Gresford dig deep for the 3 points
Late sickener for Bluebirds
Ruthin fail to capitalise on chances
A Flint side missing several players, through injury and unavailability, were a pale shadow of the team that performed so well last week.
With a Jake Eyre brace and a Josh Davies late goal, Denbigh made a strong statement to the league that they are real title contenders against a highly rated Airbus Broughton team
RUTHIN 1 CAERSWS 1
In an all action game which saw 9 bookings (seven for the home side) Rhyl came back from behind twice before grabbing the winner.
Seven star performance
Wellmen pick up good point away at Guilsfield
Holyhead Hotspur 0 Denbigh Town 2
Caernarfon bring run to an end
Denbigh Town 1 - 3 Guilsfield
In what was probably their most complete performance of the season, Flint came away with a thumping win against bottom side Llandudno.
Roberts scores again as Gresford come from behind to keep run going.
Hat-trick hero Jordan MacCarter.
Wellmen return home from Stansty Park with all three points.
Flint tasted their first home league defeat of the season against a Denbigh side that won their sixth consecutive game.
FLINT TOWN UTD 1-3 DENBIGH TOWN
Two goals from Josh Davies saw Denbigh overcome a resilient Penrhyncoch side at Central Park in an entertaining game that could have gone either way.
A dismal day, weather wise, was matched by a similar level of performance by Flint, as Caersws notched up their first league win at home.
Wellmen move to third after hard fought win.
The Wellmen come from behind to take the points at the Flyover.
In contrast to their previous couple of games, where they had plenty of possession but no goals to show for it, this time Flint ruthlessly exploited their chances
Denbigh Town were always looking to extend their recent good form when they welcomed FC Queens Park at Central Park on Wednesday evening.
Town score two late goals to share the spoils against Gresford Athletic.
Great win for the First team
Some clinical finishing by Airbus' in-form Dutch striker Alfons Fosu-Mensah proved to be the deciding factor in this Flintshire derby.
The first team won 8-1 at Queens Park on Saturday.
Wellmen return to winning ways with convincing 3-1 win at home to Caersws.
Flint's unbeaten start to the season was brought to an end at the Oval, courtesy of two first half goals from the hosts
Denbigh travelled to second placed Porthmadog looking to build on a comprehensive 5-1 win over Llandudno Junction.
Ruthin come from 2 behind Twice to snatch a Point.
A last gasp equaliser gave Penrhyncoch a share of the points, although this was their just desserts for frustrating the home side for much of the game
Denbigh faced newly promoted Llandudno Junction at Central Park knowing they had to get three points after suffering two league defeats and a cup loss in their last three games.
Wellmen throw away lead to come home from Ruthin with a point.
Denbigh suffered their heaviest defeat in many a season as they came up against a formidable Caernarfon team.
After the initial opening onslaught from the home side, Flint gradually took control of the game and ran out comfortable winners against a visibly tiring Queens Park
Ruthin clinch win against 10 man Denbigh in 94th minute
This midweek local derby attracted a large crowd to Central Park that saw Ruthin come out victors with the last kick of a feisty game which saw Denbigh controversially reduced to 10 men when Kristian Pierce received a second yellow card.
A spirited comeback by Flint, having trailed 3-1 with 20 minutes left, earned them a draw, but Holywell must be ruing how they let all 3 points slip
Andy Holden's first competitive game in charge resulted in a win for his side, but the victory was marred by a serious looking injury to Ieuan Hewitt.
Denbigh Town had an early 6.30pm kick off at Gresford Athletic on Friday evening and even though the weather was wet and gloomy the match started brightly enough.
The Wellmen fall to defeat against the Wingmakers.
The Wellmen welcomed their closest rivals to Halkyn Road and the match kicked off with both sets of supporters hoping for a great derby game.
The Wellmen fight back to claim point against Rhyl
Denbigh Town 1 - 5 Holywell Town
The opening game of the season saw the Wellmen make the short journey to Central Park to face Denbigh Town.
Campbell Harrison returns to CAL
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