Llay Welfare did themselves a massive favour to hopefully stay clear of the drop zone from the Welsh National League Premier Division and they have George Finlay to thank for grabbing the only goal of the game at Hawarden Rangers.

Llanuwchllyn showed their prowess and picked up a 2-1 success at last seasons champions FC Nomads. They took an interval lead through Sam Evans but when Nomads hit back through Kieran Moore, with time running out, Gwidian Ifan snatched a last gasp winner for the visitors.

Overton can hold their head high, despite narrowly going down 2-1 they put in a credible performance against Corwen who netted through Tomos Williams and Iorweth Jones with Joshua Bettley pulling a goal back for Overton.

Hats off to Penycae and manager Ian Andrews in particular whose impact in the Premier Division has been most impressive and again at the weekend he kept faith in his youth policy and paraded 4 17 year olds and they came good and were good enough in fact to hold Chirk AAAs to a 2-2 draw. They went ahead after 15 minutes through Connor Kendrick but although Chirk turned this game to lead 2-1 through Rob Salsibury who levelled with a long distance effort and Adam Williams with a clever chip, Ben Jones rescued a point for gallant Penycae.

Coedpoeth United are sweating on maintaining their place in the Premier Division and although Brymbo and Overton looked doomed, it could well be the AGM in June before their fate is known. They lost out 2-1 to Saltney Town despite Nathan Jones throwing them a lifeline. Player manager Jake Gibbons and Dylan Edwards grabbed the Saltney goals for them to end their campaign in 8th spot after such a rocky start to the campaign.

A crowd of almost 500 witnessed and epic Division One League Cup Final between champions LEX Glyndwr and league runners up Rhostyllen and the LEX lady luck clearly ran out. Rhostyllen (pictured) were worthy 3-0 winners and created enough chances to have won by a bigger margin. Steve Jones opened their account from the penalty spot after just 10 minutes and doubled their account with a close range header after being picked out with an inch perfect cross by Lewis Clamp and knocking the stuffing out of LEX was Craig Spencer who netted from close range on the half hour mark. To add to the LEX woes, they had Phil Gidley and Craig Griffiths dismissed late on for for dissent and an over zealous challenge.

The Reserves Division title race is turning into a cliff hanger and the champagne had to be put on ice at The Rock where Cefn Druids were polished off 3-1 by Gresford Athletic who have overtaken them and have completed their campaign back on top spot. It is not all over for Druids who know a win at Holywell Town will eventually see them being declared champions. For the game itself, manager Matt Williams enthused a 1st half goal from Rhys Lloyd gave us a half time lead in which we bossed. Druids came back strongly in the second half with the impressive Josh Jones getting them level with a well taken strike. We absorbed a lot of pressure before scoring a second through a Shaun Williams header then the points were wrapped up after a scintillating run from Jon Collo who squared for Tom Williams to tap in from 6 yards to earn a valuable 3 points.

Castell Alun got back to winning ways to defeat Holywell Town 2-1 with first half strikes from Dan Shaw and Liam Hughes.

Corwen went down 1-0 at home against Hawarden Rangers who netted through Aurio Gomez Lopez.

Queens Park thrashed Brymbo 7-1, on target were Keiran Jarvis(2), Ben Williams with a 30 yard strike, Luke Hughes, Corey Smart and Jack Griffiths with a brace.

Wil Owen, Tom Dyer and Tom Mann combined for Ruthin Town to defeat Saltney Town 3-1.

In the Reserves and Colts League, Buckley Town booked themselves a place in the final with a 3-1 win at Cefn Albion. They prospered through Ryan Davies and a Jordan Hensall brace, all after Cefn had taken a first half lead through an own goal.