In total 41 goals were scored on Saturday. In the Premier Division Machno United continued where they left off last Saturday with a 4-1 win at Abergele. Callun Parry netted twice for Machno with Owain Jones and Luke Roberts adding the other two goals. Joel Thomas scored Abergele solitary goal. A close match was fought at Llanfairfechan where visitors Bro Cernyw went down to a solitary Ryan Dodd goal in the 26th minute. Old Colwyn lost their 6th match of the season in a close encounter with Cerrigydrudion who recorded their first win of the season. The score ended up 3-2 in favour of Cerrig. Ryan Watson scored twice for Colwyn and John Kerry, Tirion Griffiths making it 2 goals each but Dafydd Baldry netted the winner in the 88th minute. Llandudno Athletic continued their winning streak with a 4-1 victory over Rhuddlan Town. Nathan Williams scored twice for Athletic with Craig and Joe Roberts adding the other two goals. Jordan Bellham scored the Towns solitary goal. It was sweet revenge for Athletic after loosing 3-0 to Rhuddlan in last seasons final..In Division One Betws-y-Coed had a goaless draw at home with Rhuddlan Town Reserves whilst Henllan recorded a 7-1 win over Llanfairfechan Town Reserves. Henllan scorers were Kieran Kendrick twice, Morgan Jones twice and solitary goals from Steffan Tomos, David Wilkins and Lloyd Hubbard made seven. Aaron Davies was Fechans solitary scorer. Llanelwy hit nine goals past a depleted Llysfaen without reply. Man of the match was James Burke who showed his experience by scoring five goals. Ashley Hughes netted twice with Daniel Price and Frankie Hennigan also on the score sheet. Rhos United recorded their fourth win of the season scoring four goals past St.Asaph City Reserves without reply. On target for United were Josh Morris, Phemmy Allison and Si Owen, the fourth goal was was recorded as an own goal. In the final match newcomers Penrhyn Bay Dragons were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Y Glannau., Scott Kearney and Jake Carey scored Dragons goals and Dan Gallagher and Alan Hall for Y Glannau. The Dragons were leading 2-1 up to the 90th+3 minute of the match when Y Glannau equalised.
Llandudno Athletic lead the Premier Division table with Llansannan and Abergele three point behind. In the first division newcomers Llanelwy Athletic top the table with Y Glannau in second place one point behind Athletic