The vast majority of games at the weekend fell victim to the weather but with the luxury of utilising the 3G pitch at neighbours and hosts Cefn Druids, Cefn Albion secured a narrow 3-2 success against Mold Alex to return to the top of the Premier Division. Albeit of course due to the fact they have played 4 games more than 2nd placed Holywell Town. Mold started on the front foot and following a superb counter attacking play, Matty Lewis picked out Connor Kendrick in the middle who finished well . It did not take long for Albion to level and following a well worked corner it was turned in by Cefn Skipper Nathan Williams. Albion kicked on and Callum Mannion scored the goal of the game with a superb finish to make it 2-1 and just prior to the interval a mistake in the Cefn defence, Mold found an equaliser after Rhys Nash and Lee Jones linked up and to complete the move Jack Lewis squares it for Dan Lloyd to level.

The second half was equally competitive and Albion’s winner was to come in the form of Ryan Kershaw whose free kick was missed by everyone in the box and found its way into the net. Cefn had another goal ruled out for off side but hung on for all 3 points. Mold boss expressed his disappointment after the game saying “I felt we deserved something from the game, we scored two very well worked goals. And then had a dubious one ruled out and also hit the bar. It just wasn’t our day. We couldn’t just find that final ball or took an extra touch when we didn’t need to. We have to dust ourselves down and look to bounce back next week in a difficult fixture at Brymbo“.

The remainder of the Premier Division programme was wiped out but again The Rock Ground came to the rescue of the Buckley Town versus Cefn Druids Reserves game was switched and Buckley ran out 3-1 winners with strikes from Buckley scorers Jordan Hensall, Matt Mullarkey and Adam Eden with Jayden Jones replying.

Down at the Dunks, Queens Park first team manager Dave Evans rolled back the years and despite putting in a cameo appearance for his Reserve side he was voted man of the match by a country mile. The Park started at a frantic pace and Zack Davies put the Park 1-0 up with a well worked goal and then an horrific own goal doubled their tally and Ben White provided with a 3-0 half time lead. The second half started a bit sluggish and Brickfield took advantage of this and got themselves on the score sheet. Manager Rob “Gevro” Wright brought on the veteran and first team manager Dave Evans to steady the game. He made an instant impact to turn and as the 4 defenders closed in around him and he picked out White to make it 4 - 1. The ship had now been steadied and the Park got back to their normal football. Everything in the second half came from Evans and Zack Davies went on to wrap up his hat-trick.

Connah’s Quay Nomads continue to boss the Reserves and Colts Division after flooring Bala Town 6-0 and in that game, Ricardo Chinea-Pegler and Caleb Rose netted a hat-trick apiece.

Airbus UK were beaten 1-0 by Rhydymwyn and it was honours even between Cefn Albion and Ruthin Town with the game ending all square at 1-1 with Josh Valentine netting the Albion goal.

Fraser Hardy gave Johnstown an early lead but Llay Welfare Colts turned this game on its head and won 5-1. Making up their nap hand were Lewis Kelly(2). Oscar Kelly, Jack Edwards and Matty Worrall.