Brickfield Rangers are the new Welsh National League Premier Division leaders after defeating Mold Alex 3-2. Rangers chief Simon Sedgwick heaped much praise on his side saying “The score-line fails to underline our superiority and this was a terrific Brickfield display. Barry Torrence was awesome on his debut and he thoroughly deserved his hat-trick. The score could have been more convincing had Sam Molyneux not squandered a spot-kick opportunity after Mold had gone 2-0 up through Lee Jones on his debut and Aled Reece.

In the match of the day at Holyhead Road, Chirk AAA’s were back on song defeating overnight leaders Llanuwchllyn 3-1. Man of the match veteran performer Chris Bennion rolled back the years and orchestrated the success from midfield. It was a vastly improved performance with Louis Middlehurst(2) and Nathan Jones completing their tally. An added bonus for Chirk was the fact Joe Roberts came on as a late substitute and looked sharp.

Coedpoeth United were sunk out of sight and were hammered 7-1 at Corwen, Ryan Billington broke the deadlock early on and after Tommy Mutton doubled their tally the floodgates opened. Tom Williams bagged himself a brace of goals and completing their tally were Andrew Roberts, Scott Evans and Joe Williams. Securing a lone consolation goal was Oliver Lewis.

FC Nomads down and out after Hawarden Rangers bossed the opening half and took a 2-0 interval lead through Craig Stewart and Steve Evans. Leading the fightback was Shaun Tuck who captured a second half treble and making sure of the points was Danny Wynne.

Llay Welfare look as if they have gone off the boil lately and in a seven goal thriller at the Ring, they were second best against visitors Cefn Albion in a real at The Ring. Conner Kendrick and Daniel Cox gave Albion a 2-1 half time lead. Llay had hit back early in the second half to take a 3-2 lead courtesy of efforts from Tom Wells and a Matty Worrall double but in a grand finale, Alex Williams and Kien Morris turned this game on its head for Cefn to win 4-3.

If it was excitement you were looking for you perhaps you should have been watching Saltney Town and Penycae who are sadly failed yet again to hang on to a commanding lead. Even down to Penycae down to 10 men they still looked as if a win was on the cards. They led 3-2 with efforts from Mike Parry and Austin Owen with a double salvo. Even after Saltney took control through Jamie Price, an OG, Rhys Cooper and Paul Johnson, Penycae levelled the game at 4-4 through Adam Yeap but they ran out of steam and Saltney won 6-4 with additional efforts from Rhys Cooper and Ryan Farrell.

Division One League leaders Brymbo continue to look invincible and they polished off Overton 7-0. Completing the whitewash were Zac Clarke, Billy New, an og, Lewis Edwards and man of the match Jamie Cummings who weighed in with a hat-trick but also missed a penalty.

Cefn Mawr Rangers chalked up a 3-1 success against Rhydymwyn, on target were Luke Bowen, Lewis Jones and Ryan Harden with Matt Gilsenan reducing the arrears.

Strikes from Craig Worthington and Mike Whales failed to prevent Mynydd Isa Spartans faltering 3-2 at home against Maesgwyn who hit back through Adam Roberts, Adam Harvey and Steven Rees to take maximum points.

New Brighton Villa trailed to a 60th minute goal scored by Castell Alun’s Stuart Williams and late strikes from Kris Turner and Jordan Donnington saved their blushes.

In the Reserves Division, it is still Ruthin Town that heads the pack after they defeated Chirk AAA’s 3-2 with their goals coming from Tom Jones(2) and a Tom Dyer penalty which proved decisive.

Hot on their tails are Cefn Druids who floored FC Nomads 3-2 with strikes from Paddy Lucas, Lewis George and Sam Jones who has now notched in his last 3 outings. Nomads scorers were Jon Grossman and Connor Whelan.

Hawarden Rangers suffered a 6-0 whitewash at home against Buckley Town whose marksmen were Jordan Hensall, Lewis Reid, Chris Forshaw (2), Luke Wooley and Tom Gunson.

Queens Park narrowly defeated Castell Alun 3-2 who hit back with a Kev Valentine double.

The Reserves and Colts game between Coedpoeth United and New Brighton Villa failed to go ahead with no referee available.

Dan Richardson deserves all the credit for Llay Welfares 7-5 success at Overton scoring 5 of his sides goals in a 7-5 victory, completing their tally were Jay Robertson and Jake Kelsall. The hosts had hit back through Geraint Jones, Joe Bowen(2), Taylor Roberts and Eddie Roberts.

The Ruthin Town clash with Holywell Town finished all square at 1-1 with Llion Thomas grabbing the Ruthin goal.