Town pick up 3 points in final league game of the season.
Six reserves give a glimpse of the future in final game of the season
Llanfair completed their inaugural season in the Cymru Alliance with a loss yesterday to Holywell Town
The Wellmen fall to defeat in the Bank Holiday Monday clash with the Cofi's.
Several squad and Academy players were given their chance of 1st team starts and they responded by helping Flint to a fine away win at Holyhead
The Wellmen fall to defeat against the Gulls.
It was a case of after the Lord Mayor's show at Cae-Y-Castell, as following the heroics of Wednesday night this was typical end of season fayre.
Llanfair's chances of finishing 3rd from bottom are over after a 2-1 defeat in Flint this afternoon.
After Conwy took an early lead, Llanfair missed a host of chances to score, and will look back at what could have been.
The Wellmen held at home in final home game of the season.
Holywell Town fall to defeat against Caersws
Despite a plucky performance again against the league leaders, Llanfair fell to a heavy defeat.
Despite a promising opening 45 minutes, a limp, lifeless second half showing meant Flint were on the end of yet another defeat
James Davies put Llanfair ahead just before half time but second from Phil Lloyd and Connor Littler gave Holywell the points
Holywell Town welcomed Llanfair United to Halkyn Road, as the Wellmen looked to get back to winning ways after Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Cefn Druids
Despite a valiant performance, Llanfair were unable to stop the force that is Caernarfon Town as they edge closer to the league title.
Superb season closes with another win.
The Wellmen pick up a point against Promotion hopefull's
Flint slumped to their sixth successive defeat, and their third consecutive home loss, against a Conwy side which recorded their third straight win
Defeat in last away game of the season
After a narrow defeat on Wednesday, Llanfair couldn't manage to hold on in Holyhead as the hosts scored a late but controversial winner.
Denbigh finished their home campaign in style with a convincing 3-1 win against title challengers Cefn Druids.
Flint put in a much improved performance, but were ruthlessly outgunned by champions elect Caernarfon, in an entertaining game at the Oval.
Denbigh welcomed Llanfair for their final mid-week game of the season and scraped a hard fought 1 0 win with a superbly struck Alan Bull strike.
Despite an organised and spirited performance that could have resulted in more, Llanfair go down to a single goal at second placed Denbigh.
three mistakes prove costly
Another 3 points collected on the road as Denbigh ran out 2 0 winners at Mold Alex.
Buckley's good mini run comes to an end
Despite leading for most of the game, a disastrous second half collapse condemned the Silkmen to a 4th straight loss.
Ben Jones earns Buckley a hard earned point
Honours even in local derby as Holywell Town and Buckley Town fought out a 1-1 draw.
A decent performance tonight from Denbigh saw them claim all 3 points against Flint.
A weakened Flint side were relatively easy prey for a Denbigh outfit who gained a measure of revenge for the 6-1 defeat suffered earlier in the season
Three wins on the trot as Buckley keep another clean sheet
Denbigh welcomed Caersws to Central Park with Perry again forced into changes with Matty Hughes and Warren Duckett injured.
The Wellmen run out 4-0 winners against our near neighbours.
Llanfair secured a big 3 points this afternoon in tough, wet conditions on Mount Field. A second league win over Prestatyn this season.
Buckley secure back to back away wins
Buckley fail to capitalise on second half effort to secure a point
Buckley gained revenge on Flint for their defeat in the reverse fixture, by taking the honours at Cae-Y-Castell.
In what was an important game for both sides at the bottom of the table, Buckley came out on top in a close game on Mount Field.
Denbigh welcomed old rivals Holywell Town and both sides played their part in a poor game which resulted in a 1 all draw.
Late goal denies the Wellmen all three points.
In a game of similar incidents to the earlier league meeting between the two sides, Flint slipped to a narrow defeat at the Rock
In what was always going to be a tough game, Llanfair put in an improved performance but 2nd placed Cefn Druids prevailed with a goal in each half.
An excellent 3 1 away win at Guilsfield.
The Wellmen fire four past Hotspur to return to winning ways
An exciting closely fought contest at Y Traeth saw Flint take full advantage of a Ross Dalton penalty save to win the game with two late strikes.
A poor first half eventually led to Llanfair missing out on an important 3 points as Caersws score in each half to win.
The Wellmen lose to late goal
Campbell Harrison returns to CAL
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