Player boss Ricky Evans rolled back the years as LEX Glyndwr strolled to a comfortable 5-1 success against FC Nomads and had his side been a bit more clinical in front of goal, they should have hit double figures. Evans was a real handful for the Nomads defence and after Harry Harrison had broken their deadlock after 10 minutes, Evans weighed in with a well-contrived hat-trick. Danny Wynne pegged a goal back but the lively Liam Sklenar made up the LEX nap hand.

Corwen failed to deliver and they were beaten 2-0 at home against Llanuchwllyn who have now gone joint top. Netting their goals were Gwydion Ifan and substitute Owain Williams.

Penycae fought out a thrilling 1-1 draw with Llay Welfare. Austin Owen fluffed an early penalty chance for the hosts but atoned by getting their opening goal. Llay improved as the game progressed and deservedly hit back though a 78th minute penalty converted by Matty Worrall after a foul on Jack Edwards.

In Division One. Maesgwyn have opened up a 5 point gap at the top after securing a 3-1 success at Johnstown. On target were Richard Jones, Tyler Harvey and Darren Jones. Responding for the hosts was Ryan Masterton.

In the local derby between Rhos Aelwyd and Llangollen, it is Llan who have the bragging rights after nicking 2-1 verdict. Their goals came from Ben Wilson who scored with a stunning strike from distance and Sam Gostage whose goal proved so decisive after Josh Jones had hit back for Rhos.

Overton are going great guns, they beat visitors Acrefair 4-1 and their marksmen were Mark Mathews, Josh Bettley, Owen Ward and Lewis Everson. Kyle Jones netted a lone consolation goal for ‘Accy.

Elsewhere Mynydd Isa Spartans walloped hapless Point of Ayr 13-1. Amongst their scorers were Nathan Jones with a treble, Adrian Davies(2), Liam Doran, Liam Bowen(2), Mark Atkinson, Tommy Leonard, Darren Jones(2) and Cody Silvester.

Rhydymwyn shared six goals and the points with New Brighton Villa. Adam Davies and Russ Sumner(2) grabbed the Rhyd goals with Sam Wainwright(2) and Rhys Peers hitting back.

In the Reserves Division, Chirk beat Corwen 3-1, on target were Will Newell, Jordan Owen and Taylor Davies.

Aron North replied for Mold in their 4-1 reversal against FC Nomads who were on target through Mitch Williams(2), Jake King and Scott Nelson.

Leon Whiteley was star of the show for Saltney as they demolished Hawarden Rangers 6-1, making up their tally were Scott Gibbons and an own goal.

Brymbo narrowly went down 3-2 at home against Cefn Albion whose marksmen were Ben Allen(2) and Callum Mannion.

Overnight leaders Saltney Town came down to earth with a bump losing 3-1 at Hawarden Rangers who netted through Henry Carver and Terry Nicholls who bagged a goal in each half after Sean Hughes had levelled for Saltney.

After a dismal start to their campaign, Chirk AAA’s reminded everyone of their true credentials by whitewashing Coedpoeth 12-0. Jake Ellison and Lois Middlehurst grabbed a hat-trick apiece and making up their tally were Mike Taylor, Nathan Lavender, Matty Woods, Matty Thompson and Joe Roberts(2)

Brickfield Rangers are up and running at last and they secured a 5-3 success at Cefn Albion. It was an impressive first half performance from ‘Bricky mixed with some poor Cefn defending resulted in the visitors netting 4 goals through Dale Davies and Sam Molyneux. Cefn did respond through Jimmy Jones and Alex Williams who grabbed a double salvo but making up Brickfield’s nap hand was Nathan Jones.

Mold Alex clinched a narrow 4-3 victory at Rhostyllen who netted through Lewis Clamp, Steve Jones and Keiron Taylor.

In Division One, Castell Alun flopped to a 5-1 reversal against Brymbo went nap through hat-trick hero Ben Kearney, Azzy Davies and Jamie Cummings. The Colts reduced the arrears through Owen Williams.

Cefn Mawr Rangers defeated Penley 4-3 with strikes from Josh Foulkes(2), John Jones and Ben Duffy with Robe Ward replying.

The Reserves league leaders were give a footballing lesson by a very youthful Cefn Druids side who had man of the match Josh Jones converting a hat-trick after Andy Vale had opened their account. Gresford’s response came from Darren Jones and Will Roberts.

Meilir Thomas grabbed 4 goals as Ruthin Town thrashed Castell Alun Reserves 11-0. Making up the rout were Will Owen(2), Rhys Rowlands(2),Olly Derosa, Tom Jones and Tom Sharples.

In the Colts league, Holywell Town defeated New Brighton 6-0 with strikes from Ryan Edge with a treble, Owen Davies, Josh Robinson and Kyle Jones.

Ruthin Colts edged home 3-1 against Mynydd Isa courtesy of a efforts from Alun Vaughan-Evans

Maesgwyn were beaten 3-1 on home soil by Overton.