League leaders Brymbo seem to be back in business judging by their 2-1 triumph at Saltney Town and the win left Brymbo boss Phil Hudson a relieved man leaving him to reflect It was a tight game and we went ahead 1in the first half with Mark Beech tapping home after a fumble from the keeper, then early in the second half we doubled our lead when Jordan Deer finished a great move with a fantastic finish from the edge of the box. Saltney got a foot hold on the game from the penalty spot with 20 minutes left which Steve Choicci converted but we held out well for a massive 3 points.

Queens Park delivered the goods to maintain their slim title hopes with a 2-1 success against FC Nomads. A rare double salvo from Josh Betteley gave them the edge but Nomads made a scrap of things in the second half and despite Dan Sullivan hitting back, they could not find that extra goal with Park boss Dave Evans first to admit, we really did have to weather the storm to earn maximum points and we just managed to hang on in the end.The summary was mirrored by Steve Hughes the Nomads assistant boss Same old story for us, we just not clinical enough in both boxes. They had the better of the first 20 minutes and went ahead via a deflected shot. We then started to play and took control of the game. We missed several good chances before they caught us on the break to go 2-0 up at half time. We dominated the second half and scored on 65 minutes. We continued to dominate but just could not score again and they held on for victory.

Brickfield Rangers went down 4-1 at Llanuwchllyn but full credit to the way they faced adversity in midweek with Head of Recruitment Andy Ruscoe signing a glut of new players but it was longest playing servant, Lee McBurney, who managed to snatch a consolation goal. Credit to the hosts they deserved their victory and were on target through Joe Evans and a Rangers OG in the opening half and Rob John-Kimberely and Delwyn Jones after the break.

Llay Welfare secured a 3-2 success over Hawarden Rangers in what was a niggly contest. Hawarden went 2-1 up at the break through a Ben Jones double but the jewel in the Llay crown and not for the first time this season was Matty Worrall, he pegged a goal back early in the first half but he single handidly turned the clash on its head by scoring two opportunist goals for Llay to take maximum points. A gleeful Llay manager Mike Gadie added We asked the lads to step it up a gear second half and that is exactly what they did. Matt Worrall collected back to back trebles and it was a resilient performance from our defence. It did however require a world class save from our keeper Kyle Flower to see us take maximum points.

Penycae failed to make an impression against visitors Chirk AAA but new man at the helm Ben Heath was quite upbeat about the growing improvement in his sides progress adding we lost to the narrowest of 1-0 margins with Lewis Clamp getting the only goal of the game.

Cefn Albion really are building up a nice head of steam and they polished off Rhostyllen 5-1. It was a match that Albion dominated but the visitors made it difficult with only an Oliver Davies goal separating the teams at half time. Cefn continued to dominate the second half and a goal from Alex Williams doubled their tally. The visitors pulled a goal back through Jamie Pugh but Albion netted the goal of the game through 17 year old Zac Davies replying instantly. Alex Williams scored the fourth and Jordan Jones with another special goal to make it five bursting through and dinking the keeper.

The Division One champions Plas Madoc just roll on like a juggernaut but had a shock of their lives as Offa Athletic posed more than a threat and only narrowly went down 4-3, Tyler Harvey(2) and Lee Bent kept Offa in the hunt but it is true class always shows in the end and the Champs edged home courtesy of strikes from Liam Sklenar, Nicky Williams, Lee Price and Jordan Powell who notched the winner.

Cefn Mawr Rangers whitewashed Johnstown 5-0, making up their nap hand were Ben Duffy, Ryan Williams with a double salvo, Jack Coates and Tom Humphreys.

New Brighton Villa were second best in their home clash with Rhydymwyn who prospered 4-2 and their marksmen were Matty Gilsennan, Kyle Harte, and Ash Lewis who bagged himself a brace. Reducing the deficit were Rhys Peers and Craig Williams.

Rhosllanerchrugog were forced to share the spoils and held Llangollen to a 1-1 draw and it needed an injury time goal to rescue a point after Cody Sylvester had put Llan in charge.

In the Reserves Division, FC Nomads secured a 4-0 success at Hawarden Rangers, on target were Jim Ratcliffe, Luke Muia, Evan Wright and Cameron Gardner.

Mold Alex defeated a very young Gresford Reserves who battled hard with an average age side of 20 but Mold ran out 2-0 winners.

The Colts Division leaders Holywell Town were held to a 1-1 draw by second placed Penycae who had taken the lead through Dan McInnes but the Wellmen salvaged a point hitting back through Ryan Jones.

Llangollen suffered a 4-0 defeat at home against Rhos Aelwyd whose marksmen were Carwyn Davies, Callum Smith, Luke Williams and Lloyd Marsden.

Brymbo were held to a goal-less encounter at Cefn Albion but there were goals galore in the clash between Rhydymwyn and Llay Welfare who just shaded this epic with strikes from Kev Hope(2), Aiden Fox and Dan Hughes. Responding for Rhyd were Matty Rees, Jack Smallman and Ryan Edwards

A solitary strike from Joe Robbins earned Mynydd Isa Spartans a narrow 1-0 victory over New Brighton Villa.

Overton sent a strong side to Ruthin Town and earned themselves a point from a goal-less draw.