Brickfield Rangers have regained poll position in the Welsh National Premier Division after defeating hosts Brymbo 4-0. There was not a lot to chose between the two sides in the opening half but a Sam Molyneux strike separated the sides. On the hour Molyneux doubled his account and his sides lead and then Bricky freshened things up and sent on Liam Sklenar and Aled Reece who put the game beyond reach.

Hawarden Rangers whitewashed Coedpoeth 5-0 to maintain their unbeaten start to the campaign to demonstrate why they are also serious title contenders and making up their nap hand were Alik Walsh with a double salvo, Dominic Auty, Lewis Cunliffe and a Neil Roberts own goal.

Cefn Albion had to come from being a goal behind when Llanuwchllyn took a 1-0 half time lead but Cefn earned a share of the spoils hitting back through Andrew Jones.

Chirk AAA’s secured a hard fought 2-1 success against Saltney Town and Nicky Williams laid the opening Chirk goal on a plate for Matty Thomas to net from close range. Club spokesman Colin Heyward added “fair play Saltney gave us a good game but although they pegged a goal back Joe Roberts went on to grab a deserved winner for us.”

Corwen’s recent progress was halted by FC Nomads and in the end both sides had to be content with sharing the spoils in a trilling 3-3 draw. Jim Gambino opened and closed the days proceedings. Sean Killgannon also enabled Nomads to also take a 2-1 lead but Corwen’s point was rescued by Tom Williams, Iolo Jones and Ryan Billington.

Penycae sent Overton crashing to 6-0 defeat and all this was after Connor Kendrick fluffed a 1st minute penalty opportunity. The talented prodigy more than atoned as he went on to convert a hat-trick. Defenders Nathan Evans and Jake Ellison added to the hosts tally with another teenager Lewis George completing their account.

In the Division One match of the day, leaders Rhostyllen came down to earth with a bump and they were floored 3-0 on home soil by Rhydymwyn. The visitor’s goals were carved out by Josh Cooke, Adam Davies and Nick Manning.

Acrefair suffered a 5-0 home defeat by AFC Brynford but Castell Alun looked sheer class polishing off Maesgwyn 5-1. Making up their nap hand were man of the match Liam Hughes who weighed in with a four goal salvo and Owen Williams. Mike Jones fired a lone consolation goal.

Rhos Aelwyd fought out a pulsating goal-less draw with New Brighton.

Penley knew they were going to have their work cut and opponents Llangollen Town took an early lead through Tryfan Prosser who also doubled his tally late on but Penley refused to lie down and won 5-2 in the end with strikes from David and Rob Ward, Matt Williams(2) and super sub Andrew Bithell.

Elsewhere, strikes from Ashley Harris and Stuart Thornton provided Point of Ayr with a narrow 2-1 win against Johnstown Youth

There is no stopping Gresford Athletic at the moment in the Reserves Division and they floored Penycae 6-1. Young flanker Will Roberts converted a treble, seasoned campaigner Graeme Sutcliffe netted a goal in each half with Owen Roberts sealing matters. The visitors response came from Austin Owen.

Cefn Druids under the stewardship of Sean Colley continues to write headlines and his side stretched their unbeaten run to 9 games by defeating Chirk AAA 3-2 and their marksmen were Ieuan Jones, Kev Day and ben Dawson who snatched a last gasp winner after Chirk had been on target through Matt Cook and Sean Morris.

Mold Alexandra really spanked Brymbo by a hefty 9-1 margin and that was with ten men after Mold had a player sent off. Man of the match Nathan Munroe fired a four goal salvo, Harri Jones fired a treble and completing the debacle were Max Gillander and Aaron Davies.

Ruthin Town slammed Corwen 5-0 to stay second and their marksmen were Callum Lloyd(2), David Finney and Luke Humphreys who added to an own goal.

The games between Saltney Town and Castell Alun and FC Nomads against Holywell Town fell victims to the weather.

The Reserves and Colts Division continues to be dominated by Flint Town and they beat Rhostyllen 5-1 and making up their nap hand were Owen Evans(2), Jacob Bowen and an OG and Marc Gunther.

Coedpoeth United flopped to 5-2 reversal against Rhos Aelwyd who were on target through hat-trick hero Ryan Hughes, Ifan Hughes and Ryan Thomas

Overton came good at last and a brace of goals from Jimmy Roberts enabled them to snatch a narrow 2-1 win against Cefn Albion

Matthew Evans from the penalty spot earned Ruthin Town a 1-1 draw with Lex Glyndwr

The game between Llay Welfare and Buckley Town failed a morning pitch inspection.