Tuesday
Chirk AAAs maintained their fine spell of form with the narrowest of 1-0 wins against Llanuwchllyn and fantastic overhead kick from Nicky Williams that was worthy of winning any match.

Coedpoeth United were leading visitors Cefn Albion 2-1 at one stage but the hosts then capitulated, with Ian Oliver Davies in a different class winning this encounter almost on his own weighing in with a four goal salvo as his side ran out 9-3 winners. Completing the rout were Alex Williams with a treble, Daniel Cox and Callum Mannion. Reducing the deficit were Mykel Woolett, Tom Redman and Mike Taylor.

A single strike from Jack Crompton 10 minutes from time saw Corwen clinch a narrow 1-0 success against a Penycae side who came close to taking a point and overall they had the games best chances.

Wednesday
Penley extended their lead at the top of Division One to 5 points after defeating Johnstown Youth 3-0 with strikes from Mathew Williams and namesake Matty Williams(2).

There was a massive shock in store for Gresford Athletic who look invincible this season but for the second time this month they were defeated 2-1 by Saltney Town whose marksmen were Carl Pleavin and Tom Crimes.

Penycae flopped to a 5-1 reversal against Queens Park who went nap through a Mikey Latham treble, Richard Jones and teenager Charlie Rowley.

Ruthin Town finishes all square at 1-1 against FC Nomads and netting for Ruthin was Sam Griffiths.

Turning to the Reserves and Colts Division, Brickfield Rangers were defeated 5-2 by Coedpoeth United who netted through Nathan Jones, Peter Hope, Jack Pawley and Alan Poole(2).

Cefn Albion chalked up a 5-2 verdict over Llay Welfare courtesy of efforts from Olly Davies(2), Alex Williams(2) and Callum Mannion.

LEX Glyndwr returned to winning ways by defeating hosts Rhos Aelwyd 3-0 and their marksmen were Tommy Johnson(2) and Josh Smith.