Queens Park are finishing their campaign like a steam train and their 3-0 success against Penycae has propelled them back to the top of the Premier Division but they have played 4 games more than title favourites Corwen. The win was described by manager Dave Evans as “a work-man-like performance from us as we managed to defeat a Penycae side that looked determined to break up play and slow things down. Today was the highest free-kick count we've had all season and it was pleasing to see that during the staged flash points we didn't rise to the bait and managed to keep a level head. As the half progressed we created a number of clear cut chances. Josh Betteley was at the centre of all of the chances and he had a number of good headers flash just wide but as the half was coming to an end James Gregory popped up with an opportunist strike from a half clearance to drill the ball home to break the deadlock. At half time we were able to introduce Sean Dodd to add some steal to the middle of the field and it gave us a more stable platform to play from. This substitution had an immediate effect and we were able to get the ball down and start to dictate play. Soon after the interval up popped young James Gregory to double his account and unleash his trade mark double back flip in celebration. Corey Smart has carried a knock all week and we were looking for an opportunity to rest him but up he popped to curl a delightful left foot shot into the top corner. Man of the match went to young Adam Roberts who deputised well at right back and he showed what an outstanding talent he is. His energy up and down the line as well as his pin point delivery stood him out today.”

Chirk AAA’s flopped to a dismal 1-0 defeat at home against Brickfield Rangers leaving club spokesman the chance to scoff at the old Alan Hanson adage “You win nothing with Kids” stating the Rangers side were in the main were all in their teens but rose to the occasion. We broke the deadlock around the hour mark when a pass of perfect precision from Tom Williams sent Andy Vale free and he made no mistake from close range. Hats off to our goalkeeper Jay Tyrell who was the smallest man on the park but kept us in the game at times.”

FC Nomads’ spokesman Steve Hughes was thoroughly delighted by his side’s very dominant 4-0 performance at home to Hawarden Rangers. We took control from the off and took an early lead through Charley Robertson and on the half hour mark Matty Pearce then fired into the bottom corner to double our tally. Matty and Kyle Reid then combined to deliver a pin point cross to Dan Barlow who managed to scuffle it over the line with his face to give us a 3 goal cushion at the break. The second half Rangers did in fact up their game but Ryan Davidson ended any hopes of a fight back with a great finish. It was a great result to keep our end of season momentum going.” Rangers chief Mark Evans was honest enough to admit Nomads fared better saying “They imposed their superiority on the game with their midfield three of Kyle Reid, Lee Reynolds and Ryan Davidson having an increasing influence. The second half performance was much better but by then the damage had been done.

Rhos Aelwyd can feel pleased to have taken a point from a 1-1 draw with Mold Alexandra, Danny Warren wiped out a Rhos goal carved out by Tomos Davies.

Cefn Albion appear to have got themselves into a mighty rut and have now lost their last three games leaving club captain Paul Griffiths to bemoan “The opening half was a total disaster and I contributed netting an own goal to make matters worse our hosts went on to take a commanding 4-0 half time lead.” To be fair, it was a dazzling opening half by Saltney and it was as good as the home faithful’s have seen all season. Club spokesman Darren Meredith stated “the late withdrawal of top scorer Rabih Jumaa didn’t affect us, as we hit the ground running firing 2 goals inside the 1st 10 minutes when a great free kick by Danny Burgess deflected off their skippers boot and into the net in the 3rd minute then moments later, Paul Johnson beat the keeper with curling left foot rocket shot into the top corner. Albion failed to deal with a corner and our 3rd goal arrived after the keepers clearance dropped to Shaun Hughes who grabbed the best goal of the game. To round off the scoring in a superb first half showing, Jake Gibbons had Cefn on the canvas with a fine finish, Cefn tightened up in the 2nd half and whilst Saltney did not add to their tally, the visitors did manage a 92nd minute consolation goal from Connor Kendrick.”

Turning to Division One, Plas Madoc completed their campaign with a 100% unbeaten record but they almost came a cropper after Liam Sklenar and Keegan Jakovlev had them bossing the proceedings. They took their foot off the gas and the visitors pulled level through Ross Sumner and Liam Davies but saving their bacon for Plas Madoc was Sklenar with 10 minutes left.

Mynydd Isa Spartans spanked Johnstown 5-0, making up their nap hand were Joe Robbins (2), Ady Davies, Mike Whales and Mark Atkinson who netted a fine solo goal.

Nathan Mendoza and Stephen Lee combined for Rhydymwyn to defeat Coedpoeth United 2-0.

In the Reserves Division, it was a bad day all round for Brickfield Rangers as well as being sunk 4-1 by Queens Park, they had Joe Jarvis stretchered off with a suspected broken leg. Netting for the winners were Harry Gregory and hat-trick hero Sean Humphreys.

A solitary strike by Will Hughes in the 10th minute gave Corwen a narrow 1-0 success against Buckley Town.

In the Reserves and Colts Division, title favourites Holywell Town had their clash with Coedpoeth United called off as the visitors failed to raise a team.

Tom Miller gave Cefn Albion an early lead at Llangollen Town who hit back for a 1-1 draw through Simon Williams who equalised with a close range header.

Penycae remain unbeaten still and they polished off Rhydymwyn 5-2, making up their account were Ruben Montero, Dan McGinnes (2), Ben Richards and Tom Edwards with Charlie Bradley replying.

Ruthin Town spanked Rhos Aelwyd 5-1 with man of the match Owen Cordiner firing another treble, Llion Thomas and Theo Woodford sealed their success.