TOP MARK UNIFORMS PREMIER CUP
Chirk Town were in gr-eight form as they hammered Lex XI 8-0 in the opening round of the North East Wales League Premier Cup.
Nicky Williams banged in a hat-trick, Tom Freeman a double, Aaron Davies, James Williams and Anthony Jones one apiece.
Dean Hyland’s first-half double, including a penalty, helped Greenfield get past Hawarden Rangers 2-0.
Lewis George, Ben Duffy and Kurt Issac ensured Cefn Mawr Rangers were 3-0 up at half time against Halkyn and Flint Mountain. In the second half, Sam Jones hit back for the hosts, but 3-1 Rangers was how it ended.
New Brighton Villa pipped Mynydd Isa Spartans 2-1, Scott Davies and Lewis Jones giving the Yellers a two-goal interval advantage.
Samuel Riley replied for the Spartans early in the second period, but later missed a penalty.
Dan McGinnis and Barry Torrence (pen) led FC Queen’s Park to a 2-0 success over Coedpoeth United with a goal in each half.
THE TWO COUNTIES CUP
Championship clubs compete in this cup and there was a good 1-0 win for CPD Sychdyn at Caerwys, Nathan Large with the 51st minute decider.
Jordan Jones delivered a double in Penyffordd Lions’ 3-1 triumph at AFC Bagillt.
Richard Lawrence also featured on the away scoresheet, while for the hosts, Thomas Hyndman missed a first-half penalty before making it 1-1 on 52 minutes.
Jake Leonard, Gary McConnell and Will Leonard (2) guided Connah’s Quay Town to a 4-1 beating of Brymbo Lodge, Matthew Harrison on target for the visitors.
Postponed: Ruabon Rovers v FC United of Wrexham (to be played September 25 due to shortage of officials).
THE RESERVE CUP
Just one tie in this one but it was a thriller.
Castell Alun Colts beat Lex XI 2-0 on penalties after the match itself finished 3-3.
Louis Pritchard (2 pens) and Daniel Woosey were Alun’s scorers,
Kacper Wojciech, Joshua Hancock and Callum Parlour kept Lex, who were 2-0 up in the first half, in the hunt.
Postponed: Coedpoeth United v Llay Welfare Colts (to be played September 25 due to shortage of officials).