There were shocks all round in the Premier Division where leaders Brymbo lost for only the second time this season. It was all going well enough when Ryan Clarke steered them into a 1-0 half time lead against Mold Alexandra who turned this clash on its head, Rhys Nash pulled the Alex level and just moments later Matty Lewis added a second goal and it proved decisive.

FC Nomads clinched a 2-1 success against Brickfield Rangers, they took a 4th minute lead with a close rage header from Mike Woodward but Scott Swords quickly levelled after some excellent work from Harley Steel. There were limited chances for either side after the break but the hosts scored the winner on 57 minute when an awkward through ball hit a divot bouncing awkwardly however Belton it tipped onto the bar but Brynley Preece reacted quickest scoring at his second attempt.

Lex XI were thrashed out of sight by Chirk AAA’s 12-0 in one of their heaviest defeats in their 50 year history. It took time for Chirk to settle but when they did get going, the floodgates opened. Man of the match Louis Middlehurst was in a rich vein of form netting five of his side’s goals and completing the debacle were Jack Edwards, Aled Roberts, Josh Phillips, Phil Pearce, Adam Davies and Matty Harrison with a brace.

Llanuwchllyn and Cefn Albion fought out a goal-less draw on a glue pot of a pitch with chances going begging at both ends.

Penycae got back to winning ways to sink Hawarden Rangers 2-1 and the win takes them off the league basement, Austin Owen broke the deadlock and although Ben Jones levelled, Ahmed Ally made the points safe netting a 75th minute penalty. There was a dramatic end to the clash however when Hawarden fluffed a penalty chance to hit back but it was well saved by substitute keeper Matt Griffiths.

Queens Park skipper Mikey Latham put his side 2-0 up against Rhostyllen with both goals came direct from a corner. Steve Jones reduced the deficit but by then Matty Williams had made it 3-1

Rhos Aelwyd will be left kicking themselves after spurning a 2-0 lead created by Ieuan Jones and James Haynes but back came Corwen to win 3-2 and move to within 2 points of leaders Brymbo. Iorweth Jones kick started their comeback. Joe Williams finished off a move started by Scott Evans and the winner was the best goal of the game scored by Sam Henry.

It was a much better performance by Llay Welfare despite losing 2-1 at Saltney with manager Mike Gadie stating “It was a much better display from the lads, we asked for a reaction after the Corwen game and got one. Saltney went home with the 3 points, but they know they had a real game on their hands. Paul Johnson gave them an 18th minute lead but we atoned through Luke Taylor. With time running out we failed to defend and substitute Jake Gibbons netted a last gasp winner. We did have what I thought was as a stone wall penalty decision turned which might have grabbed us a point.

In Division One, Plas Madoc went behind early on when the hosts New Brighton scored through Matty Robinson. It all went downhill after that for the hosts when ‘Plassy hit back to win 5-1. Making up their nap hand were hat-trick hero Nicky Williams, Jamie Williams and Ashley Edwards.

Castell Alun Colts strengthened their promotion push with a narrow 2-1 success against Offa Athletic. Rob Ward and Stuart Williams carved out a 2-0 lead but Phil Gidley did manage to peg a goal back.

Mynydd Isa were worthy 3-2 winners at Rhydymwyn and just shading things in their favour were Mike Whales (2) and Joe Jones with Owen Manley and Will Leonard reducing the arrears.

Games between Cefn Mawr Rangers against Johnstown and Coedpoeth had their games postponed.

In the Reserves Division, Ruthin Town have gone 3 points clear at the top after defeating 2nd placed Mold Alex 4-0 with their marksmen being Tom Watkin-Jones (2), Will Owen and Rhys Rowlands.

The Cefn Druids clash with Buckley game was a close run affair, with Druids edging home 5-4. Star of the show was Lewis George and he was rewarded with yet another career treble and making up their nap hand with a brace was Tom Faithfull. Reducing the arrears were Liam Schofield (2), Tom Gunson and Ryan Dunn.

Brickfield Rangers slumped to a 7-1 reversal against Gresford Athletic who set their cruise control after Tom Williams converted a hat-trick, completing the debacle were Darren Jones, Joel Gray, Will Roberts and Taylor Williams.

Chirk AAA defeated Castell Alun 3-0 and on target were Joe Roberts (2) and Anthony Jones.

Corwen shared six goals and the points with Queens Park, Andy Roberts at the tender age of 40 scored all 3 of the Corwen goals with Shane Prince (2) and Ashley Dawson replying.

Hawarden Rangers slipped up 1-0 at home against FC Nomads who netted through Alex Collins.

The Reserves and Colts Division leaders Holywell Town marched on but were put to the sword by Rhydymwyn prior to securing a narrow 2-1 win courtesy of an own goal and OG and Owen Davies with Charlie Bradley hitting back for the visitors.

Cefn Albion won their local derby dual with Cefn Mawr Rangers 3-1 with Torne Lee Samuels, Aaron Holman and Tom Miller netting the winners goals.

Steve Done and Lewis Williams hit back for Overton who were beaten 4-2 by Mynydd Isa Spartans whose marksmen were Joe Mitchell(2), Joe Roberts and an OG

Games between Llangollen Town and Coedpoeth Utd, Llay Welfare against Penycae and Ruthin Town versus Rhos Aelwyd were all called off.