Writing the weekends headlines were Rhos Aelwyd who clinched a 2-0 success against Premier Division opposition Penycae whose manager Ian Andrews was quick to concede “Rhos thoroughly deserved their success and to be honest we were just not at the races, it was just that all round bad day at the office.” Penycae conceded an own goal to give Rhos an interval lead and sealing their success was Ryan Jenkins who headed home a pin point James Haynes cross.

Buckley boss Dan Moore at last had something to savour as his side thrashed Johnstown 9-0. Lewis Hall and Jordan Hensall netted a hat-trick apiece and completing the whitewash were Jake Riley, Josh Roberts and Jay Harvey, Sean Tinsley and Phil Keenan.

Out go Brickfield Rangers, they took a shock exit going down 3-2 at home against Mold Alex whose goals were carved out by Adam Renshaw and Rhys Marsh(2) after Sam Molyneux and Lee McBurney had provided the hosts with much hope.

Rhostyllen failed to make it three wins on the bounce against LEX Glyndwr who won this encounter 1-0. Grabbing the games only goal with a fine header was Jason Edwards but the key feature of the LEX win was a splendid debut for Jordan Tipping.

A massive crowd witnessed Cefn Albion prove too hot to handle for Plas Madoc and they progressed with ease 5-0. The Albion applied pressure from the very first minute and it wasn't long before the goal was deservedly scored when Alex Williams fired home. Soon after Oliver Davies doubled their tally and when Dan Cox made it 3-0, their opponents were on the ropes. Conner Kendrick converted a penalty and went on to complete their nap hand. Worthy of mention was the contribution of Dion Gibbins.

Corwen have had a disappointing start in the league but they put that behind them to dump out Rhosllanerchrugog with consummate ease 6-0. Joe Williams and Ryan Billington opened up a 2-0 half time lead before Harry Crooner, Williams again from the penalty spot and a late double from Nick Owen settled the tie.

FC Nomads are back on the winning trail, they accounted for Castell Alun Colts 5-0 and making an awesome contribution was Shaun Tuck who scored all 5 of his sides goals.

Hawarden Rangers who have a disappointing start to their campaign chalked up a 4-1 victory over Acton. Terry Nicholas netted each side of the break and completing their tally were Steve Evans and Ross Lavender.

Llangollen defied the odds and claimed the scalp of Premier Division side Coedpoeth United but it needed extra time to split the sides as the game ended 2-2 after 90 minutes but they stepped things up a gear to end up 6-2 winners. On target were Ben Williams with a treble, Simon Williams(2) and Meurin Hughes.

Llanuwchllyn dumped out Rhydymwyn 5-1, making up their nap hand were Owen Williams, Gwidion Ifan, Llion Roberts and Joe Evans with a goal in each half. Responding for Rhyd with a 47th minute penalty was Nick Manning.

Llay Welfare and their cup dreams shattered losing 3-2 at home against Mynydd Isa Spartans who netted through a Craig Worthington double and Mike Whales. The hosts reduced the arrears through Matty Worrall and Luke Cahill.

New Brighton Villa had a double figure success against FC Penley winning 10-3. Man of the match Steve Orsler weighed in with a 4 goal salvo, Callum Pierce converted a hat-trick and sealing their success were Chris Turner(2) and Dominic Keighley.

Saltney Town are through to the next round, they toppled Overton 4-0. Ryan Farrell and Scott Hewitt gave them a two goal cushion going into half time and a brace from Stephen Chiocchi saw them safely through.

Both of the Welsh National League Division One games were cancelled due to a referee shortage and this involved Brymbo against Maesgwyn and Acrefair Youth’s local derby with Cefn Mawr Rangers.

In the Reserves Division, leaders Ruthin Town have gone six points clear at the top and are unbeaten on seven starts after flooring Saltney Town 11-5. Netting for Ruthin were Will Owen and Dave Finney with a treble apiece, Tom Dyer, Tomos Jones(2) and Jordan McCarter.

Castell Alun have moved off the foot of the table with a Fraser Starkey strike enabling them to defeat Hawarden Rangers 1-0.

Chirk AAA had their game with FC Nomads called off but at At Alyn Park, Mold Alexandra shared a 1-1 draw with Flint Town United. Alex Peters gave Flint a half time lead but Tom Gunson salvaged a point for Mold.

In the Reserves and Colts Division, the fine start to the new campaign by Brickfield Rangers continued and they earned a 3-2 success at Ruthin Town courtesy of a well contrived Matty Wareham treble. Elgan Hughes with a double replied.

Overton continue to share poll position after their 3-1 success over New Brighton Villa, on target were Harry Massey(2) and Ariel Gortatowski.

Levi Coleman and Josh Jones combined for Coedpoeth United to defeat Johnstown Youth 2-1.

Holywell Town flopped to a 4-1 reversal against Rhostyllen who netted through Rob Gibson, Alex McCubbin and a Mark Williams brace. Netting a lone response was Ethan Farrell.

Maesgwyn Reserves clinched a 6-3 success against Llay Welfare and making up their tally were Jamie Edwards with a treble, Mikey Morgan(2) and Luke Daniels. Responding for Llay were Ryan Griffiths(2) and Jack Cunnah.

Mynydd Isa Spartans shared a 3-3 draw with Rhos Aelwyd who replied through an own goal, Ian Jones and Sam Balden.