Corwen made mincemeat of Saltney Town to win their encounter 5-0. Man of the match Dominic Doherty broke the deadlock on 20 minutes with a curling shot from the edge of the box. Saltney were on the canvas by half time with Sam Henry scoring a superbly struck freekick and Eilir Edwards providing them with a 3 goal cushion. A well worked 3 man move saw Dale Davies strengthen their grip and a bizarre own goal completed the hosts nap hand.

Brymbo were held to a 1-1 draw at Rhos Aelwyd who took a first half lead through Aled Robertson but despite having the lion’s share of the second half, Brymbo could only muster a leveller from Jake Clarke from the penalty spot.

Penycae almost pulled off the result of the day but narrowly went down 4-3 at home against FC Nomads. Spare a thought for Jack Abrahams making his Penycae debut netting a hat-trick but still finished on the losing side. Manager Ben Heath was left to reflect, “The result was difficult to take and after we got ourselves in a commanding position we just switched off. As I see it, we face a relegation dog fight and need 4 wins from the remaining 9 games which will be a tall order. Nomads manager Steve Hughes commented “It really was a classic case of a game of 2 halves. We were second best first half and they wanted it more than us and we trailed 2-0. The second half was completely a different story and we showed great character to dominate and end up 4-3 winners. Goals from Charley Robertson, Danny Sullivan, Kyle Reid and Ben Howarth put us 4-2 up before they scored an injury time consolation”.

All other Premier Division games fell victims of the weather.

Turning to Division One, Plas Madoc blasted their way past hosts Rhosllanerchrugog in their local derby. It is 18 games unbeaten for the champs and they prospered 4-0 with strikes from skipper Nicky Williams bagged 2 goals, Jamie Williams and Liam Sklenar went on to cement their win.

It was honours even in the Coedpoeth versus Castell Alun Colts clash, the Colts twice let slip the lead with efforts from Stuart Williams and Ed Brown but credit to the hosts they hit back from points with goals from Kevin Breeze who converted an opening half penalty and substitute Luke Hall.

Sam Wainwright gave New Brighton Villa an early led against Mynydd Isa Spartans who pegged things back but James Beck fired a winner for New Brighton to edge home 2-1 with the last kick of the game.

Rhydymwyn were down in the doldrums once more and they were sunk 2-0 in their own back yard by Overton who netted through Harry Massey and Louis Williams.

Cefn Mawr Rangers slumped to a 4-1 reversal against Llangollen Town who took an early lead through Josh Langford, Ben Reeley doubled their tally with Sam Giles weighing in with a double salvo.

Turning to the Reserves Division, Buckley Town defeated Castell Alun Colts 4-1 who replied through Kevin Valentine.

Mold Alexandra slumped to a 4-2 reversal against FC Nomads who took maximum points courtesy of strikes from Jake Jones (2), Dave Gleave and Cameron Gardner. Reducing the arrears were Cal Lavelle and Alan Bunclarke.

Queens Park narrowly went down 2-1 at home against Ruthin Town who were on target through Tom Watkin-Jones.

In the Reserves and Colts Division, Brymbo returned to winning ways to defeat New Brighton Villa 4-1 who replied through an OG.

Cefn Albion shared a 2-2 draw with Rhydymwyn; goals from Tom Miller and Jay Bluck were wiped out by Andy Jones and Charlie Bradley.

The Holywell Town game against Llangollen Town failed to go ahead with Llan being unable to raise a team.

The game between Mynydd Isa Spartans and Coedpoeth United fell victim to the weather.

Ruthin Town floored Cefn Mawr Rangers 7-1 and their marksmen were Owen Cordiner with a treble, Rob Hughes (2), Huw Sadler and Chris Evans.