Wednesday
The curtain has finally come down on Brickfield Rangers season and they signed off in style with a narrow 3-2 success at last seasons champions FC Nomads. Ryan McClearly corner was bundled in by Callum Hmphreys but on the stroke of half time Sam Buckley levelled for Nomads. Sam Molyneux restored the Brickfield lead and on the hour mark, Danny Holland rifled home a 3rd goal. Brickfield then conceded an own goal but were able to hold out for three points

A solitary strike from Warren Kelly earned Saltney Town a narrow 1-0 win against Hawarden Rangers.

It is going to be difficult now for Rhostyllen to get out of Division One and they were held to a 3-3 draw by Castell Alun who let slip a 3-1 lead carved out by Owen Williams and Josh Price(2). Their hosts were on target through Mark Williams, Steve Jones and an OG

Strikes from Lloyd Marsden, Jamie Rogers and James Haynes enabled Rhos Aelwyd to topple Johnstown Youth 3-1.

In the Reserves Division, Cefn Druids moved closer to securing the title with a 5-3 win at Brymbo. Making up their nap hand were Jordan Williams, Josh Jones and Lewis George who both bagged two goals apiece. Hitting back for the hosts were Kenny Davies(2) and Josh Jones.

Chirk AAA’s hit back through Ryan Lightwood in their 2-1 reversal against Corwen.

Ruthin Town wrecked any chance Gresford Athletic had of becoming champions as they sent Gresford crashing 3-1 with goals from Sam Jones, Will Owen and Tom Dyer.

Tuesday
Brymbo completed their campaign with a 5-2 defeat at home against Llanuwchllyn who could well be on course for the runners up spot. Making up their nap hand were Warren Duckett and Gwidian Ifan with two goals apiece and Joe Evans. Hitting back for Brymbo with both goals was Donal McKenna.

A weakened Cefn Albion side went down 3-1 at home against Corwen but managed a lone consolation goal thanks to a Sean Jones penalty.

A crowd in excess of 200 witnessed LEX Glyndwr enhance their promotion chances to the Premier Division with riveting 4-1 win which puts them in the title frame knowing wins against Acrefair and New Brighton will see them being declared champions. They had a goal disallowed for offside after just 2 minutes to set the Penley alarm bells ringing and in a whirlwind opening half, they netted four goals. Alan Huxley opened their account with a wonderful looping header, Josh Phillips hit a 25 yard screamer into the top left corner and Penley were on the ropes after Matty Harrison and Richie Smullen added to the LEX account. The hosts did manage to just shut up shop and restricted Penley to just the one goal which was a penalty from Rob Ward.

Rhydymwyn were 2-1 down at New Brighton who netted through Dominic Keighley and Ross Sumner but mounting a revival for Rhyd to win 3-2 were Scott Davies, Nick Manning and Adam Davies who grabbed a last gasp winner.

Turning to the Reserves Division, Hawarden Rangers seem on fire and they chalked up a 4-1 win at Mold Alex.

FC Nomads shared a 1-1 draw at home against Saltney Town who had Ashley Lewis netting a 94th minute equaliser after Josh Rimmer had opened the Nomads account on 12 minutes.

Two goals from Jack Pennington enabled Holywell Town to defeat Castell Alun 2-0.

In the lower reaches, in the Reserves and Colts Division, Buckley Town thrashed Rhos Aelwyd 6-0 and on target were Tom Gunson, Greg Chapman, Ryan Dunne, Jordan Hensall, Kal Pierce and Chris Forshaw.