Queens Park signed off their final home game of the campaign in fine style with an emphatic 4-1 success against existing champions FC Nomads. An excellent solo goal of sheer class from Mikey Latham got them on their way and by the break they had taken total control. A second goal of the game was crucial with Danny Myers heading home from close range and Barry Torrence gave them that three goal cushion by the break. Sean Skimmings who was real handful in the opening half received a 2nd yellow card on the hour mark and was dismissed which allowed Nomads to make more of an impression and they pegged goal back through Sean Killganon. The Park upped the tempo again and Richard Jones bagged a 4th goal late on. The wins means they need just one more win to be declared champions and that is based on Llanuwchllyn having to win all six remaining games.

Brickfield Rangers concluded their season on home soil by defeating Corwen 2-1. ‘Brickie boss Simon Sedgwick added “Rest assured this game was not as close as the score suggests and our football at times was quite sublime. Dale Davies grabbed our opening goal against his former club and only the post and the cross bar denied Sam Molyneux and captain Steve Watkin. We took our foot off the pedal at times in the second half and let Corwen back in it through Iorweth Jones after Terry McCormack could only palm out a shot from Ryan Jones but saving our blushes was Sam Molyneux who got the winning goal with 6 minutes left following good work by Ryan McCleary.

Cefn Albion looked on their way to three points when they carved out an interval lead through Andrew Jones. There was a significant flash point mid way through the second half when Cefn skipper Paul Griffiths suffered a nasty injury from a late challenge and from the resulting melee, Nic Jones was given a red card for retaliation and taking retribution into his own hands. With ten men and with an injured Griffiths, Saltney completed the come back with strikes from Paul Johnson and Jake Gibbons.

“It was an all round terrific team performance was how best to describe the Hawarden Rangers 7-1 whipping of Brymbo” described club assistant manager Dave Sweet, adding “We looked to play throughout and the lads were told to go and express themselves. Danny Barlow helped himself to his second hat-trick in as many weeks and he was supported by Elliott Slade, Dom Auty, Henry Carver and Sean Williams. Reducing the deficit with a consolation goal was Keiron Taylor.

Llanuwchllyn proved worthy 4-1 winners against Llay Welfare and were on target through Gwidion Ifan(2), Adam Galdo and Gwynant Rowland with George Finlay reducing the arrears.

In the top action in Division One, Rhos Aelwyd came close to causing a stir and took visitors LEX Glyndwr to the wire in an epic league cup semi-final tie. In fact it was only an heroic display in the LEX goal by Tom Belton which kept the teams level pulling off two breath taking saves from James Haynes. LEX dug deep and managed to grab an 85th minute winning goal from Matty Harrison.

Meeting LEX in the final will be Rhostyllen who needed extra time to see off hosts Castell Alun who were in this game for large parts and ended the 90 minutes all square at 2-2. Their visitors had the edge though and they went nap to win 5-3 in the end with strikes from Ash Ryan, Nial Rooney(2), Martin Williams and Drew Wickens. A further response from Owen Williams came too little too late.

In the Reserves Division Leage Cup, Gresford Athletic got back on the winning trail and accounted for Chirk AAA’s 3-0 and meeting them in the final will be Ruthin Town who defeated cup favourites Cefn Druids 1-0.

Turning to the Reserves Division, Corwen secured a 1-0 win over FC Nomads with Owain Ap Gareth grabbing the only goal of the game.

Penycae came good to account for Castell Alun 6-2 and their marksmen were Callum Williams(2), Austin Owen(2), Alex Rowlands and Tom Miller with the Colts hitting back through Jack Lewis and Taylor Williams who grabbed his first goal for the club.

The game between Saltney Town and Brymbo had to be called off due to a Brymbo player shortage.

The Reserves and Colts Division champions Flint Town United are just one game away from going all season undefeated and the beat hosts Llay Welfare 4-0.

Coedpoeth United had a much welcomed 3-1 success against Ruthin Town and on target were Peter Hope, Scott Davies and Oliver Lewis.

Lex Glyndwr suffered an 11-2 mauling at home against Rhostyllen who almost scored at will through Ryan Austin who secured a four goal salvo, Richard Williams converted a hat-trick and completing the spree were Alex Williams and Gavin Williams.

Overton signed off their campaign with the wooden spoon after being floored 5-0 by runners up Buckley Town who went nap through hat-trick hero Tom Gunson, Tom Boulton and Kal Pierce.