We have new Premier Division league leaders following a rampant display from Brickfield Rangers they chalked up a 7-1 success at Rhostyllen. It was one way traffic at times with ‘Bricky taking a 5-1 half time lead and writing the days headlines was Dale Davies who weighed in with a 4 goal salvo, scoring with a header, left foot and right foot. Completing the debacle were Sam Molyneux(2) and Sam Watkin..

At start of play, Llanuwchllyn were in poll position of the Premier Division but despite their visitors LEX Glyndwr having 2 players dismissed and could only start with ten players. Sean Dodd and Alan Huxley were sent off for dissent and handball on the line respectively so it was quite a surprise when the overnight leaders were held to a 2-2 draw. It was LEX who took a first half lead through Dominic Doherty. Sam Evans levelled for the hosts and Gwidian Ifan put them a head from the penalty spot. Despite the lack of player parity, Liam Sklenar netted a deserved equaliser.

The game between Cefn Albion and Saltney Town did prove to be proverbial game of two halves. With the wind, Saltney controlled the first but couldn't break down the stubborn Albion defence so it finished goal-less at the break. Cefn then came come out of the traps and were in control despite Saltney being dangerous on the break. Jimmy Jones opened the scoring for Cefn with a well worked move and Oliver Davies capitalised on a poor back pass to make it 2-0. Jimmy Jones doubled his personal account to put the game beyond any doubt and secure a 3-0 victory and maximum points for Cefn.

At the Adwy, hapless Coedpoeth United were floored 5-0 by Buckley Town who went nap through Jake Roberts and Aron Williams who bagged two goals apiece with Aled Bellis completing the rout. ‘Coedy boss Karl Fenlon was quick to concede “If it had not been for some excellent saves from keeper Tom Williamson, the scoreline would have been doubled.

FC Nomads took a point from a 2-2 draw with Llay Welfare but they had to rely on a 91st minute equaliser to salvage the point. Sean Tuck opened their tally but Welfare bounced back to take 2-1 lead through Rhys Lloyd and Luke Cahill after good work from Tom Wells on his debut. At the death, Nomads levelled through an injury time strike from Tuck.

Penycae boss Ian Andrews must be forgiven for thinking he is living in a time warp. For the umpteenth time this season, his side etched out a decent lead but a failure in concentration and perhaps lack of concentration saw Corwen turn the tables to run out 4-2 winners with in form Joe Williams seizing his chances to bag all four of the visitors goals. Providing the hosts with that early advantage was Austin Owen who is in a rich vein of form and Josh Millington who created a 2-1 half time lead.

At Mold Alex, Chirk’s Colin Heyward openly admitted his side were ‘not at the races’ and added “We also had a player sent off and Mold were limited to just two chances all game and they took them through Rhys Nash and Callum Freeman to win 2-0.

The Division One overnight leaders Maesgwyn capitulated at Rhos Aelwyd who gave them a right going over and whitewashed their opponents 7-0. Leading this one sided affair with two goals apiece was Jamie Rogers and James Haynes. Tomos Davies, Dan Harrison and Josh Jones completed the romp.

Brymbo are the new league leaders at this level, they spanked hosts Penley 8-2. Billy New and Jordan Williams grabbed two goals apiece and cementing their success were Zac Clarke, Tom Ashcroft, Andy Noonan and Jamie Cummings. Providing Penley’s two goal response was Stuart Williams.

Acrefair Youth were under the weather again and they flopped to an 8-1 reversal at home to Mynydd Isa Spartans. Securing their lone consolation goal was Ryan Evans.

Cefn Mawr Rangers triumphed 6-1 against out of sorts Castell Alun who were on target through Ben Duffy(2), Luke Bowen(2), Gavin Price and Matt Thompson. Hitting back was Josh Colclough.

Johnstown Youth were narrowly beaten 3-2 by New Brighton Villa whose marksmen were Steve Orsler, Lee Davies and Pete Morris. The hosts managed to respond through Jack Handley and Dewi Reeves.

Overton had no answer to Rhydymwyn’s in-form striker Ross Sumner who scored all 3 goals in his sides 3-1 success. Reducing the arrears was Owen Ward.

Producing the best result of the day in the Reserves Division were FC Nomads who sent Castell Alun crashing to an 11-0 defeat, Will Leonard notched 4 of his sides goals, Sean Williams converted a treble and completing the debacle were Josh Rimmer(2), Stuart Austin and Jamie Wynne.

Buckley Town whitewashed Gresford Athletic 5-0. Making up their tally were Mark Ellis, Chris Forshaw, Scott Davies(2) and Jordan Hensall.

Sean Morris struck twice for Chirk AAA’s who were turned over 4-2 by Cefn Druids who netted through Arariusz Piskorski, Lewis George, Andy Vale and Jonny Taylor.

Corwen had no answer to Flint Town United attacking force of Iwan Rogers, Tom Burrell, Nathan Jones and Mike Guest as the Silkmen achieved a 4-0 success which involved 3 of those goals coming in an 8 minute spell.

Only three games survived in the Reserves and Colts Division and leaders Brickfield Rangers were held to a 2-2 draw by a spirited Overton who had Alistair Hughes and Josh Hay cancelling out a double salvo from Matty Wareham.

Mynydd Isa Spartans had their shooting boots on, they demolished Johnstown Youth 7-2, scoring a hat-trick apiece were Lee Sylvester and Joe Mitchell with Mike Woodward sealing their success.

Lewis Jones and Lewis Edwards hit back for New Brighton Villa in their 3-2 defeat at home against Cefn Albion.