Corwen got themselves back in the driving seat for the title with a hard earned 3-0 success in a physical tussle with Penycae whose indiscipline in the eyes of referee Gareth Webb cost them dearly. They finished with 9 men with Mr Webb dismissing Penycae’s Calyn Spencer and Ruben Monteiro and brandishing 5 yellow cards. There was not a lot to choose between the two sides but the visitors were on the ropes after Sam Henry broke the deadlock on the hour mark tapping home a parried shot from the keeper. Dominic Doherty doubled their tally and Joe Williams sealed the win with the final goal at the death with a fine header from a Dale Davies cross.

It is some considerable time since somebody scored 18 goals away from home but that is exactly what Mold Alex achieved whitewashing gallant hosts Brickfield. Mold thought they opened their account for the day when Danny Warren tapped home on 5 mins only to be denied by the marginal offside flag. Mold and Warren weren't to be denied as on 8 minutes they took lead when Warren finished neatly this would set the tone for the rest of the afternoon as Mold were ruthless. Iwan Rogers made it two when a after a fantastic turn fire home from 25 yards. Steve Watkins made it 3-0 heading home from a Rogers corner. Warren completed a first half hat-trick and Kevin Day and Rhys Nash Both grabbed goals to give The Alex a 7-0 half-time lead. Warren was in sensational form and added to his account his second hat-trick of the day. Lee Jones grabbed four second half goals; Rhys Nash completed his hat-trick with Dan Lloyd and Kevin day completing the scoring. There was a heartfelt reaction from Brickfield spokesman Andy Ruscoe who said “The result does not reflect how hard our youngsters actually worked today with many making full debuts but as a club we stand firmly strong and we will continue to stay strong. Results do not define us as a club but heart and passion does which these young lads have in abundance.

Brymbo were back on song, they walloped hosts Llanuwchllyn 7-2. Man of the match Jake Prescott netted 4 of his side’s goals and sharing the rest were Lewis Clarke, Ryan Clarke and Jamie Cummins. Hitting back for the hosts were Iolo Jones and Iwan Jones.

Hawarden Rangers slumped to a 2-1 reversal against Chirk in a game severely affected by Storm Hannah. Like the weather, Chirk started the game strongly with the wind and lashing rain at their backs. It was not until the 23rd minute that Chirk broke the deadlock which led to Jack Edwards rounding Hawarden goalkeeper Mike Adamson and stroking the ball into an empty net. Chirk doubled their lead through a fine finish by Ashton Williams with a deft clip over the advancing Adamson. Chirk continued to push for a third but some safe handling by Adamson ensured the score line remained 2-0 at the break. Hawarden started the second half on the front foot and almost immediately dragged themselves back into the game with a Danny Wynne header. They pushed desperately for an equaliser going close on a number of occasions through Lewis Cunliffe, Craig Stewart and Danny Wynne but Chirk defence and particularly Phil Pearce remained resolute and the visitors took a hard-earned 3 points back to Holyhead Road.

Cefn Albion have found it hard to grind out a result since lifting the FAW Trophy and again they failed to deliver and were held to a 2-2 draw by Llay Welfare who took a 1st half lead through Matty Worrall. Albion turned things around to deservedly take a 2-1 lead through Alex Williams and Jimmy Jones but late on Llay grabbed an equaliser through Lewis Bickerton-Cole to end the game all square.

In torrential conditions Rhostyllen fought out a 2-2 draw with FC Nomads and they trailed 1-0 at the break through an own goal. Nomads extended their grip on the game through Danny Sullivan but they fluffed several guilt edge chances and were made to pay as the hosts finished strong and netted through Kevin Roberts and Drew Wickens to level the match.

Saltney Town hosted Rhos Aelwyd in biblical weather and took a very early lead when a Ste Chiocchi’s free kick was headed in by Danny Burgess. Rhos upped the tempo after the break and managed to level in the 52nd minute by James Haynes and his shot slipped through the keeper’s fingers. Manager Andy Dutton saw fit to make changes and all 3 substitutes Jordan O’Brien, Leon Jones, and young Ryan Barratt would enter the fray. Barratt quickly adapted well to the conditions and he restored the Saltney lead following a Chiocchi cross. Barratt made a further impression beating 3 opponents to enable Paul Johnson to convert an audacious lob from 25 yards. In the dying moments, defender Ben Barratt was given the chance to end his first season at the club with his 1st goal of the campaign to end a record breaking season for the Town.

In the Reserves and Colts league, Holywell Town got back on the winning trail by thrashing New Brighton 6-2 who did manage to reduce the arrears through James Beck and Rhys Pearce.

Coedpoeth United were involved in a six goal thriller with Mynydd Isa and their marksmen were Kurt Griffiths (2) and Alan Poole.

Llangollen Town secured a narrow 3-2 success against Overton courtesy of efforts by Simon Williams, Kristian Jones and Matty Jones. Taking the ‘Os close were Lewis Williams and Chris Bush.

Rhydymwyn completed their home campaign with a 3-0 victory against Rhos Aelwyd and their marksmen were Jack Smallman, Andy Jones and Ryan Cooper.