The weather totally decimated local football at the weekend with only one Welsh National League Premier Division game and two in Division One getting the green light.

What an amazing spell Saltney Town are enjoying at the moment. After losing 4 of their opening 7 games they really have transformed their campaign and with a splendid 4-1 success at Llanuwchllyn they sit just one point off the leaders Brickfield Rangers. They bossed the opening half and took control through Ryan Farrell who weighed in with a double salvo. Just minutes after the break, Farrell completed his hat-trick and when Tom Bailey made it 4-0 shortly after, the hosts really were on the rack but they did conjure up a consolation goal secured by Sam Evans on the hour mark.

In Division One, Rhos Aelwyd have moved into second spot after sending their hosts Rhydymwyn crashing to a 6-2 to defeat and the win really does enhance their promotion chances. Ace predator Jamie Rogers scored a hat-trick, Jake Simm struck twice and James Haynes cemented their success.

In the days only other action, Castell Alun came good at last. New signing Dave Ward converted a hat-trick, man of the match Josh Price bagged himself a brace with centre back Jack Carden grabbing a rare goal.

The big talking point over the weekend was the confirmation that Acrefair have withdrawn their membership from Division One.