Only one game survived the beastly weather at the weekend and Buckley Town’s 3-0 success at LEX Glyndwr has then handily placed for a pop at the title. Buckley chief Dan Moore deserves much praise for his sides upturn in fortunes and he had his side firing on cylinders and had it not been for a string of fine saves from LEX keeper Tom Belton the scoreline could have at least double that. They broke the deadlock in the 32nd minute after Aled Bellis played in Josh Jones to separate the sides. On the hour mark, Paul Keenan picked out Luke Blizzard to double their account after a Jake Roberts crossed from the left and James Rumsey out-jumped three defenders to powerfully head home from close range it was game set and match.

Moore reflected “It was a good performance considering we hadn’t played since December 2nd. We were able to pass the ball short in the main due to the excellent quality of the Lex pitch. I thought we were disappointing in the final third overall and probably should have scored more goals but we will take a clean sheet and vital three points.”