League leaders Brymbo were given a considerable scare and needed an 95th minute winner to separate them from Penycae. Brymbo boss Phil Hudson was a very relieved manager stating “We dominated the 1st half and only have ourselves to blame for not adding to our tally but their keeper Ben Darlington was in exceptional form making numerous top class saves. We did take the lead through Billy New but after the break we were lacklustre and allowed Penycae to level through Austin Owen and the goal gave them a new belief. Mark Beech restored our lead and we thought we had won the contest but in 89th minute Penycae once again equalised this time through Tom Edwards but deep into injury time young reserve player Levi Thomas popped up to give Brymbo a vital win.”

Brickfield Rangers got back to winning ways after thumping Lex 6-0 at Clywedog Park. They dominated throughout but went down to 10-men on the half hour when skipper Sean Dodd was shown a second yellow card for dissent. Scott Swords opened the scoring with a wonder-strike on 42 minutes. Danny Holland’s long rang effort doubled their account on the hour mark and then the flood gates then opened as Ant Dunleavy and Alan Bull added two more in a 5 minute spell. Holland went on to complete a well contrived hat-trick.

Cefn Albion had their fine run of results ended when they flopped to a 2-0 reversal against Saltney Town despite having the lion’s share of play. Saltney were very organised and made it difficult for Albion who did in fact hit the woodwork three times but Saltney were dangerous on the break and carved out by Jake Gibbons and Shaun Hughes.

At Holyhead Road, Chirk AAA’s have slumped into 7th spot after going down 4-1 against Queens Park. It was a scrappy first half and was only separated by an Aled Powell wonder strike to give The Park the edge. Credit to Chirk they kept trying to pass the ball through the lines in muddy conditions but the Park pressed high and kept forcing a number of errors. Daniel Roberts reacted to his first time call up by adding a second goal and he even managed to foul his own player James Gregory in the build up to his goal. A classic Tony Jones goal from a free kick then led to the game’s best moment when Shane Prince scored with his first touch in his first ever game for a Queens Park first team. Chirk did manage a consolation goal through Louis Middlehurst.

The FC Nomads clash with Corwen proved to be a real epic, with Corwen keeping their title dreams alive with a 4-3 victory. Illya Haycock converted a 10th minute penalty for the hosts but Joe Williams levelled also through a penalty in the 24th minute. Haycock enabled Nomads to forge ahead again but Williams again levelled on the hour mark. Jacob Wise with a close range header once more put Nomads in the driving seat only for Williams to hit back to complete his hat-trick. Corwen managed to turn up trumps after Scott Evans fired the winner firing home from close range following a corner

At the Ring, Llay Welfare manager Mike Gadie described his sides 6-1 success over Llanuwchllyn as “an excellent performance and it sees us get back to winning ways, we moved the ball well and were clinical in front of goal. Ours scorers were Jake Kelsall, Mikey Wright, John Rhys Edwards, Rhys Lloyd, Luke Taylor and man of the match Liam Hughes.” Reducing the deficit was Iolo Jones.

A second half double salvo from Danny Warren earned Mold Alexandra a 2-0 success over Rhos Aelwyd.

There was a real epic of a conquest between Rhostyllen and Hawarden Rangers who squandered the lead on three separate occasions so the good work to have them 4-3 late on was to no avail. The hosts did eventually managed to turn the encounter on its head and went nap to win 5-4 through an og, Mark Williams, Curtis Pryddech and a brace from James Jones.

Division One runaway leaders Plas Madoc had their game at Rhosllanerchrugog called off but Castell Alun Colts blew a great chance to reduce the points back and were held to a 3-3 draw at Cefn Mawr who had the man of the match Arron Blackwell converting a treble. Replying for the Colts were Alistair Randles, Connor Hughes and Scott Williams.

Coedpoeth really are on a roll and they defeated New Brighton Villa 4-3 with strikes from Sion Turner who scored with a bullet header, Luke Hall grabbed a goal in each half and a converted penalty by Curt Griffiths proved decisive. Hitting back for the visitors were Liam Davies, Ste Orsler and Grant Spencer.

Llangollen Town have moved back into 3rd spot after defeating Overton 3-1, on target were Jason Williams, Kev Day and Sam Gale on his debut. Getting Overton back to 1-1 at one stage was Tom Myers.

Offa Athletic were defeated 5-2 in their own back yard by Mynydd Isa Spartans who went nap through Dan Riley (2), Ady Davies, Joey Jones and Dane Shorrock. Hitting back for Offa were Tyler Harvey and Darren Jones.

Rhydymwyn were 8-0 up at half time against Johnstown but the referee was forced to abandon the game due to a waterlogged pitch.

In the Reserves Division, Castell Alun were floored 7-0 by FC Nomads who netted through Adam Charlesworth, Col Lambert, Jim Ratcliffe (2), Jake Jones (2) and Ben Urquhart.

Queens Park were worthy 3-1 winners against Chirk AAA’s courtesy of efforts from Adam Roberts who scored a 30 yard stunner, Harry Gregory and Sean Skimmings. Reducing the arrears was Jordan Owen.

In the Reserves and Colts Division, Brymbo beat Cefn Mawr Rangers 4-1 and on target were Ryan Cullimore, Kian Davies, Dan Griffin and Callum Evans with Liam White hitting back from the penalty spot.

Mynydd Isa Spartans went down 5-1 against Cefn Albion who went nap through Callum Taylor, Jack Edwards, Wes Parry, Callum Mannion and Tom Miller with Adam Woosey replying.

Overton were the days highest scorers thumping Llangollen Town 11-0. Louis Williams fired four goals, Chris Bryan (2), Ashley Steele, Jim Roberts, Sergio Evans, Alan Evans and Mark Mottershed.

An Own goal added to by Liam Davies and Carwyn Davies saw Rhos Aelwyd sink Coedpoeth Utd 3-1 who hit back through Dave Bromley late on.