Brickfield Rangers clawed their way back to the top of the Premier Division on Tuesday night with a 4-2 success against Hawarden Rangers. They started like a steam train and went 4-0 up with 28 minutes gone. A bullet header from Steve Watkin broke the deadlock, Dale Davies doubled their tally and from the restart, a further header from Callum Humphries had the their visitors on the ropes. It looked game over when Barry Torrence added a the goal but to their credit, Rangers replied through Mike Adamson and Dom Auty.

After receiving 2 yellow cards early on, Llay Welfares John Rhys Edwards got his marching orders as they went down 2-1 at Buckley who netted through Jack Roberts and Ken Moore. Replying at one stage was Jared Taylor.

Games between Rhostyllen and FC Nomads and Coedpoeth and Mold Alex were washed out.

The top two teams in Division One came through unscathed, Brymbo won 3-0 at Rhydymwyn and despite it not being vintage Rhos Aelwyd, they still managed to chalk up a 5-2 victory over Mynydd Isa Spartans. Making up their nap hand were Aled Parry, Tom Davies, Aled Robertson and Jamie Rogers with a double salvo. Hitting back were Corey Sylvester and Joe Mitchell.

There was a six goal thriller between Johnstown and Cefn Mawr which ended at 3-3, netting for the hosts were Jason Williams(2) and Ryan Masterton.

There was plenty of action in the lower reaches of the Welsh National League and in the Reserves Division local derby at the Globe, Buckley Town narrowly defeated FC Nomads 2-1 with Joe Trueman and Kal Pierce getting their goals

Chirk AAAs trailed 3-1 at one stage against Mold Alex but they turned things on its head to win 4-3 with efforts from Sam Nash, Jordan Owen and Matty Woods.

Goals from Kai Davies and Harvey Davies earned Ruthin Town a 2-1 victory at Hawarden Rangers who had hit back through Dan Roberts.

In the Reserves and Colts Division, the top match involved the leading sides Rhos Aelwyd and Brickfield Rangers and it was Rangers who triumphed 3-1 with strikes from Matt Wareham(2) and Phil Carr. Reducing the arrears was Dan Roberts.

Rhostyllen stay top, now 8 points clear of 3rd placed Rhos, they narrowly shaded their encounter with Overton 4-3 and their marksmen were Robbie Gibson, Jamie Richards, Kev Roberts and Mark Williams.

Luke Hall netted for Coedpoeth United in their 1-1 draw with Ruthin Town who equalised through an OG.

Llay Welfare shared a 2-2 draw with Johnstown Youth who were on target through Joe Roberts and Chris Owen with Dewi Reeves and Iauan Jones responding.

Maesgwyn were involved in a ten goal thrilling sharing the spoils 5-5, Dan Griffin was the star of the show converting a hat-trick for Brymbo and making up their nap hand were Adam Colley and Ryan Cullimore. Maesgwyn’s contribution was achieved trough Dan Roberts(2), Martin Powell, Dan Bevan and Anthony Goodwin.

Richie Pierce netted for New Brighton Villa in their 1-1 draw with Mynydd Isa Spartans who replied through Joe Mitchell.