The weekend’s league programme was almost completely decimated but one of the key games that did survive was in Division One at Stansty Park where LEX XI gave poor old Johnstown 9-0 mauling. Making his home debut and rolling back the years was Chris Baddleley who started out his footballing career as a raw teenager there many moons ago. He wasted no time in making his mark and weighed in with a 4 goal salvo. Making the points safe with two goals apiece were Ryan Masterton, Zac Davies and Adam Davies with George Baxter sealing their success.

In the Reserves Division League Cup, the Corwen clash with Buckley Town which was switched to Maes Tegid at Bala. Buckley came through unscathed and progressed 2-0 with strikes from Tom Gunson and Connor Littler.

In the Reserves Division, Cefn Druids shared a 2-2 draw with Penycae, on target were Josh Hughes and Darren Evans with Ruben Monteiro and Efan Woodall responding for Penycae.

FC Queens Park nicked a point in a 1-1 draw with Holywell Town and their marksman was Ben White but it does take them back into second spot. For Holywell, Nathan Williams shot from over 20 yards to beat the keeper into the top corner of the net.

At Court Road, Rhos Aelwyd slipped up and were beaten 1-0 by Ruthin Town who netted through Meurien Pugh.

There was quite a shock in store for the Reserves and Colts Division leaders Connah’s Quay Nomads were beaten 3-2 at Llay Welfare who were on target through James Colley, Matty Worrall and James Kelly. Eric Brown and Jack Hichen replied for the Nomads.

Sitting in second spot are Airbus UK who defeated Brymbo 5-3, courtesy of strikes from Luke Griffin (2), Matthew Wardell (2) and Stuart McHarrie. Hitting back for Brymbo were Zac Clark (2) and Jake Prescott

In the local derby, Cefn Albion saw off the challenge of Cefn Mawr Rangers and they pipped their visitors 4-2 courtesy of efforts from Torne Samuels (2), Tom Miller and Darnell Prescott. Jamie Roberts and Ryan Williams netted for the visitors.