Wellmen win final game of the season.
Two Second Half Goals Confine Mold To Bottom Three.....
Crucial Decisions Cost Mold Dear.....
Conwy Borough are facing relegation to the Welsh Alliance after Saturdays 3-3 home draw against Mold Alex.
The hope of finishing fifth from bottom, in order to avoid relegation completely is now over as Llanfair lost to Holywell and Penrhyncoch won.
An entertaining game at the Oval saw Flint banish the demons of their 6-1 home defeat against the Cofis earlier in the season
The Wellmen end their home campaign in the Huws Gray Alliance with a victory over Llanfair United.
Denbigh’s last game of the season ended in disappointment as they were beaten by a well organised Llanfair team who are in a relegation battle.
In a smash and grab at Denbigh this evening, Llanfair come away with all three points which could prove vital in the fight for survival.
Another case of "what could have been" on Saturday as Llanfair succumb to the champions Prestatyn despite creating a hat-ful of chances
Wellmen concede late goal to share the points
Gresford came into the game looking for the one point that would guarantee them a third placed finish in the league and ended up claiming all three.
The Tangerines went down to a disappointing 2-1 defeat at Caersws on Saturday.
Denbigh travelled to Porthmadog in great form after winning four games in a row.
Wellmen victorious in 7 goal thriller.
After coming from behind twice, Llanfair take all three points in what was a must win game against fellow relegation rivals Mold
Llanfair dominate a game but a more clinical Caersws come away with three points.
Suicidal Defending Cost Mold Dear.....
Conwy Borough suffered a major blow to the survival hopes with a 3-2 defeat to Ruthin Town on Saturday.
Wellmen battle back to draw 2-2 at Llanfair
In a much improved display, Llanfair couldn't hold onto to a 2-0 lead as Holywell fightback somewhat controversially.
Displaying the tenacity that Champions are made of, Prestatyn came from two goals down to win the game.
Superb All Round Effort Sees Mold Draw With Second Placed Caernarfon......
Llanfair are now 5 points from 13th place after a 4-1 loss at Ruthin on Saturday.
The Great Escape mission continues for the Tangerines as they recorded their second win in four days with a vital 3-2 win at Guilsfield on Saturday.
4 on the trot sees the first team climb yet another place in the table.
With no less than six changes to the starting line up, Flint were a pale shadow of the side that beat Prestatyn in their previous game
Below par Town fall to defeat at Caernarfon Town.
Nail Biting Encounter Sees Mold Take The Points.....
Denbigh beat a well organised Penrhyncoch team with a well taken 90th minute goal from substitute Jake Eyre (pictured).
A solitary first half goal was enough for Conwy to leapfrog Llanfair, who now fall into last place in the league table.
Conwy Borough defeated fellow strugglers Llanfair United at Y Morfa Stadium on Wednesday Night to secure a crucial win and move off bottom spot and upto 13th place.
A big improvement compared to two weeks ago but Llanfair were unable to steal a point against 10 man Caernarfon
Despite a bright opening in which they opened the scoring, Flint were pegged back and then stifled by a determined Penrhyncoch side
The Wellmen make it four out of four after a hard fought 2-1 victory over Guilsfield.
After two great previous performances manager Eddie Maurice-Jones picked an unchanged team for the difficult mid table clash with Holyhead Hotspur.
In a game where plenty of goal scoring chances were created by both sides, Denbigh proved to be the more clinical.
Denbigh Town’s excellent run of form continued with a comprehensive win over fourth placed Flint Town Utd.
An excellent performance from Denbigh Town saw them beat Prestatyn at the league leader’s home ground, the Motion Finance Stadium.
A remarkable bout of ill discipline almost certainly cost Flint any chances of a second place finish as they lost to Porthmadog
In awful conditions Conwy Borough and Caernarfon Town faced off to produce a thrilling contest at Y Morfa under the lights on Wednesday night.
Conwy Borough suffered another blow to the survival hopes with a disappointing 3-1 home defeat to Holywell Town on Saturday.
A strangely lacklustre Flintshire derby, in many ways reminiscent of the first meeting between the sides, ended with Flint claiming the spoils.
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