Match of the day in the Premier Division saw Chirk AAA’s upset the applecart of league leaders Brickfield Rangers by securing a 1-0 success leaving Brickie boss Simon Sedgwick to bemoan “This is our first league defeat of the campaign since August and it was a fiercely contested game. On reflection, I thought we had done sufficient to take a point from the clash but the Chirk goal to be fair was worthy of winning any game and it came on the hour mark from Matty Thomas.”

FC Queens Park had their clash at Hawarden Rangers rained off but the Brickfield defeat leaves them just 2 points behind them with three games in hand.

Corwen opted to take their game against Llay Welfare to Bala Town’s Maes Tegid ground on Friday night and under lights. The switch clearly suited Corwen who produced a sublime 4-2 victory. Ryan Billington broke the deadlock early on the game slotting home from close range. Ryan Jones set up Tom Williams to give the hosts a 2 goal cushion at the break. Mikey Wright pegged a goal back soon after the restart from the penalty spot. They pushed on with Williams and Will Roberts stretching their lead but in injury time, Elliott Kavanagh pegged a goal back with a superbly executed free-kick.

Llanuwchllyn chalked up their 11th win of the campaign and defeated Coedpoeth United 5-1. Making up their nap hand were John Evans and Joe Evans which was followed up by an immaculate treble from Gwidian Ifan.

Overton failed in their attempt to get off the mark and they went down 7-2 against Saltney Town and hitting back for them were Chris Barnes and Chris Bush. Making up the Saltney seven goal salvo though were Ashley Lewis(2), Jake Gibbons, Lewis Burgess, Ryan Cunliffe, Paul Johnson and Warren Kelly.

Penycae held their own for large parts against FC Nomads and went 2-0 up through a Connor Kendrick double salvo but then crumbled letting Nomads off the hook who secured a 3-2 victory in the end with strikes from coming from Mark Atkinson, Dan Drazdauskas and the returning Kyle Reid who saved the game for Nomads with his man of the match performance coming on at half time.

Division One title favourites Rhostyllen had their game against Castell Alun wiped out due to a waterlogged pitch.

Penley recorded one of their best ever wins on the road when they demolished Acrefair 15-2. Ace predator Matty Williams took the game by the scruff of the neck almost on his own grabbing six of his sides goals. Completing the debacle were Shaun Cartwright and Rob Ward with a treble apiece, Dave Ward(2) and Azzy Williams.

AFC Brynford were forced to call off their clash with Llangollen Town due to a waterlogged pitch as was the New Brighton Villa clash with Rhydymwyn.

Basement side Maesgwyn had something to celebrate at long last with an odd goal in seven 4-3 success against Point of Ayr. Ensuring they recorded their first win of the campaign was hat-trick hero Garry Whittaker and Liam Jones.

The Reserves Division league leaders Gresford Athletic returned home from their trip to FC Queens Park with a 4-2 win under their belt leaving them 11 points clear at the top still. Reducing the deficit were Edgar Lima and Adam Roberts.

A solitary strike from Stuart Parry enabled Brymbo to get back to winning ways, his firmly struck free-kick saw his side defeat Corwen 1-0.

Mike Marsden replied for Castell Alun in a 1-1 draw with Saltney Town who had taken a half time lead.

Cefn Druids have great ambitions to take the title race down to the wire again emphasised by their 3-2 victory over Holywell Town. Lewis George capped a fine debut getting the Cefn opener and sealing their success with late goals were Ben Dawson and Jordan Williams who scored an 88th minute winning goal.

FC Nomads shared a 2-2 draw with Penycae and their marksman was Kyle Amoss who grabbed both of the Nomad’s goals.

Harry Jones opened and closed the scoring for Mold Alexandra in their 3-0 success against Chirk AAA’s and sandwiched in between was a strike for Lee Jones.

Turning to the Reserves and Colts Division, Flint Town United have gone 21 points clear at the top after flooring LEX Glyndwr 5-1.

Games between Buckley Town and Brickfield Rangers and Coedpoeth United versus Ruthin Town both fell victim to the weather.

Rhostyllen Reserves produced an unblemished display to defeat Overton 5-1 with their goals coming from Ryan Austin(2), Niall Rooney(2) and Taylor Jasper.