The second Saturday of the season brought a total of 67 goals The Premier Division saw a seven goal thriller at Abergele where the home side came out 4-3 winners over Llandudno Athletic and the match recorded three own goals. Bro Cernyw notched up their first win of the season over Old Colwyn recording a four goal to two victory. Llandudno Amateurs put nine goals past Cerrigydrudion with Huw Sadler scoring a lone goal for Cerrig. Llanfairfechan and Machno United shared the points in a 2-2 draw where Iwan Jones of Llanfairfechan and Callum Parry of Machno netting a brace apiece.
Llansannan and Rhuddlan Town shared an eleven goal romp with Llansannan coming off best by seven goals to four with Griff Roberts scoring a hatrick for Sannan. In the First Division Betws-y-Coed lost by eight goals to nil to Y Glannau with Joey Fontain scoring four goals for Y Glannau whilst Denbigh Development also lost eight goals to nil to newcomers Llanelwy Athletic with Frankie Hennigan, Chris McQuillan and Shane Evans scoring a brace apiece. Henllan beat Rhos United three goals to two at Rhos whilst St.Asaoh City Reserves recorded a three goals to one victory over Llanfairfechan Town Reserves and in the final match Llysfaen away to Rhuddlan Town Reserves came home 3-1 winners League positions now see Abergele leading the Premier Division and Llanelwy Athletic topping up Division One. Old Colwyn and Cerrigydrudion are yet to gain a point in the Premier Division and in Division One Rhuddlan Town Reserves, Betws-y-Coed and Denbigh Development are yet to secure points.