Brickfield Rangers almost caused a stir and took Ruthin Town to extra time with their Cymru Alliance opponents edging home 4-2 after Brickfield were forced to play the whole 30 minutes of extra time with 10 men after Dale Davies had been forced off injured. Brickfield took a deserved 17th minute lead through Connor Harwood and went in at the break with their tails up. Ruthin struck back in the second half with two quick goals on the hour with a penalty converted by Llyr Morris and a fine strike from Garmon Hafal. With their backs to the wind Brickfield pressed for an equaliser for much of the second half and were rewarded when Joe Sullivan slotted the ball home with the last kick of the 93 minutes to put the game into extra time. With lack of ‘Bricky player parity, Osian Davies and Llyr Morris finished the scoring right at the death to put Ruthin into the hat for the next round.

Buckley Town moved safely into Round 3 after securing a 2-1 success over Llandudno Albion, Sean Tinsley and Scott Jones bagged first half goals with Ricky Jones giving the visitors a ray of hope netting on the hour mark.

FC Penley were left chasing shadows as they were whitewashed 10-0 in their own back yard against Porthmadog. There were hat-tricks for both Sion Bradley and Meilir Williams and a double for Julian Williams as Penley found the clash one step too far in a season where they can take pride from reaching this stage in the competition for the first time in their history. Taking the score into double figures were Josh Banks, Julian Williams(2) and an own goal.

Llay Miners Welfare were holding their own against Flint Town United who marginally shaded the opening half with a Ieuan Hewitt goal but Llay levelled through Matty Worrall from the penalty spot after Rhys Lloyd had been impeded. Kyle Smith restored the Silkmen’s lead and after Llay had John Rhys Edwards dismissed after receiving 2 yellow cards. Flint then put the tie to bed through Chris Budrys.

Saltney Town had their cup dreams well and truly shattered and they were convincingly beaten 4-0 at Airbus.

The Premier Division is now being topped by Chirk AAA’s who picked off plucky hosts Penycae 4-1. Chirk General Manager Colin Heyward heaped much praise on his sides hosts, stating “the score-line perhaps flattered us somewhat but was even more impressed by the set up at Afoneitha, everything about the place is fantastic from the playing surface, the ground itself and the after match hospitality is second to none. As for the game itself, goals from Ashton Williams, Matty Thomas, Will Evans and Liam Sklenar saw us safely home.” The result clearly disappointed Penycae manager Ian Andrews was left clearly frustrated by the fact his side are conceding goals due to simple sloppiness and lack of concentration. He added “after conceding an early goal we got straight back into the game through Josh Millington but then gifted Chirk further goals.”

Cefn Albion were narrowly beaten 2-1 at home by Llanuwchllyn despite taking an early lead through Nic Jones. Joe Evans levelled and the same player smashed home the winner much against the run of play in the second half.

Coedpoeth United stay rooted to the foot of the table after being floored 6-1 by Corwen who had a hat-trick hero in Tom Williams all after Joe Williams had opened Corwen’s account. Iorweth Jones had carved out a 3-0 interval lead and Joe Williams added to the visitors tally after Oliver Lewis had grabbed a lone consolation goal.

FC Nomads were down in the doldrums once more, they were beaten 3-2 at home by visitors Rhostyllen and this was after Sean Tuck and Sean Williams had netted opening half goals. A double salvo from Matthew Williams had the sides level with Lewis Clamp’s goal proving decisive.

Hawarden Rangers chalked up a 3-1 success over LEX Glyndwr with strikes from George Thomas, Terry Nicholas and Henry Carver. Hitting back for LEX was player boss Ricky Evans.

In the match of the day in Division One, Brymbo gave Mynydd Isa Spartans quite a footballing lesson and the game was over as a conquest by half time with Brymbo boasting a 5-0 lead. Making up their nap hand were Billy New, Zak Clarke, Andy Noonan and with two goals was James Cummings. Firing a second half consolation goal to peg things back to 5-1 for the Spartans was Nathan Jones.

Overnight leaders Maesgwyn went down 3-2 at home against Llangollen Town, Darren Jones and Danny Pickup had netted for the hosts but Llan took the 3 points on offer after being on target through Sam Gostage and a Kevin Day double.

Acrefair Youth suffered aa 6-0 whitewash at home against Overton who were on target through Chris Bryan who converted a hat-trick, Adam McCloughlin, Owen Ward and Al Reid with Callum Hewitt pulling the strings in midfield.

Johnstown Youth got themselves back on the winning trail by defeating Castell Alun 2-0. Ryan Hanmer, Jack Hanley and Kiran Taylor gave them that edge after Josh Colclough had struck twice for the visitors.

Rhydymwyn suffered a 5-3 defeat at Rhos Aelwyd who went nap through James Haynes(2), Jamie Rogers and Dafydd Robertson(2) after Adam Davies, Matt Gilsenan and Nick Manning had given Rhyd a ray of hope.

Cefn Mawr Rangers raised their game to defeat New Brighton Villa 4-0 and their man of the match was hat-trick hero Luke Bowen with Josh Hodgkinson putting the final touches to the scoreline at the death.

The Reserves Division leaders Ruthin Town dropped points for the first time this season and they were held to a 2-2 draw at Chirk who had netted through Cameron Roberts and Jordan Owen. Replying for Ruthin with both of their goals was Rhys Rowlands.

Castell Alun were pummelled 10-0 by Gresford Athletic who had a fine cutting edge in Tom Williams who weighed in with a 4 goal salvo. Taylor Williams and Cav Daley both struck twice and taking them into double figures were Jay Harvey and Will Roberts.

Despite Corwen netting through Delwyn Roberts with a 20 yard strike and Andy Roberts, Buckley Town went on to win 3-2 with strikes from Jordan Hensall, Mark Ellis and Chris Forshaw.

Flint Town United are riding high, they beat FC Nomads 3-1 with strikes from Connor Turner and Rob Jones(2), Jamie Wynne replied for the visitors.

Queens Park ran Cefn Druids close who ended up 3-2 winners thanks to Nathan Rennie and a Lewis George brace.

In the Reserves and Colts Division, Rhostyllen have moved up into 3rd spot after flooring Cefn Albion 3-2, on target were Keiran Duckett, Rob Rogerson and Alex Williams.

Johnstown Youth and Maesgwyn finished all square at 2-2 with Jamie Edwards with a brace cancelling Maesgwyn goals from Jay Bluck and Tom Kynaston.

Mynydd Isa Spartans fired a lone consolation goal from Joe Mitchell as they crashed 5-1 at home to Coedpoeth United who went nap through Tom Pugh(2), Josh Jones and Alan Poole.

Rhostyllen shaded their clash with Cefn Albion 3-2 with strikes from Keiron Duckett, Rob Rogerson and Alex Williams.

Alfie Mathias hit back for Ruthin Town in their 2-1 reversal against Rhos Aelwyd who netted through Dan Roberts and Carwyn Davies.

In the Reserves and Colts League Cup, Brymbo scalped hosts New Brighton Villa to go through to the next round.