In a hugely important game for both sides, Llanfair came out on top yesterday afternoon after goals either side of half time sealed a huge 3 points.
Bucks secure a hard earned point against high flying Druids
The Wellmen pick up 3 points against the Seasiders.
Chances were few and far between at a cold and windswept Clappers Lane, as Gresford and Flint fought our a goalless draw.
Two late Paul Griffiths gaols earned a huge three points for Llanfair as they leap frog Mold and Conwy into 12th place.
Buckley Town's win is Taylor made
Flint's outside title hopes suffered a major setback as they lost 2-1 to basement club Rhayader Town.
In a real tale of two halves yesterday, Porthmadog put on a great second half performance to beat Llanfair 6-1 after a close, end-to-end first half.
Denbigh overcame a stubborn Porthmadog with a hard fought 2 0 win with both goals coming in the 2nd half.
Buckley Town recovers from harsh penalty decision to secure a point
On a sticky December pitch, both teams put on a great display but Llanfair failed to find an equaliser in a well attended Christmas fixture.
Denbigh made the short trip to Gresford with manager Gareth Thomas looking for a response from his team.
A crowd of 740 witnessed a convincing display from Flint as they overpowered local rivals Holywell 3-0 to avenge their defeat in the reverse fixture.
Wellmen lose in local derby in front of a strong crowd of 740.
Wellmen produce a five star show to win their final home game of 2015.
Denbigh suffered a heavy defeat at Caernarfon following a poor 2nd half performance.
Denbigh slipped to a narrow defeat at Holywell but how was the game allowed to be played in shocking conditions?
Inspirational Sully shines in the mud
The Wellmen win the battle on a heavy pitch
In a game played on a quagmire of a pitch, Flint outplayed their opponents but ended up losing 2-1 and finishing the game with nine men.
Denbigh suffered a heavy defeat as Flint ran out comfortable 6 1 winners.
Wellmen return with all 3 points.
Buckley well cooked by Guilsfied, as the defence as an off day
Cefn Druids stay in 2nd place after getting all 3 point in this afternoon's game despite a determined performance by Llanfair.
Flint extended their current winning sequence to seven consecutive games with a 6-1 demolition of high flying Denbigh Town.
Denbigh continued their recent good form with another 3 points on Friday this time against Holyhead Hotspur.
Lee's brace secures three points
Goals from Andy Alverado, Jamil Adam and an own goal gave Conwy Borough a hard fought 3-1 home win against Caersws at the Y Morfa on Saturday.
After storming into a 3-0 first half lead, Flint were left hanging on at the end, as a spirited second half fightback from Port reduced the arrears to 3-2.
A makeshift Conwy Borough side went down 3-1 to Cefn Druids at the Rock on Friday night in the Huws Gray Alliance.
Denbigh dropped points in a frustrating evening at Buckley.
A huge 3 points for Llanfair today as they rise to 11th thanks to a late first half goal by James Davies.
On a blustery afternoon at Cae-Y-Castell, Flint ground out a win over neighbours Mold thanks to an improved second half performance.
Town fire 4 past inform Gresford Athletic.
A day to forget at the seaside
Conwy Borough saw their three game winning run brought to an end on Saturday as Gresford Athletic ran out 2-1 winners at Y Morfa.
In an end to end game on Mount Field, Llanfair failed to hold onto a 2-1 lead as Flint comeback to win the game 3-2.
Denbigh made the long trip to Rhayader and returned with a valuable 3 points.
Town fall to defeat at Y Traeth
Flint made sure their first ever visit to Llanfair Caereinion was a memorable one, although they were pushed all the way by their plucky hosts.
Buckley Town unable to convert chances in an end to end game
Goals from Jordan Wells, Ricky Evans & Toby Jones earnt a rejuvenated Conwy Borough another 3 points in a 3-1 home win against Llanfair on Saturday.
After a run of defeats, Llanfair were unable to end the run at Conwy yesterday despite an improved performance.
Denbigh slipped to defeat against neighbours Prestatyn Town going down 3 1 conceding 3 late goals and being reduced to 9 men.
The Wellmen fire 5 past Rhayader
In front of a somewhat meagre crowd at Cae-Y-Castell, Flint deservedly overturned a first half deficit.
Buckley's winning run ends at home to Flint
A first half Ricky Evans free-kick secured a 1-0 win at Guilsfield on Saturday to end a run of four consecutive league defeats.
Despite it not being a great performance Denbigh went 1 up within 35 seconds through Captain Warren Duckett.
Campbell Harrison returns to CAL
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