On a wet Saturday afternoon where it was expected that several fixtures would be postponed it transpired that all but one match took place In the Premier Division we saw Bro Cernyw halt Machno United run with a three goal to one win. Dion Lloyd opened the scoring for Machno but second half goals from Llion Morris, Robin Hughes and John Gardener secured a Cernyw win. Llansannan maintained their title challenge with an emphatic away win at Abergele. A stunning hat trick from man of the match Griff Roberts kept Sannan on top of the Premier table.
In Division One Betws-y-Coed recorded their first win of the season with a stunning seven goal to one win over Llysfaen, Ben Wiilliam and Tom Williams scored a brace a piece with other goals coming from (Storm) Callum Jones, Rhys Williams and Jordan Hanks. Dan Spruce scored Llysfaen's consolation goal. Denbigh Development are still looking for their first win of the season as they went down at home to Henllan by three goals to one. Russ Vaughan opened the scoring for the Development but Henllan came back with goals from Dan Williams, Steff Jones and Kieran Kendrick. Llanelwy Athletic carried on their march for the league title with a four goal to one win at Rhuddlan Town Resreves, James Burke and Dan Price scored a brace a piece for Athletic with Macauley Lewis scoring for the reserves. There was an exciting derby match played between St.Asaph City Reserves and Y Glannau. Adam Hall opened the score for Y Glannau in the 27th minute but Ste Flaverly equalised for St.Asaph ten minutes later, Lewis Thomas gave St.Asaph the lead after 55 minutes only for Adam Hall to net his second goal 4 minutes later to equalise for Y Glannau then Andrew Mans gave Y Glannau the lead in the 65th minute. St.Asaph came back in the 72nd minute with a goal by Pat Mehemti but disaster struck St.Asaph two minutes later when they conceded an own goal to give Y Glannau victory by four goals to three.
The only match that fell foul to the weather was between Llanfairfechan Town and Rhuddlan Town