The clash between FC Nomads and Queens Park lived up to its top billing with The Park securing a comfortable 4-1 victory. Breaking the deadlock early on was Sean Skimmings with the game just 11 minutes old and it stayed that way for the remainder of the opening half. Enter centre stage Barry Torrence who was unstoppable at times and he converted a sublime second half hat-trick. Nomads did manage to snatch an 80th minute response from Danny Wynne. The win of course means Queens Park finished 8 points clear of the runners up which is a remarkable achievement.

Hawarden Rangers slipped up on home soil as they went down 3-1 against a depleted Chirk AAA’s side who opened their account through Rangers old boy Mike Woodward and sealed their win with second half strikes from Andy Pryde and Adam Williams. Rangers were able to reduce the arrears through Adam Renshaw.

Llanuwchllyn have not given up the ghost and still stand a chance of finishing as joint runners up, what is likely to let them down of securing second spot however is their inferior goals tally to Brickfield Rangers. They did what was asked of them and they polished off Overton 4-1. Dylan Jones opened their account after just 2 minutes and then man of the match Gwidion Ifan bagged himself a brace netting a goal in each half with Warren Duckett cementing their success.

Coedpoeth are left expecting that the point achieved at Cefn Albion in midweek should be sufficient to stave off relegation as they flopped to a 3-0 reversal against Corwen whose marksmen were Will Jones, Ryan Billington and Iorweth Jones.

There was a carnival atmosphere at Stansty Park where LEX Glyndwr were presented with their League Championship Trophy by league chairman Mark Hack after securing a 3-1 success against New Brighton Villa. Just a close range header from Alan Huxley separated the sides and the visitors got back on level terms on the hour mark. LEX regained their composer and went 2-1 ahead almost from the restart through Dylan Jones from a cross by Steve Evans and putting the game to bed on 70 minutes was Aled Powell.

Almost in true Tortoise and the Hare fashion it all came good for Rhostyllen who broke the hearts of the leagues pacesetters Penley by securing the runners up spot. They needed maximum points from their last game of the season and they came up trumps demolishing Llangollen Town 5-1. Making up their nap hand were Steve Jones, Nial Rooney, Lewis Clamp, Mark Williams and Robbie Gibson with Llan grabbing a lone consolation goal through Ben Reeley.

Castell Alun were sunk 5-2 by Rhos Aelwyd who were on target through James Haynes, Ryan Jenkins and man of the match Jamie Rogers who converted a hat-trick. Reducing the arrears were Josh Price and Mike Marsden.

The Reserves Division title race is likely to go down to the wire after Cefn Druids dropped two points in a goal-less draw at Saltney Town.

Brymbo were defeated 5-1 by Gresford Athletic who have an outside chance of finishing top, making up their nap hand were Jonny Collo with a goal in each half, Cav Davies, Tom Williams and Sean Williams. Reducing the arrears and levelling at one stage was Charlie Roberts.

Chirk AAA’s chalked up a 3-1 success against Mold Alexandra and netted through Sean Morris, Ryan Lightwood and Connor Redmond.

A solitary strike from Harry Pooler enabled Corwen to topple a very young Queens Park side 1-0.

In the Reserves and Colts League Cup which was at its semi-final stages, Flint Town United booked their passage into the final despite the game ending all square at 1-1 at 90 mins and after extra time against Brickfield Ranhgers. Flint had earlier netted through Marc Gunther prior to going on to win the penalty show down.