The hardy souls who braved the arctic conditions at Cae-Y-Castell were treated to a dominant display by the Silkmen as they ran out 3-0 winners.
Denbigh travelled to the Hollingsworth Group Stadium on a bitterly cold afternoon for this top of the table clash. Airbus stood in second place prior to the start, seven points ahead of sixth place Denbigh, but Denbigh had five games in hand.
Having been beaten 3-2 by the Lilywhites at Cae-Y-Castell earlier in the season, Flint once again lost by the odd goal in the return fixture.
Denbigh Town 5 - 1 Holyhead Hotspur
Flint's wretched home form continued as they slumped to a 3-0 defeat by Airbus, who kept their faint title hopes alive with this win.
Town take the points.
Holywell Town fired 8 past Queens Park in a convincing victory at a cold Halkyn Road.
The old footballing cliche of a game of two halves was surely never more aptly applied than to this game.
Denbigh Town 1 - 2 Flint Town Utd
Penrhyncoch 0 - 1 Denbigh Town
In a complete contrast to last week's high tempo display at Airbus, a strangely subdued performance by Flint saw them slump to a disappointing defeat.
Ruthin complete a league double over the lilywhites
In a game in which they could have conceivably been three down after 10 minutes, Flint may rue the fact they couldn't close the game out against 10 men
The Wellmen move back up to second after a dominant display against Gresford Athletic.
Showing the type of grit and determination that is the hallmark of champions, Caernarfon overcame the setback of being reduced to 10 men
A tough day for the first team
A performance full of energy and tempo was justly rewarded with an emphatic win over Penrhyncoch.
Llandudno Junction 1 - 6 Denbigh Town
Wellmen fire 5 past inform Ruthin Town to remain in second place.
A narrow win for another 3 points
Denbigh Town 3 - 3 Caernarfon Town
Flint made an encouraging start to 2018 with a comfortable 4-0 win over Queens Park, who gamely kept battling on until the end.
The Wellmen return home from Holyhead Hotspur with all 3 points after a great 1-0 win courtesy of Steve Thomas' 55th minute goal.
The Wellmen fall to defeat in last game of 2017l
A day to remember at Memorial Fields
The Wellmen pick up all three points in Boxing Day derby match.
The final scoreline may have slightly flattered Holywell, but make no mistake they were worthy winners of this Boxing Day derby.
Ruthin Town 3 Denbigh Town 1
Rhyl 3-5 Denbigh Town
DESPITE CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT STILL NO REWARD
Wellmen fire 4 goals for second time in a week to seal another great victory.
The Wellmen return from the Hollingsworth Group Stadium with all 3 points after a deserved victory
Denbigh Town 3 - 2 Caersws
Niall McGuinness's game first game in charge didn't quite turn out as he would have wished, as Flint continued their losing streak.
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.
Campbell Harrison returns to CAL
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