a goal back but Matty Worral on his debut and Ben White completed an emphatic victory.

Chirk AAA’s returned to winning ways to narrowly defeat Corwen 2-1, Louis Middlehurst opened their account after just 2 minutes and although Corwen levelled shortly after, Tom Freeman netted an 68th minute winner.

Many believe Brickfield Rangers have been under achieving but at last they came good to wallop hosts Overton 8-1. It was game set and match by half time when ‘Bricky carved out a 5-0 lead with strikes from Sam Henry (2), Tom Allen(2) and Sam Molyneux. The hosts reduced the arrears through Jason Roberts but back came ‘Bricky through Ben Collins, Dale Davies and Danny Holland.

Brymbo sneaked into the top half of the table with a 2-0 victory at Cefn Albion all after an early goal from Adam Lloyd found its way into the corner to give them the edge at the break. An improved Brymbo second half performance saw James Gregory score a sensational goal from 30 yards but the highlight of this encounter was a man of the match display from Brymbo captain Shaun Valentine who was outstanding.

FC Nomads were shocked by the form of Llay Welfare who fought tooth and nail to secure a 1-1 draw with promotion hopefuls FC Nomads. The visitors started on the front foot with all the possession in first half and a goal by Warren Kelly gave them a deserved interval lead. Nomads chief Andy Dutton was left to bemoan “A red card for Scott Beach changed the course of the game although Josh Keir and Jordan O’Brien still orchestrated midfield, lack of concentration let Llay back in with a goal with 2 mins to go from Dan Richardson which enabled Llay to nick a point.”

The Hawarden Rangers clash with Llanuwchllyn fizzled out into a goal-less stalemate which saw Hawarden’s 100% winning record ending.

Saltney were left well and truly stunned in their clash with Coedpoeth United, they had the lion’s share of the spoils but it was ‘Coedy who went home smiling courtesy of a first half goal from Phil Hughes to win 1-0.

Division One is still being headed up by Penley despite being toppled 4-2 by promotion rivals Rhostyllen whose marksmen were Steve Jones and Lewis Clamp who went on to convert his hat-trick. Reducing the deficit were Matt Wills and Matt Williams.

New Brighton Villa failed to play to their full potential and were turned over grand style 7-3 by Castell Alun who were on target through man of the match Nathan Jones who weighed in with a 4 goal salvo, Harry Edwards, Mike Marsden and Arthur Doo. Hitting back for the hosts were Callum Pierce, Craig Williams and Jordan Dorrington.

Rhos Aelwyd and LEX Glyndwr shared a 1-1 draw at Ponciau Banks, Aled Robertson grabbing the hosts goal and Matty Harrison replying for LEX.

Rhydymwyn sank Acrefair 18-0, making up the whitewash with 4 goals apiece were Adam Davies, Andy Jones and Jake Riley and polishing of the visitors were Gary Tebble with a brace, Josh Jones, Kyle Hart, Nathan Bellis and Scott Davies

Gareth Mayers netted for Maesgwyn in their clash at Johnstown Youth who hit back through Josh Hughes.

Gresford Athletic are riding on the crest of a wave in the Reserves Division and despite falling behind 2-0 at Holywell Town with efforts from Jake Cooke and Nathan Williams, Gresford turned the tables to win 6-2 hitting back through an own goal, Hugh Jones, Graeme Sutcliffe, Rhys Lloyd, Will Roberts(2) and Luke Meddinger and the win puts them 8 points clear at the top of the league.

Brymbo suffered a shock 3-2 home reversal against a plucky Llangollen who had the man of the match in Kristian Jones who two of his side goal and Dominic Jay bagged the winner after the hosts had been on target through Will Martin on his debut and Jake Kelsall.

After a goal-less opening half, Castell Alun were sunk 4-1 by Ruthin Town but managed a solitary consolation goal through Nathan Griffiths.

Corwen went down 5-2 at home against Cefn Druids who went nap through Harri Gould(2), Kevin Day, Chad Humphreys and Ben Palmer. Replying for Corwen were Sion Watkin-Jones and Oliver Crimp.

FC Nomads floored Queens Park 7-2. Four goals from Alex Betts was the difference between the two sides and mopping up the rest were man of the match Jay Crowther, Richie Williams and Josh Rimmer.

Penycae shared six goals and the points in a 3-3 draw with Saltney Town and on target were Lewis George(2) and Jake Broderick.

Turning to the Reserves and Colts Division, only two games survived and Llay Welfare picked up a 3-2 success at Brickfield Rangers who hit back through Tyler Harvey and Ryan Harden.

Coedpoeth United clinched a narrow 2-1 success over Rhostyllen thanks to a double salvo from Oliver Lewis after Phil Hignett had responded.