Match of the day was at Clywedog Park where Brickfield Rangers chalked up an important 3-1 triumph over FC Nomads. They took the lead through a disputed penalty converted by Nathan Nicholls, skipper Steve Watkin doubled their tally midway through the opening half and Danny Holland added a 3rd on the hour mark. Nomads made more of a fist of things in the second half but manager Andy Dutton was somewhat down in the dumps and was left to bemoan “It was a disappointing day today all round for Nomads as we forced to play 4 reserve players to make the squad due to injuries and lads that couldn't make the fixture. So this was a hard pill to swallow getting beat but well done to Bricky for the win, it was a well deserved three points and hopefully next time we meet I will have a full squad to pick from.”

League leaders FC Queens Park were on course to consolidate pole position with a 4-0 success at Coedpoeth United but the game was abandoned very late in game following a nasty injury to the Park keeper so for the time being, the result is unlikely to stand and the League’s Exec will meet to decide the outcome. Just for the record book then, Barry Torrence had opened and closed the scoring with Matty Worrall and John Rhys Edwards netting in between.

Brymbo were left with a considerable dilemma with Gareth Roberts and his number two Matt Wilcox parting company with the club 48 hours prior to their clash with Chirk AAA’s so for them to clinch 1-1 draw does bode well for the future. There was a complete stalemate until the 80th minute when Adam Lloyd steered Brymbo ahead but Chirk grabbed a last gasp leveller through Ryan Lightwood.

Hawarden Rangers bounced back to winning ways with an emphatic 6-1 success against Overton, Alec Walsh was their jewel in their crown netting a treble and completing this one sided affair was Henry Carver(2) and Lewis Cunliffe.

The Llay Welfare clash with Corwen proved to be a real epic with Corwen racing into a 3-0 lead through Ryan Billington and a Ryan Jones double. A brace from skipper Tom Maurice Jones turned around Llay’s fortunes and when George Koumas squared the match on 94 minutes the home fans really were rejoicing but Corwen were party poopers scoring from the penalty spot in the 99th minute to secure a 4-3 verdict.

Penycae had really been taking the league by storm but their long unbeaten run came to an abrupt end going down 3-0 at home against Cefn Albion. Oliver Davies scored a spectacular 30 yard effort enabling Albion to shade the first half and he doubled his tally after the break prior to substitute Josh Foulkes sealing the win with another great goal.

In Division One, league leaders New Brighton Villa just about sneaked a 2-1 win against Rhos Aelwyd with Sam Wainwright netting a goal in each half but sandwiched in between was a Ryan Jenkins response.

Castell Alun failed to secure the double over LEX Glyndwr who had the league’s warhorse Alan Huxley who has been an immense servant to Welsh National League football. He opened up the LEX account with a headed goal of sheer quality and doubled his contribution with a well executed shot. Putting the icing on the cake with a trademark free-kick from Lee Phelan to complete the 3-0 verdict.

Rhostyllen are going great guns at the moment and they sank Maesgwyn 10-2 and yet again they had a hat-trick hero in Robeto Gibson with James Jones, Ash Ryan and Connor Jones bagging a brace apiece and Kev Roberts settling matters. The visitors did put up a gallant display with Jason Williams and Jamie Edwards hitting back.

Llangollen Town were back to their old selves and they conquered Point of Ayr 4-2, Brett Johns gave the visitors the lead but Ben Reeley and a Tryfan Prosser treble turned around Llan’s fortunes. Rob Jones did bag a second goal for Point of Ayr.

There was a warm gesture prior to the Johnstown Youth game going ahead against Acrefair and it involved a minutes silence to recognise the anniversary of the untimely death of one of their players Matty Jones and this also involved placing a bouquet of flowers on the centre spot. There was also a perfect ending to the day with ‘Accy winning 1-0 courtesy of a Josh Hughes goal atoning after fluffing a penalty.

Under new stewardship, that is what is said above the door at Rhydymwyn with Pete Morris and Martin Bainbridge taking charge of team affairs and they were able to celebrate with 4-2 win against AFC Brynford and the winners markamen were Rob Jones(2), Josh Cooke and Tyler Hart.

Turning to the Reserves Division, Gresford Athletic are now 11 points clear of the rest after securing a 3-1 success at Mold Alex, on target were Cavan Daley and Will Roberts with two penalties.

Cefn Druids are now unbeaten in seven games and they floored FC Nomads 7-2. Josh Jones, Alix Godfrey and Ben Dawson bagged two goals apiece and completing the rout was Jordan Williams

Sean Morris and Aled Davies enabled Chirk AAA’s to race into a 2-0 lead against Castell Alun but they let things slip with their visitors hitting back for a point in a 2-2 draw courtesy of a double strike by Dan Smith.

It was honours even at Corwen who were held to a 1-1 draw by Ruthin Town. Nick Owen gave the hosts an early advantage but a long range effort from Connor Lloyd enabled Ruthin to draw level.

Queens Park were pummelled 8-1 by visitors Penycae who had a hat-trick hero in Luke Peters and adding to their account were Lewis George, Austin Owen(2), Ben Williams and Iwan Lloyd. Darren Edwards managed a lone consolation goal.

Flint Town Reserves continue to dictate the pace in the Colts Division and they beat Ruthin Town 3-0 and their marksmen were Marc Gunther(2) and Joe Palmer.

LEX Glyndwr were held to a 2-2 draw by Brickfield Rangers who netted through Damian Hilson and Zac Price.

Rhos Aelwyd drew 1-1 with Coedpoeth Utd and Scott Davies cancelled out a Sam Balden opener for Rhos.