League leaders Queens Park extended their fantastic winning streak to narrowly defeat Welsh Trophy winners Cefn Abion 1-0. The only goal of the game came in the 75th minute when James Gregory got the final touch to a Matty Williams cross.

Title favourites Corwen thrashed Brickfield Rangers 11-1 and it was one way traffic for much of the game, seasoned campaigner Iorweth Jones rolled back the years to weigh in with a 4 goal salvo. Sam Henry weighed in with an opening half hat-trick, Dale Davies struck twice and completing the debacle were Sam Evans and Joe Williams. Netting a lone consolation goal was Andrew Rutter.

Brymbo's title aspirations took a dent and they were held to a 1-1 draw at Chirk AAA. Jamie Cummings gave Brymbo an early lead but Jack Edwards quickly netted for Chirk.

Hawarden Rangers failed to deliver again and they were sunk 2-1 by Mold Alex who shaded this local derby through an own goal and Matty Lewis. Reducing the deficit for Rangers was Danny Wynne.

Rhos Aelwyd shared a 1-1 draw with Llay Welfare who had Matt Worrall cancelling out a James Haynes opener.

Hats off to Plas Madoc, they completed the league and Cup double. They went into the game full pelt with Nicky Williams scoring a 30yard screamer into the back of the net after 15mins but he soon turned hero to villain and was involved in a confrontation and he received a red card in the 22nd min. Lee Price converted a second goal in the 41st minute and Jordan Powell added a 3rd goal with 8 minutes remaining.

In dramatic style Cefn Druids are the new Reserve Division Champions. On Monday morning they were topping the table, but 24 hours later, Chirk Reserves raised more than the odd eyebrow by pulling out despite only having one game left to complete. Their results so far were expunged, the tables recalculated and it was Ruthin who went into this head to head showdown as league leaders. Druids had no reason to worry as they came through this clash with flying colours to win 6-2 to become champions.

In the Colts League, title contenders Holywell Town faltered and were beaten 2-1 by Mynydd Isa who netted through Joe Mitchell and Mike Edwards. Hitting back for the Wellmen was Dylan Garner.

Despite finishing with 9 men, Coedpdoeth recorded a 2-1 win at Cefn Albion thanks to a Josh Jones double. Hitting back was Josh Valentine.