With Brickfield Rangers clash with Saltney Town failing to go ahead due to a waterlogged pitch, Corwen and Brymbo have created a 4 point lead at the top of the table over the rest.

Corwen switched their clash with Mold Alex to Bala’s 3G pitch with Corwen’s ground affected by floods. The flat surface suited them and they were able to chalk up their 7th victory of the campaign to win 2-0. Sam Henry opened their account and soon after, Henry was tripped and Joe Williams converted the resulting penalty.

Brymbo are right on their tails and sharing top spot on 22 points after flooring Llanuwchllyn 7-0. In appalling conditions, The Tanyfron Pitch as always held up really well and manager Phil Hudson was quite ecstatic about his side’s performance stating “Jamie Cumming put Brymbo into an early lead as he headed home from a corner. He doubled the lead bending a superb shot in off the underside of the bar. We were even more dominant after the break, Ryan Clarke was sent clear and smashed into the bottom corner to increase our tally. He also made it 4-0 with a carbon copy goal before Jamie Cumming completed his hat-trick with a superb free-kick into the top corner. Ryan Clarke also completed his treble when the unselfish Jake Prescott squared it when could of scored himself for Ryan to tap into empty net. The scoring was complete when Jordan Deer hit a stunning free kick into the top left corner late in the game.

The Chirk AAA’s versus Hawarden Rangers game was a real dour affair and clearly the wet and wind spoiled the game completely and it ended in total stalemate.

Llay Welfare clearly are hitting a purple patch and claimed a 3-2 success against visitors Cefn Albion leaving manager Mike Gadie as pleased as punch stating “confidence in the camp is sky high and the lads are believing in each other and the team spirit is something else. Dean Bryan, was absolutely immense today he deserved his goal and his man of the match display. Further efforts from Rhys Lloyd and Matty Worrall saw us edge home 3-2 and lift us into joint 4th spot.” Cefn came close to nicking a point and clawed things back to 2-2 at one stage through Callum Taylor and Zac Davies.

The Queens Park and FC Nomads clash was a close run affair and it was a real even contest until Matty Hill grabbed the winner with an excellent strike with 15 minutes remaining. Nomads clearly have twin centre backs Paul Murphy and Ash Lewis to thank for their contribution and they were excellent in defence.

Plas Madoc are running away with things in Division One, they are eleven points clear at the top with just 9 games played. Standing out were Nicky and Jamie Williams who netted two goals apiece in their 6-0 whitewash of Johnstown with Lee Price and Sean Valentine making the points safe.

Castell Alun needed a late winner from Dan Woosey after being set up by Tom Adams. Scott Williams had put the hosts ahead but Aaron Blackwell had levelled for Cefn Mawr Rangers.

Sam Wainwright, James Beck and Jack Leonard-Gill allowed New Brighton Villa to sink Overton 3-0.

In the Reserves Division, Mold Alex continue to go well, they were worthy 3-0 winners over Corwen and had Morgan Jones, Cal Lavelle and Luke Wooley on target.

Sitting in second spot are Ruthin Town, they beat hosts FC Nomads 4-0 courtesy of strikes from Steff Dolben, Will Owen who netted a goal in each half and Charlie Williams.

Buckley Town were sunk 3-1 by Chirk AAA’s who had the recalled veteran Anthony Jones to thank as he came back with a bang to secure a hat-trick.

Cefn Druids are likely to take the title race down to the wire and they polished off Brickfield Rangers 5-0. Making up their nap hand were Alan Morris (2), Moussa Amassa, Lewis George and Charlie Williams.

Goals from Tom Janney and Dan Jones saw Hawarden Rangers defeat Gresford Athletic 2-1 after the visitors had led through a 15th minute Will Roberts effort.

There were lots of cancellations in the Reserves and Colts Division due to the weather but in the games which did go ahead, Penycae ran amok to secure a 9-1 success at Johnstown. Amongst their scorers were Tom Edwards(2), Adam Jones, Dan McInnes, Elliott Kavanagh, Luke Peters, Harry Bowen, Dan Mannion and Kyle Davies with a 90th minute spot-kick.

Cefn Albion were overpowered 3-2 by New Brighton Villa who netted through Matt Williams, Adam Funnell and a late winner from Mike Merryfield.

Mynydd Isa Spartans went down 3-2 against Rhydymwyn who netted through Charlie Bradley (2) and Macauley Cooper with Joe Robbins and Corey Cooper scoring for Isa.

Rhos Aelwyd achieved a 4-2 local derby success against Cefn Mawr Rangers and their marksmen were Lee Hanmer and Lloyd Marsden (2) who added to an own goal. Reducing the arrears were Sam Mars and James Colley.