In a shortened Premier Division programme, Chirk AAA’s came out on top to account for Brymbo 3-1 despite their visitors getting the opening goal against the run of play through Keiron Taylor. Andy Pryde notched his first goal for the Colliers and levelled the match. Some quality finishing from Danny Hughes and Matty Thomas saw Chirk over the line.

FC Nomads chalked up a 4-0 success over Coedpoeth United with all goals coming in the opening half from Sam Buckley, Kyle Reid, Lee Reynolds and Sean Killgannon. Manager Tom Taylor added, “it was a comprehensive first half but it was a very positive second period from an extremely young Coedpoeth side.

Penycae were up to their old tricks again frustrating their manager Ian Andrews who watched his side match visitors Hawarden Rangers for large parts of this encounter but two harsh penalty decisions turned the game in Rangers favour and they ran out 3-0 winners with new kid on the block Danny Barlow grabbing all three of the Hawarden goals.

In Division One, LEX Glyndwr had their clash at Acrefair called off at the eleventh hour due to their being no referee available to officiate it.

Castell Alun secured a 4-1 success at Johnstown but the win was soured by the fact Scott Williams was stretched off and taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg. The score somehow seems irrelevant but for the record book the immaculate Dave Bullough converted a hat-trick and Gareth Higgins from the penalty spot sealed the win.

Llangollen Town got back to winning ways, they defeated New Brighton Villa 1-0. Grabbing the games only goal was Ben Realey with a second half strike after being set up by Tryfan Prosser. Jordan Dooley in his comeback game shone for Llan.

Rhydymwyn sent Maesgwyn crashing to a 6-2 defeat with man of the match Nathan Munroe securing a treble. Completing their rout were Josh Cooke and Nick Manning(2). Hitting back though for a much improved Maesgwyn were players boss Aston Jones and Josh Underwood.

The feature game in the Reserves Division was at The Rock where Cefn Druids Reserves beat Mold Alex 6-2 and the win puts them just 2 points behind the leaders Gresford Athletic but with a game in hand. Their marksmen were ace predator Alex Buxton who fired a treble with Alix Godfrey, Ieauan Jones and James Hill.

Brymbo were toppled 3-2 at home against FC Nomads who netted through Jeff Miller(2) and Kyle Amoss with Nathan Jones and Tom Ellis reducing the arrears.

Castell Alun Colts were beaten 3-1 on home soil against Chirk AAA’s but managed a lone consolation goal through Josh Colclough.

Hawarden Rangers shared four goals and the points with Penycae in a 2-2 draw. Grabbing the Rangers goals were Aurio Gomez Lopez and Mike Waters. This was after Austin Owen had provided Penycae with an early lead from the penalty spot but Alex Rowlands fired an injury time equaliser to salvage a point.

Queens Park had the ‘big-gun’s’ out as they slammed Holywell Town 6-3. Mikey Latham bagged a goal in each half, Tony Jones scored his customary trade mark free-kick after Sean Skimmings had broken the deadlock when the game was one minute old. Cementing the three points were Adam Eygenhuysen and substitute Charlie Jones who notched a splendid solo goal.

Turning to the Reserves and Colts Division, Cefn Albion secured a 2-2 draw with Brickfield Rangers and on target for the hosts were Dion Gibbons and Ben Allen with the visitors responding through Tyler Harvey and Jordan Jones.

Coedpoeth United suffered a 5-0 whitewash against Flint Town United and Lex Glyndwr narrowly went down 2-1 at home against Buckley Town.

Lloyd Roberts grabbed the only goal of the game for Overton in their 1-0 win against Rhostyllen.