Queens Park took another giant step towards securing the Premier Division title by polishing off Coedpoeth United and they defeated their visitors with consummate ease 14-0 leaving manager Martin Ford to lament “This was the best ever display of quality finishing I have ever seen in my life. It was one way traffic at times and we set our stalls our right from the off. Nathan Buckley started the romp in the 1st minute of the game. Sean Skimmings doubled our account with a diving header from a Barry Torrence cross and Skimmings then went on to complete a first half treble. There was no argument though who man of the match was and that was Barry Torrence who went on to net 5 goals and have a hand in another six which included a brace for Tony Jones and single strikes for Richard Jones and an Edgar Lima. Putting the clash to bed was keeper Joey Jones from the penalty spot. Something else to savour of course and that is if results go our way, one more win may well see us being declared champions.” Coedpoeth manager Karl Fenlon provided a candid and honest appraisal saying “The game was a very low point for me as a manager. We had a few last minute pull outs that forced me to play a load of young lads and they just got destroyed by our hosts.”

Brymbo failed to make an impression against Corwen who returned home with a point from a goal-less draw but worthy of note was the form of Brymbo goal-keeper Martyn Jones who is normally an outfield player.

Hawarden Rangers felt the backlash of Brickfields poor run of form who scalped their hosts 2-0. Dale Davies fluffed a 10th penalty opportunity which was saved by Rangers keeper Dan Cooper. Brickfield boss Simon Sedgwick went on to enthuse “It was excellent from start to finish. Sam Molyneux glanced home a 20th minute Ryan McCleary corner and captain Steve Watkin volleyed a 2nd goal from 25 yards out before the break. We dominated the second half despite conceding a penalty which Terry McCormack saved from Danny Barlow.

A waterlogged pitch prevented the Llanuwchllyn clash against FC Nomads from going ahead.

Llay Welfare were left down in the doldrums once more and they flopped to a 4-1 reversal against Cefn Albion who had Oliver Davies and Daniel Cox ensuring Cefn picked up three deserved points with a brace of goals each. Reducing the deficit from the penalty spot was Matty Worrall.

Overton look doomed and seem destined for life in Division One next season after being turned over 5-1 by by Chirk AAA’s who went nap through Hat-trick hero Joe Roberts, Nicky Williams and Aston Williams.

Saltney Town scalped Penycae 3-1 and once again and there seems to be pattern behind Penycae’s form. They once again took the lead but failed to defend it. This week Connor Kendrick put them ahead in the 20th minute but Saltney made the most out of some sloppy defending and came back to win 3-1. Shaun Hughes brought things level before half time and Paul Johnson and Jack Heppleston went on the punish their visitors further.

Match of the day was in Division One was between league leaders Penley and promotion rivals Rhydymwyn and coming out on top were Penley who won 2-0 with strikes from Matty Wills and substitute Andy Bithell. It was a feisty affair with both sides ending up with 10 players each.

Second placed Lex Glyndwr went through the motions to send opponents Maesgwyn crashing to a hefty 13-1 defeat to keep their title aspirations well and truly alive. Lee Phelan weighed in with a four goal salvo which included two penalties and adding to their account were Phil Gidley with a treble, Alan Huxley struck twice plus Nathan Evans, Jason Edwards, Aled Powell and player boss Ricky Evans direct from corner. Reducing the arrears with a consolation goal was Jamie Edwards.

Point of Ayr beat Llangollen Town 4-2 after Ashley Wilson twice had Llan in front.

The days highest scorers were Rhostyllen who crushed ten men Acrefair 15-0. Creating the whitewash were star performer Nial Rooney with a four goal haul, James Jones(2) Steve Jones(2), Dean Jones, Ash Ryan, Mark Williams(2), Kevin Roberts, Craig Spencer and Dan Brown.

In the Reserves Division, Cefn Druids are finishing their campaign like a steam train and they defeated Saltney Town 10-2. Jonny Taylor was star of the show bagging six goals and taking them into double figures were Jordan Williams with a treble and Josh Jones.

It is Gresford Athletic however who lead the pack after collecting a 2-0 success at Corwen and grabbing their goals were Sam Richards and Gareth Williams.

The FC Nomads clash with Holywell Town failed a pitch inspection.

Mold Alexandra shared six goals and the points in a 3-3 draw with Ruthin Town, getting the hosts goals were Matt Gilsanan, Lennox Beddows and Josh Williams and all of these goals came in the opening half. Hitting back for Ruthin were David Finnie, Will Owen and an own goal.

Dan McInnes, Jake Broderick and Luke Peters combined for Penycae to defeat Brymbo 3-1.

Chirk AAA’s and Queens Park finished all square at 3-3. Matty Thompson(2) and Sean Morris bagged the Chirk’s goals with Jordan Valentine, Dan Roberts and Adam Eygenhuysen hitting back.

Turning to the Reserves and Colts Division, Cefn Albion were turned over 6-0 by Buckley Town who netted through Dan Jones, Kal Pierce(2) Chris Forshaw and Jordan Helsall.

In the Reserves and Colts Division Cup Brickfield Rangers sent Lex Glyndwr crashing out 6-2 and all this was after the game had ended 2-2 after 90 minutes. Making the difference between the two sides for Brickfield were Sam Giles, Ramone Nelson, Ryan Roberts and Jordan Jones who converted a hat-trick in extra time.