Holywell Town end the year as the only undefeated sides in the 4 divisions of the Welsh National League following their 4-2 success at Brymbo and avenging a Welsh Trophy defeat there in early November, ironically by the identical scoreline. They had a perfect start when after just 5 minutes on the clock, Sam Jones scored with a stunning free-kick. It didnít take them long to double their tally when Mark Connollyís effort was only parried by the keeper and Dan Dobbins had the simplest if chances to net from close range. On the half hour mark, Brymbo were on the rack again Dylan Allshorn netted from close range. A rousing half time team talk saw Brymbo up the tempo and they quickly pegged a goal back through Charlie Bell. It clearly was a different Brymbo in the second half and a rare error by keeper Mike Platt saw him parry the ball to the feet of Billy New who made no mistake from close range to make it 3-2. There was little to chose between the two sides throughout the second period but with Brymbo throwing caution to the wind looking for the equaliser were caught out on the counter attack enabling Jake Cooke to cement a 4-2 success for the Wellmen.

Castell Alun still failed to break their duck but full credit to them they played some of the best football of the season despite going down 4-0. In fact the score was only 1-0 for the majority of the game but Albion finished with a flurry and netted 3 goals in the closing stages. On target with 2 goals apiece were Danny Holland and Alex Williams.

The days only other action was in the Reserves and Colts Division, a narrow 1-0 success for Airbus at Ruthin Town has elevated them to the top of the table on 37 points.

Llay Welfare narrowly defeated Coedpoeth 3-2 with strikes from Kev Hope and a brace from Dan Richardson. Replying for Coedypoeth were Connor Jones and Cardel Teixeira.