In the local derby at The Globe, FC Nomads secured a narrow 1-0 win Buckley Town. The only goal of the game was a penalty converted by Jack Abrahams.

Llanuwchllyn remain unbeaten and they chalked up a narrow 2-1 success against Cefn Albion. Joe Evans bagged a goal in each half after Paul Griffiths had reduced the arrears.

Saltney Town secured a 2-1 verdict over Mold Alex courtesy of strikes from Ryan Farrell and Ryan McLeary with Mold hitting back through Danny Warren.

In Division One, there was a humdinger of a clash at Maesgwyn who defeated Overton by the odd goal in eleven, 6-5. Scoring for the winners were Richard Jones(2), Adam Bradshaw, Adam Roberts, Tyler Harvey and Daniel Roberts.

If finished all square at 2-2 between Brymbo and Rhos Aelwyd who were on target through Tom Davies and Josh Jones with Brymbo replying through Billy New and sub James Cummings.

Castell Alun defeated Acrefair 4-2 with strikes from Tom Adams who netted a goal in each half, Dave Spencer and Josh Colclough. Reducing the deficit were Josh Lloyd and Jack Goulbourne.

Rhydymwyn were worthy 6-1 winners at Point of Ayr and making up their nap hand were Sam Davison, Andrew Jones and Matt Gillsennon with 2 goals apiece.

Johnstown Youth opened their season with a handy 3-1 win at Penley thanks to goals from Malcolm Mbako, Dewi Reeves and Richard Jones

Mynydd Isa Spartans shared a 1-1 draw with New Brighton Villa. An own goal put Isa ahead but Jordan Dorrington salvaged a point for Villa.

In the Reserves Division, Corwen raced into a 3-0 lead against Gresford Athletic through Tom Jones and James Evans(2). Gresford upped the tempo to pull off a 4-3 success with efforts from Rhys Lloyd and Joe Williams who grabbed two goals apiece.

Hawarden Rangers ended up all square with Queens Park at 1-1 with Park netting late on through Bennett Williams after Hawarden had taken an interval lead through Danny Beach.

The top clash in the Premier Division saw Brickfield Rangers drop their first points of the season as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Llay Welfare whose response came from Matty Worrall and Luke Cahill. Netting the Bricky goals were Dale Davies and Ross Ankers.

The shock of the night saw Chirk being whitewashed 4-0 at home against Corwen who apparently had 4 shots on goal and scored on each occasion. This was a much better return than Chirk who did not have one shot on target all night.

Hats off to Matty Harrison, he converted a hat-trick as LEX scalped Hawarded Rangers 5-1. Making up their nap hand were Liam Sklenar and Jason Edwards. Joel Dobbins notched the Rangers consolation goal.

Coedpoeth United flopped to a 2-0 defeat against Rhostyllen who had Matty Wills netting both goals.

In the only Division One game, Llangollen Town lost the bragging rights and were defeated 3-2 at home by Cefn Mawr Rangers who netted through Lewis Jones (2) and Josh Foulkes and Llan were level at one stage through a Ben Wilson double.

In the Reserves Division, Dan Roberts scored in each half as Saltney beat FC Nomads 2-1.

Mold Alexandra and Buckley Town shared a 3-3 draw, netting for Mold were Cal Lavelle, Aaron North and Tom Hyndman from the penalty spot with Chris Forshaw(2) and Ryan Dunn responding.