The race for the Premier Division title really is taking a series of twists and turns and title favourites Corwen for the second weekend in a row made a hash of things going down 2-1 to one of their nearest rivals Brymbo. The visitors had a dream start when Ben Kearney closed the keeper down before retrieving the loose ball and firing home to put them 1-0 up after merely 25 seconds of play. To be fair, opening half was evenly balanced and other than a few half chances both teams cancelled each other out. After the break, Corwen started to get some joy from direct play towards Dale Davies but the Brymbo defence held firm. With Corwen looking for that elusive leveller they were caught on the hop when Ben Kearney went around Dylan Jones in the Corwen goal and was brought down, the keeper was immediately given a straight red card, but Ryan Billington took over in goal and saved The resulting penalty opportunity. Brymbo were not to be denied and soon after Kearney put his side 2-0 up with his 2nd goal of the game following a long clearance from their keeper which he volleyed straight into the bottom corner. In a last throw of the dice, Joe Williams then pounced on a loose ball to reduce the arrears to make it 2-1 but Brymbo held out for a monumental win they deserved.

It is Queens Park however that head the pack but there was a sombre start with the good people of Queens Park turning up in their hundreds to cheer them on. Prior to the match there was an impeccable one minutes silence for their popular supporter Mikey Morgan and family for the loss of young son Rogan Lee who recently passed away just 3 weeks old. A pitch-side collection was made and an amazing £590 for the family was collected. Once the game started the Park played their Rolls Royce football and began moving the ball about from side to side. With the game only three minutes old a long throw by Corey Smart fell to Sean Humphreys who managed to swivel and prod home from close range. Brickfield defended well and Andrew Ruscoe and Adam Hanmer rolling back the years as they came out of retirement to help the Brickfield cause. At the end of the opening half, Corey Smart spotted the keeper off his line and sent over an angled 45 yard looping shot into the top corner. After the break however Bricky capitulated and it became the Mikey Latham show as this much travelled journey man was in 7th heaven as he managed to bag himself an amazing seven goals. All seven had a touch of magic and he is now only two off the leagues top goal scorer. His manager Dave Evans commented that his fifth goal was sheer class, playing a neat one two with Josh Bettley then prodded the ball through the middle of two defenders legs to finish from an angle that even rocket Ronnie O’Sullivan would have been scratching his head at. Cementing the win was Corey Smart with a double salvo.

It was another excellent display by FC Nomads to send their hosts Chirk AAA crashing to a 2-0 defeat but it seems a shame that the winning run has come too late to mount a league challenge. Nomads dominated the first half and should have had the game out of sight rather than the 1-0 half time score thanks to Dan Barlow after fine work from Matty Hill. Barlow proved to be a real thorn in Chirks side and he broke free and was brought down inside the area but when through on goal, the referee waived play on. It mattered little as Dan Sullivan soon doubled the Nomads tally to complete a deserved victory.

At Alyn Park, Mold Alexandra thrashed a lack lustre Llay Welfare and they set the cruise control to win 6-0. It was a truly even opening half with the teams ending in total deadlock. But in the second period, the floodgates opened with Mold hitting the visitors for six and on target with two goals apiece were Danny Warren and Kevin Day before Henry Carver and Tom Burrows completed the whitewash.

Penycae at the right time of the season have moved out of the danger zone and they polished off Rhostyllen 5-1. Making up their nap hand were Kian Jones, Tom Edwards with a brace, an own goal and Ruben Monteiro. Securing a lone consolation goal for the visitors was Olly Allman.

In a typical end of the season affair, Rhos Aelwyd and Llangollen played out a dour goal-less draw but things might have been different had Rhos’s James Haynes not being denied by the post in the dying moments.

Turning to Division One, Johnstown ended their 2019 campaign with a 10-0 whitewash in their own back yard, netting for the winners Rhydymwyn were Scott Nelson with a treble, Anthony Weaver (2), Nathan Mendoza (2), Connor Whelan (2) and Stephen Lee.

In the Colts and Reserves League, title favourites Holywell Town took a tumble and securing 1-0 success for hosts Brymbo was Ryan Cullimore.

Rhys Peers converted a hat-trick and James Beck and Lewis Tudor made up the nap hand of New Brighton as they defeated hosts Cefn Mawr 5-1.

Mynydd Isa shared 6 goals and the points in a 3-3 draw with Cefn Albion. On target were Joe Mitchell (2) and Harry Mitchell. Overton secured a narrow 3-2 success against Rhydymwyn courtesy of efforts from Lewis Williams (2) and Alex Williams. Hitting back for the visitors was Andy Speed who added to an own goal.

It was even-Steven at Rhos Aelwyd who shared a 3-3 draw with Ruthin Town but efforts from Lloyd Marsden, Luke Cahill and Liam Davies were wiped out by Kian Harris (2) and Dion Thomas.