There was scant action yet again at the weekend and with just over a month to when the season normally ends, we have over 400 fixtures still to contest and there are several clubs who are not even 50% through their league schedule.

Only 4 games in total survived the weather and two of those only managed to go ahead after being contested on 3G surfaces at Bala Town and Cefn Druids.

Penycae switched their game to the Rock but sadly came a cropper with manager Ian Andrews openly admitting they were beaten by a better side in Llanuwchllyn stating “We were second best at times and our visitors thoroughly deserved their 4-0 success”. On target for the winners were Sam Evans, Gwidian Ifan(2) and Gwynant Rowlands.

In the semi-final of the Reserves League Cup, only some sterling work by ground-staff at Holyhead Road enabled Chirk AAA’s to be able to face neighbours Cefn Druids. Many would argue such good work was all in vein as with 15 minutes gone the game looked it looked over as a contest as Druids raced into a 4-0 lead. Chirk steadied the ship and pegged goals back through Calib Davies and Tom Roberts but Druids made their place on the final safe winning 5-2 and making up their nap hand were Matt Pritchard and Josh Jones and Lewis George who notched two goals apiece.

Corwen face Castell Alun at Bala Town’s Maes Tegid ground and despite Kevin Valentine put the Colts 2-0 up, the second goal being from the penalty spot, Corwen won quite convincingly 8-2 in the end and their marksmen were Kian Harrison, Scott Evans and Joe Evans with two goals apiece, an og and Andrew Roberts.

FC Nomads were worthy 3-1 winners at Gresford Athletic and they netted through an own goal, Mitch Williams and Kyle Amoss. Getting a late reply for Gresford though with the best goal of the game was Gareth Williams.