Brymbo really did show their true credentials when punishing title rivals Corwen 4-2 and they elevated themselves to top spot. It was an even opening half with Corwen marginally shading things but it was Brymbo who struck first blood thanks to a close range Jack Ford header. The hosts upped their game after the break and rewarded for their persistency with strikes from Ben Kearney, Ryan Clarke and Jake Prescott with Joe Williams and Sam Henry replying twice for Corwen and both occasions were from the penalty spot.

Cefn Albion really are hitting a real rich vein of form and they sent local neighbours Penycae crashing to a 7-1 defeat. It was a comfortable win for the Albion but in truth they didn't really get out of first gear and it could have easily been more but double salvos from Oliver Davies and Conner Kendrick set up their success with Alex Williams, Jordan Jones, and Nathan Williams sealing their victory. Pegging a goal back was Josh Millington.

Lex XI seem to be in a downward spiral and they crashed to a 4-0 defeat to the hands of Mold Alex and it was a game in which Mold dominated the game from start time finish. They opened their account with a fantastic finish from Danny Warren who almost doubled his tally moments later after slick play and a curling effort from Warren struck the post. Mold doubled their lead from a fantastic team move started at the back before right winger Lee Jones played an excellent one two with Freeman whose brilliant flick return pass found the path of Jones who pulled it back for Warren to slam home. LEX were on the rack when a Warren free kick was headed home by Kieran Price for his first for the club. The second half was a non-event but Mold did manage to add a 4th goal when Freeman netted his 14th league goal of the season.

Llanuwchllyn let slip a 13th minute opener carved out by Iolo Jones and they missed a hatful of chances and paid the price with visitors Hawarden Rangers hitting back with a 78th minute leveller through Louis Cunliffe.

Overnight league leaders Queens Park will have to wait and see whether the 3-0 result of their clash with Brickfield Rangers will stand as it was abandoned after 73 minutes following a nasty injury to Brickfield’s Steve Molyneux. The Park had been much the better side and had netted through a Richard Jones double and Aled Powell.

Rhos Aelwyd failed to contain FC Nomads whose sucker punch in the 96th minute earned them a 2-1 win. Player coach Steve Hughes was left to enthuse “It was a great win for us, Jamie Reed scored in the 1st minute but although went on to dominate things, we couldn’t put the game to bed. We were made to pay in the second half when they equalised with 10 minutes left with a smart goal from James Haynes. Nomads 17 year old on loan keeper Harry Wilkes saved a penalty and Ash Lewis pulled us out the mire with last kick of the game to win.”

After a barren spell Saltney Town defeated Rhostyllen 4-0, Shaun Hughes opened the scoring in the 25th at Sandy Lane, squeezing the ball under the keeper and doubled his sides tally just prior to the interval. Man of the match Hughes went on to create his sides 3rd goal converted by Paul Johnson and Tom Chrimes added a 4th goal late on.

In Division One, Plas Madoc appear to re-writing the record books. It is not even Christmas and they have opened up a 10 point gap at the top and with a game in hand. On top of that they remain unbeaten in 13 starts and averaged 6 goals per game. This week they thrashed Overton 6-0, Jamie Williams netted a treble with Nicky Williams, Jordan Powell and keeper Josh Edwards on target.

Despite Johnstown being back to full strength they were polished off 4-1 by New Brighton Villa. Liam Jones did peg things back to 1-1 at one stage but Villa took their chances through Steve Orsler and a Sam Wainwright treble.

Mynydd Isa Spartans sank Cefn Mawr Rangers 4-1 with Mike Whales and Sam Riley netting 2 goals apiece.

Offa Athletic were the latest side to be playing second fiddle to Coedpoeth who are gathering momentum best emphasised by their 2-0 triumph following strikes from Rhys Hughes(pen) and Curt Griffiths.

Rhosllanerchrugog relinquished second spot after going down 3-1 against Castell Alun who have now leap frogged into second spot courtesy of efforts from Dan Woosey, Rob Darlington and Rob Ward. Replying for Rhos with an opening half freekick was Drew Wickens.

A Josh Rimmer double had Rhydymwyn sharing their clash with Llangollen at 2-2 but Llan finished strong to win 4-2 and their marksmen were George Gooding, Sam Gostage and a late double blast from Kev Day.

The top action in the Reserves Division saw the top two sides Mold Alex and Ruthin Town come head to head. At start of the play they had similar records and both boasted the fact the had 31 points on the board with an almost identical goals tally but Ruthin now have the edge after flooring their hosts 3-1 and their marksmen were Owen Cordiner and a second half double from Charlie Williams. Aled Reece replied for Mold.

Chirk AAA just edged their clash Buckley Town by the odd goal in seven winning 4-3 and on target were Ryan Lightwood, Matt Cooke, Jordan Owen and Caleb Davies and hitting back with a treble was Lewis Schofield.

Two headed goals in identical fashion from Harry Pooler earned Corwen a 2-1 victory over Gresford Athletic who had taken a 1st minute lead through teenager Callum Wakefield.

Hawarden Rangers caused a stir taking a point off Cefn Druids in a thrilling 1-1 draw. Efan Woodall netted for Druids on the hour mark but responding for Rangers was Tom Janney.

In the Reserves and Colts Division League Cup, competition favourites Holywell Town went crashing out 3-1 against Penycae whose match winners included 3 teenagers Aaron Jones, Tom Edwards and Morgan Daykin and this was all after Wayne Edwards had converted an early penalty.

In the league in the Reserves and Colts Division, Alan Poole replied for Coedpoeth United in their 3-1 reversal against Brymbo and in form Cefn Albion defeated hosts New Brighton Villa 5-0, making up their nap hand were Callum Mannion with a treble, Callum Taylor and Josh Valentine.