Ardal Northern Leagues – Mold Alex and Llanfair United hit the peaks of West and East

Joe Williams (left) reached 20 league goals for the season with his double for Llanuwchllyn at Blaenau. Joe is pictured with manager Riki Wyn Rowlands



Blaenau Amateurs 0 Llanuwchllyn 2

Joe Williams reached 20 league goals for the season with a winning double in Llanuwchllyn’s triumph at Cae Clyd.

Williams struck after 26 minutes and made sure of an away win by completing his brace deep into added time at the end of the match.

Llanuwchllyn are fourth, six points behind table-topping Mold but with two games in hand.

Brickfield Rangers 2 Rhydymwyn 3

A five-goal corker at Clywedog Park ended 3-2 for the boys in blue.

James Beck and Dylan Tyrell both netted inside the first 25 minutes to put Rhyd in command.

However, Aiden Fox soon replied for the green and whites, making it 2-1 at the interval.

No further goals until the 70th minute, Matty Gilsenan putting the visitors two ahead again before a late response from Andy Vale proved to be only a consolation for the Brickie.

Llandudno Albion 0 St Asaph City 3

The Saints beat Albion for a second week running and pulled further away from bottom side Blaenau as a consequence.

Boosted by their penalties League Cup win at Maesdu Park the previous weekend, Asaph followed up with a cracking league success at the same ground.

Lee Jones, Ellis Blench and Andy Booker (penalty) converted the vital goals for the away team, all in the second half.

Mold Alexandra 4 Denbigh Town 1

Jake Walker put Denbigh in front on the half hour, but Mold stormed back to win 4-1 in the match of the day between the top two sides.

Steve Watkins, Danny Warren (2, 1 pen) and Joe Ormrod scored the all-important goals for Alex.

This match was reported on in much more detail on Grassroots North Wales at the weekend.

Nantlle Vale P Porthmadog P

Postponed due to adverse weather conditions.

Rhostyllen 0 Llay Welfare 2

Jack Edwards and Jack Mountford grabbed the goals which sealed sixth-place Welfare maximum points at Rhostyllen.


Bow Street 1 Dolgellau AA 1

David Edwards plundered a 95th minute equaliser to earn a point for Dolgellau after a Iolo ap Dafydd penalty on 77 had edged Bow Street in front.

Carno 0 Penparcau 4

Mattie Davies (2), Andy Gittins and Liam Lewis combined to bank an emphatic win for Penparcau.

Cefn Albion 1 Rhos Aelwyd 1

Kien Morris put Albion ahead on eight minutes but after 16 he was red-carded.

The 10-man hosts were unable to hold out for the victory, James Rumsey’s 69th minute leveller booking the Aelwyd a share of the points.

Llanfair United 5 Kerry 0

Llanfair are the new leaders after doubles from Josh Astley and Max McLaughlin, plus a Paul Griffiths single, made up a five-goal home success over Kerry.

Astley is now on 39 club goals for the season and 28 for the first team in the league.

Penycae 2 Four Crosses 1

An 83rd minute Joseph Clarke own goal ensured Penycae took maximum spoils at the expense of bottom side Four Crosses.

The visitors were on course for a first win of the season after a 19th minute Ben Simms penalty put them ahead, but Mike Parry brought the Cae level on 73……then came the OG.

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