There were goals galore on Wednesday night where Brickfield Rangers sadly capitulated and were sunk 10-0 by Queens Park leaving manager Dave Evans to lament “What a way to end the season for our lads, the goals flew in both halves and credit to every player who didn't stop running. Corey Smart found himself on the score sheet an impressive four times, as the Park went through the gears, his first was a neat right foot volley from a Sean Humphreys cross, his second was after a good pull back to the penalty spot, his third and fourth were both quality strikes from outside the area. Mikey Latham maintained his quest for the leagues top goal scorer award with a treble. The whitewash was completed with rookie Shane Prince coming off the bench to have an instant impact scoring with a diving header and then bursting through in the closing minutes to drill a great shot passed the keeper. Then Sean Humphreys sealed our success with a a delightful curling shot.

It was all square at Holyhead Road where Chirk AAA’s were held to a 2-2 draw by Rhos Aelwyd. Adam Williams and Jordan Owen netted for the hosts with Aled Robertson and last minute strike by Ryan Jenkins earning the visitors a point.

In the Colts League, early season pacesetters Holywell Town dropped points which could well have cost them the title. They were narrowly defeated by Llay Welfare who were on target through Matty Worrall(2), Kev Hope and keeper Kyle Flowers who scored with a long distance free-kick.

The defeat leaves Penycae in the driving seat after they floored Coedpoeth 3-1 with strikes from Tom Edwards, Kian James and Harry Bowen and all this was after Kurt Griffiths had given the visitors an early lead.

Simon Williams clinched a hat-trick for Llangollen who were outmuscled by hosts Cefn Albion Reserves who netted through hat-trick hero Cain Williams, Tom Miller(2), Jack Edwards and Jay Bluck.

Mynydd Isa secured a narrow 3-2 success against Cefn Mawr and their marksmen were Joe Mitchell, Harry Mitchell and Joe Robbins.

Earlier in the week, the race for the Premier Division title took another amazing twist when one of the title favourites Brymbo lost ground by faltering 3-1 on homesoil against FC Nomads. The visitors took the lead on just 8 minutes when Matty Reece broke the deadlock. Brymbo were on the ropes again when Danny Sullivam doubled their tally midway through the opening half. Jack Ford gave Brymbo cause for optimism pegging a goal back in the 53rd minute but chasing a leveller, they were hit on the break and Lee Reynolds added a 3rd Nomads goal 3 minutes from time.

Corwen leapfrogged back into second spot, 4 points behind the leaders but with 3 games in hand after beating Llay Welfare 3-1. There was not a lot to choose between the two sides after the opening half which ended in deadlock. Corwen eventually got off the mark with Ryan Billington heading in from a corner, they upped the tempo and a powerful shot from Sam Henry gave Llay keeper Kyle Flowers no chance. Henry then turned provider setting up Dale Davies on a plate to make it 3-0 but Llay were not to be denied when Jared Taylor snatched a last gasp consolation goal but there was even more drama when Llay were awarded a 94th minute penalty but stand in keeper saved it from George Finlay.

Rhostyllen floored Cefn Albion 3-1 and their marksmen were Lee McBurney who opened their account with stunning drive, they then went 2-0 up by half time through Steve Jones despite Callum Taylor reducing the arrears, Mark Williams added a 3rd goal for Rhostyllen.