The weather again wreaked havoc at the weekend and only three Premier Division games got the green light.

Cefn Albion ended Llay Welfare’s good spell of results and at the same time increased their run of unbeaten games to 4 themselves. Matty Worral took his tally for the season to 12 goals as he fired Welfare in front in an even and opening half. A determined Cefn side went on to dominate the second half and thanks to two goals from Conner Kendrick, Albion edged the match 2-1.

Hawarden Rangers secured a narrow 1-0 verdict over manager-less FC Nomads. The games only goal came in a wind swept opening half when Dominic Auty created an easy opportunity for Craig Stewart to net on just 9 minutes. Despite Rangers bossing the first 45 minutes, Nomads hung on with Dan Cooper pulling off a string of fine saves. The second half was a more even affair but there was a notable penalty miss by Hawarden’s Henry Carver.

Owen Williams provided Rhostyllen with a 30th minute lead at Mold Alex who were able to draw level through Stuart Hayes but straight from the restart, Matty Williams restored the visitors lead. Mold upped their game in the second half and a double salvo from man of the match Aled Reece earned Mold an eventual 3-2 success.

In Division One, Rhos Aelwyd have moved to within a point of league leaders Brymbo by defeating neighbours Johnstown Youth 4-1. Opening half goals from James Haynes and Jamie Rogers gave Rhos the edge and the same pair netted second half goals after Ryan Masterton had given Johnstown a glimmer of hope.

Rhydymwyn were in the doldrums once more, they were given a lesson in finishing by Llangollen Town who produced a splendid 4-1 success. Rhyd started the stronger and opened their account through Matt Gillsannon and led 1-0 at half time. Matt Pleavin set Kevin Day free to square the match around the hour mark. Enter centre stage 18 year old Connor Bligh. He volleyed home an inch perfect Kristian Jones cross then from the restart, Ben Wilson released Bligh who curled in a shot in off the post. To complete his treble he pushed the ball passed the keeper ran round the other side and tapped in for his hat-trick. Manager Gareth Lloyd added “He's a great prospect and just turned 18 only last week. It looked to me like Rhyd should have had a clear penalty just after half time which would have made it 2-0 and possibly killed us. We rode our luck and went on to dominate the last hour and we should have scored a couple more.”

In the Reserves Division, we have new leaders in the shape of Cefn Druids whose excellent all round display earned them a 5-2 success at FC Nomads. Talented teenagers Ben Dawson and Lewis George are maturing like fine wine and they both bagged a brace of goals apiece. Making up their nap hand was Ashley Rowan.

Castell Alun were send crashing to a 4-0 defeat at home against Mold Alexandra who had a hat-trick hero in Danny Warren. Completing their tally was Cal Lavelle.

New signing Joe Evans made a quick impact for his new club Chirk AAA‘s grabbing two goals as his side defeated Queens Park 3-2. Sean Morris completed their tally with Charlie Jones and Harry Gregory replying.

In Reserves and Colts Division, Brickfield Rangers extended their lead at the top to four points after flooring Mynydd Isa Spartans 4-1. Man of the match Scott Swords converted a hat-trick and Phil Carr sealed their success.

Brymbo were sent crashing to a 5-2 defeat at home against Coedpoeth United whose nap hand was conjured up with efforts from Mykel Woolett, Jack Pawley, Oliver Lewis, Levi Coleman and an own goal. The hosts responded through Adam Colley and Leighton Roberts.

Johnstown Youth and Cefn Albion fought out a goal-less draw and in the days only other action, Llay Welfare produced a splendid 4-0 success against Maesgwyn, on target were Dan Richardson(2), Ben Crawford and Kerry Howell.