TOWN WIN AGAIN

League leaders Prestatyn Town won their nineteenth game from twenty-one played to open a sixteen-point lead over second placed Caernarfon Town

Bem Maher put Town ahead against visitors Mold Alex after eleven minutes but an Owen Davies goal for Mold had the score level at halftime. Jack Lewis restored the league leaders lead three minutes into the second half with Mike Parker giving them a two-goal advantage on sixty-one minutes. To their credit, Alex got back into the game with a Matt Lewis goal with thirteen minutes only for Maher to add his second of the game in the last minute to give Prestatyn another three points

Caernarfon Town found themselves a goal down after seventeen minutes at Holyhead Hotspur and Hotspur doubled their lead from a controversial Kenleigh Owen penalty after an incident that saw Town’s keeper Alex Ramsey dismissed after thirty minute. A Darren Thomas goal after seventy minutes had ten-man town back in the game bur Robert Llewellyn Jones sealed the points with his first goal for Hotspour ten minutes from time

Third placed Flint Town United led one nil at Ruthin Town thanks to an Andy Brown goal. Jordon McCarter fired Ruthin level after seventy-six minutes and an added-on time penalty from Llyr Morris gave Ruthin the points

Gresford Athletic are up to fourth after a three one home win against bottom club Buckley Town. Owen Roberts finished a good move to put the Attics ahead after five minutes and a Jack Chaloner penalty doubled their advantage before the break and the same player made it three in the second half before Paul Hart scored a late consolation for Buckley.

Porthmadog recent good run came to an end at home to Conwy Borough. Meilir Williams put Porth ahead in the first minute a lead they held until the fifty-eight minute when Lee Davey equalised for Conwy. Tom Morris then Borough the lead and Davey added his second of the game four minutes from time to give Borough three much need points

Holywell Town returned to winning ways with an emphatic four nil win at Denbigh Town. Paul Williams put Holywell ahead after two minutes and they led three nil at the break thanks to goals from Jamie McDaid and Bradley McGilloway with Matt Hurdman netting their fourth in the second half