WOW – FC Queens Park have become the new Welsh Premier Division champions without even kicking a ball. There is no doubting their performance at the end of the season was quite immense netting 39 goals without conceding any. When their campaign ended at the end of April winning the title must have been beyond their wildest dreams. Title favourites Corwen had 9 points to play for and needed just 4 points to overtake them and become champions. Out of 9 however they only managed a meagre 3. When it was really time to deliver at Alyn Park against Mold Alex, they made a real hash of things and in front of a crowd of almost 500 they made a hash of things. It really was an even first half with both sides spurning early chances to go ahead, for Corwen, Sam Henry fired wide after running clear and Kevin Day to beat Dylan Jones in the Corwen goa with a close range effort. Rhys Nash did manage to fire Mold into the lead but Joe Williams was able to level. It was all square at the break but the second half belonged to Mold. They took the lead again when the ball fell kindly in the box to Lee Jones who pounced and calmly slotted past Dylan Jones. 3 minutes later Corwen had a chance to get back into the game from the penalty spot But Elliott Quinlan guessed right to save Sam Henry's penalty. Mold extended their lead when fantastic free kick from Iwan Rogers was parried by the keeper only to find Kevin Day whose overhead kick hit the post but then it was bundled over the line by captain Steve Watkins. Corwen were desperately trying to find a way back into the game but without any great pressure on the home goal, Sam Henry had their best chance from a free kick which Quinlan tipped onto the bar. Corwen pulled a goal back when a ball into the box couldn't be gathered by Quinlan and Scott Evans tapped home from close range but it was too little too late. Every cloud has a silver lining as they say and their performances over ten months earned Corwen the runners up spot and with it comes promotion to the Championship North.

Not that victory was critical in the grand scale of things but Rhostyllen’s 3-2 success against Brickfield Rangers saw them leapfrog over Llanuwchllyn and move out of the bottom two. On target were Drew Wickens whose early header separated the sides at the break. A stunning free-kick from Steve Jones and a Lee McBurney strike put them in the driving seat despite Rangers mounting a fightback through Tyler Wilkinson and Andrew Vale.

The Colts League Cup clash at Brymbo between Rhydymwyn and Penycae was incident packed affair with the police called to handle crowd problems where it was alleged a number of Rhydymwyn supporters had brought alcohol into the stadium and there was a flash point at the end of the tie again with an incident involving fans. With their title hopes fading away, Penycae had the satisfaction in knowing their excellent contribution to the game earned them a 6-2 success. On target were Josh Mazarella and Dan McInnes who added to double salvo’s by Austin Owen and Kian Davies who turned from hero to villain getting himself dismissed after receiving a second yellow card. Hitting back for Rhyd were Ross Hughes and Charlie Bradley.

Holywell Town are one win away from the Colts title after an emphatic 4-0 success at Coedpoeth.