The Cefn Albion bubble was well and truly burst, they went down 3-2 at Rhostyllen despite taking an early lead through Connor Kendrick. A superb strike from Matty Williams levelled things. A deft 2nd half header from Mark Williams and a further Matty Williams effort put the game to bed despite Kendrick doubling his tally late on for Cefn.

In the local derby at Wepre Park, Buckley defeated their hosts FC Nomads by a comfortable 4-0 margin. Jake Roberts and Adam Eden carved out a 2-0 half time lead and Aron Williams and Jake Roberts sealed their success with second half efforts.

Coedpoeth United fought out a 1-1 draw with LEX Glyndwr and with a bit more rub of the green would have taken all 3 points after a Luke Hall strikes separated the sides for much of the game but Steffan Evans netted a last gasp equaliser for LEX.

A solitary goal from Ryan Billington enabled Corwen to topple Chirk AAA’s 1-0, he headed home a pin point Scott Evans cross on the half hour mark and the fact Chirk’s Zac Bebbington was the busier of the two keepers tells its own story and he pulled off a breath taking saved from Neil Jones to keep the score down.

Jegs Taylor scored a goal of epic proportions for Llay Welfare as they triumphed 3-1 against Penycae who should have been in front themselves had Elliott Kavanagh not spurned a half chance in front of goal. Penycae hit back but 2 goals on the hour mark from Rhys Lloyd and Tom Wells cemented the win.

Josh Jones bagged four goals and Lewis George wrapped up Cefn Druids 5-0 nap hand to defeat FC Queens Park.

Rhos Aelwyd Reserves defeated Maesgwyn 4-1, on target were Ifan Hughes(2), Dan Roberts and Luke Williams with Daniel Roberts reducing the arrears.


At the back end of the week, Ruthin Town moved to within 4 points of the Reserves League leaders Cefn Druids, a solitary effort from Will Owen earned them a 1-0 success.

Gresford Athletic have moved into 3rd spot by defeating Corwen 2-0, on target were Taylor Williams and Tom Williams.

In the Reserves and Colts Division, Cefn Albion thrashed Brymbo 6-0, man of the match Tom Miller converted a hat-trick and adding to their account were Josh Valentine, Darnell Prescott, and Zac Davies.

Jack Pawley scored a consolation goal for Coedpoeth United in their 7-1 reversal against Rhostyllen who had veteran performer Mark Williams notching a further career hat-trick, sealing their success were Connor Jones, Joe Love and Matt Jones.