In the Match of the Day in the Premier Division, an unblemished display by FC Queens Park put an eventual end to the unbeaten start to the season by Hawarden Rangers by securing a 2-0 success. Park chief Martin Ford was left ecstatic and was left to heap loads of praise on his side stating “It was a dominant display from start to finish and I cannot recall Hawarden having one serious effort on target. Corey Smart broke the deadlock on the hour mark and after Tony Jones scored with a trademark free-kick from 30 yards out we just shut up shop.”

Hot on their heels at the moment though are Brickfield Rangers and they sent Cefn Albion crashing to a 5-0 defeat and their opponents were quick to complement their hosts with Cefn spokesman Paul Griffiths saying “Brickfield outclassed us today and I would have to say their first half performance was a football master class. Making up the ‘Bricky nap hand were Ryan McCleary(2), Ben Collins, Sam Molyneux and Dale Davies.

Chirk AAA’s have slipped into 3rd spot after winning 2-0 at a stubborn Coepoeth. On target were Matt Thomas and Nicky Williams.

FC Nomads dug deep and plundered Overton deeper into the mire winning 3-1. On target were Kyle Amoss and Callum Humphreys and although Lewis Williams pegged a goal back, Shaun Killgannon sealed the win on the hour mark.

Brymbo were down in the doldrums once more and they were beaten 3-0 at Llanuwchllyn who netted through Sam Evans, Iolo Jones and Llidion Jones.

Penycae lost that midas touch they appear to have had of late and they were beaten on home soil 3-1 by Corwen. Jimmy Jones pulled things back to 2-1 at one stage but when they were forced to throw caution to the wind looking for the equaliser, they took one risk too many and Corwen added a third goal.

Saltney Town had lady luck on their side beating Llay Welfare 2-1 but had Matty Worrall not missed an opening half penalty for Llay, things might have turned out differently. Warren Kelly and Jay Meacock gave Saltney a two cushion at the break and although Mikey Wright to scored a second half penalty for the visitors, the hosts hung on for maximum points.

Turning to Division One, leaders Rhostyllen were unplayable at times thrashing New Brighton Villa 7-1. Man of the match Steve Jones weighed in with a first half hat-trick and there was a penalty apiece for Ash Ryan and Robbie Gibson with Kev Roberts and Jamie Jones cementing the win. Grabbing a lone consolation goal for Villa was Ross Sumner.

Castell Alun had a barren opening half against Johnstown but it all turned good in the end with Liam Hughes and Adam Pugh both weighing in with double salvo’s after the break for the Colts to run out comfortable 4-0 winners to maintain their strong interest in the promotion race.

Moving menacingly into 3rd spot are LEX Glyndwr who were comfortable 6-0 winners at Point of Ayr and this extends their unbeaten run to ten games. Club spokesman Jack Williams stated “It really was a Stella performance and Matty Harrison for the second week in a row converted a hat-trick. Nicky Chesters, Richard Smullen and man of the match Aled Powell despatched a perfect penalty.”

Llangollen Town upped their game and were rewarded with a 2-1 triumph over Rhydymwyn who had taken a 15th minute lead through Josh Cooke. Jordan Dooley levelled the clash and Josh Langford bagged a winner for Llan on the hour mark.

Penley were the days highest scorers and they demolished Acrefair 12-0. Matty Wills led the whitewash with a four goal salvo and completing the rout were Rob Ward with a treble, Richie Hamer, Andrew Bithell, Ian Dobson and substitute Lewis Evans who bagged a late brace.

The Rhos Aelwyd clash with AFC Brynford only last 5 minutes due to a very nasty injury to a Brynford player so the match had to be abandoned.

In the Reserves Division, Cefn Druids stretched their unbeaten run to 10 games with a 3-1 victory over Brymbo, on target were Alex Buxton, Kevin Day and Josh Jones.

Chirk AAA went down 4-1 against Ruthin Town but hit back through Will Newall.

Holywell Town suffered a 7-2 drubbing at home against Mold Alex, Sam Edwards grabbed both of their goals with Mold on target through Harry Jones, Jack Williams, Aaron Davies, Tom Chrimes and hat-trick hero Len Beddoes.

Both of the games in the Reserves and Colts Division ended all square, Mark Williams pulled the rabbit out of the hat and snatched a last gasp leveller for Flint as they maintained a 10 point lead at the top and this was all after Darren Greenway had given Rhos a 10th minute lead.

Manager-less Lex Glyndwr missed a glorious chance to enhance their promotion chances and they were held to a 2-2 draw by Ruthin Town and their marksmen were Nathan Slawson and Tom Johnson.