The two outstanding Premier Division Cup games went ahead without a hitch but Chirk AAA’s failed in their attempt to make home advantage count so it is Corwen who have booked a place in the semi finals and they did it with time to spare and won 4-2. Corwen took the lead in the 6th minute thanks to a slick training ground move and Scott Evans floated a free kick into the Chirk box allowing Ryan Billington to head the ball onto the bar and Iorweth Jones was on hand to head in from the rebound. Chirk levelled when Phil Pearce played a long ball into the box and Louis Midlehurst won the aerial battle with keeper Gethin Williams to make it 1-1 after 10 minutes. Corwen restored their lead after a cross from Iorweth Jones went in off Andrew Roberts’s knee after half an hour. Scott Evans sent a 38th fired a penalty opportunity against the post but made up for it by scoring from a second penalty in the 45th minute. Five minutes into the second half Nicky Williams scored a candidate for goal of the season, as he collected the ball with his back to goal and hit it on the turn and put it into the top corner of the net from outside the area. Corwen made it 4-2 in the 63rd minute when Tom Williams clipped the ball over the advancing Zac Bebbington in the Chirk goal and he saw it clip both posts before going in. It was not exactly a firey game but Chirk had six players booked by referee Martin Williams.

FC Nomads are safely through, they saw of the challenge of Penycae 4-1. Dan Drazdauskas opened their account midway way through the opening half and from the restart almost Jim Gambino doubled their account. Giving the visitors some hope and pegging a goal back was teenager Lewis George but there was no way back as Drazdauskas and Kieran Moore added further goal for the hosts.

Premier Division leaders Queens Park clearly were not at the races and they flopped grand style 4-2 at home against Llanuwchllyn and to be blunt their defending was shocking. The visitors took a 2-0 led through Gwidion Ifan and Sam Evans but Levi Roberts with a stunning shot kept them in touch. Ifan doubled his tally in the 75th minute but although Barry Torrence had reduced the arrears Iwan Roberts had the last say for the visitors from the penalty spot.

The Brymbo clash with Cefn Albion turned out into a real classic and it really did ebb and flow. Man of the match Alex Williams gave Cefn a 2-0 lead but just as it looked they were going to run away with things, Anthony Smith reduced the deficit just before half time. The impressive Williams completed his hat-trick on the hour mark but Brymbo refused to throw in the towel and a brace of goal from Keiran Taylor had this game all square on 90 minutes but with a last throw of the dice, Nicky Jones got the winner for Cefn in the 4th minute of stoppage time.

Llay Welfare notched up a 2-0 success against Overton but as Welfare boss Mike Gadie was quick to admit “It was not what you might call a vintage display but a fine solo goal from Mikey Wright and dubious goal from Dan Richardson earned us maximum points.”

Games between Coedpoeth United and Saltney Town plus Hawarden Rangers and Brickfield fell victim to the weather.

Lex Glyndwr continued their impressive run and they demolished Acrefair Youth 7-1. Nathan Slawson got the off to a great start with a double salvo which included a fine headed goal. Alan Huxley weighed in with his customary brace and cementing the win were man of the match Lee Phelan, Craig Hughes and Phil Gidley.

Returning to the top of Division One are Rhostyllen, they picked off Point of Ayr with consummate ease 6-1. Lewis Clamp and Ashley Ryan gave them a perfect start and there was no way back after Robbie Gibson and Steve Jones grabbed themselves two goals apiece.

At Tower Fields, Llangollen Town boss Gareth Lloyd was pleased with his sides performance as they sent Castell Alun crashing to 3-0 defeat. Seasoned campaigner Tryfan Prosser broke the deadlock just prior to the break and there way no way back for the visitors after man of the match Ashley Wilson and the impressive Sam Gostage added to their tally.

Penley chalked up a 6-1 success against Brynford and they had a hat-trick hero in Rob Ward which included two penalties.

The Reserves Division League clash between Mold Alexandra and Gresford Athletic failed to go ahead due to the referee crisis.

There was limited action in the Reserves Division but Castell Alun capitulated going down 8-1 on home soil against Hawarden Rangers whose scorers included Luke Moir, Dean Hardstaff, Gerry Christopher and James Powell. This was all after ‘Casty had taken an 8th minute lead through Arthur Doo.

Cefn Druids sent Ruthin Town crashing to a 5-3 defeat and making up their nap hand were Jonny Taylor(2), Chad Humphreys, Ieuan Jones Harry Lucas.

There were goals galore at Holywell Town who shaded their clash with Chirk AAA’s 6-4. Netting the winners goals were Sam Edwards(2), Dan Simms, Ashley Davies, Lee Blythen and Callum Pritchard

Saltney Town walloped FC Nomads 6-0 courtesy of strikes from Jack Eccleston, Jake Gibbons(2), Jack Roberts(2) and Liam Thomas.

There was limited action in the Reserves and Colts Division and Coedpoeth picked up a fine 3-0 success at Cefn Albion.