In the only match played in the Premier Division saw Rhyl Athletic beat Machno United by three goals to one. Machno took the lead in the fiftieth minute with a goal by Rhidian Williams but Athletic stormed back in the last 25 minutes with goals from Liam Hardy, Michael Heinz and Josh Brown. The Old Colwyn v Rhyl Rovers was postponed due to building improvements taking place near the ground which was deemed a health & safety risk. In the First Division there was a great fight back by Denbigh Albion with a hat trick from Denbigh's Dan Whitfield but to no avail as opponents Betws-Y-Coed ran out 5-3 winners with goals coming from Llion Morris (2), Samuel Williams (2) and Logan Walsh. Top of the table Cerrigydrudion were held to an exciting 3-3 draw by their much improved visitors Llandudno Athletic. Athletics Nathan Williams opened the score in the 24th minute with Ste Kirk increasing their lead in the 36th minute but Cerrig bounced back with three goals coming from Rob Jon Kimberley 38th and 55th minute and the third In the 89th minute by Thomas Jones but hero of the day was Aaron Jones of Athletic who notched in the equaliser in the last minute of the match. Second in the table Y Glannau were well beaten at home by third place Bro Cernyw who went ahead with three goals by Joe Edwards, Carwyn Davies and James Morris with Richard Peskett replying for Glannau. The fixture between Rhos United and Llysfaen was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. In the Presidents Cup Premier Division Abergele soundly beat St.Asaph City Youth by six goals to one to move forward into the semi-final stage. Gele goals came from Dave Jones (2), Jack Hoult (2), Liam Roberts and Dominic Holland with an own goal being recorded for St.Asaph.