RHYDYMWYN emerged on the right side of an eight-goal thriller in the Premier Division after seeing off Brymbo at home 5-3.
Rhyd’s Dan Drazdauskas notched up an early brace while Dave Pitson, Joe Ouslem and Lee Reynolds added to the victors’ tally.
A PENYFFORDD penalty settled their derby game with HAWARDEN RANGERS.
Marcus Davies made the difference with his 23rd minute spot-kick to give the home side victory.
Simon Hulse and Jack Abraham netted to give resurgent MOLD ALEX a comfortable 2-0 win at Overton.
SALTNEY TOWN moved to the top of Division One after Matt Wintle and Jake Gibbons handed them a 2-0 triumph at home to Acrefair Youth.
Keeping pace with them at the summit are ARGOED UNITED, who also won 2-0 at the weekend.
A Darren Billings brace was more than enough to overcome visitors Lex XI.
MOLD JUNIORS squandered their chance to climb to the top after they slipped to a 1-0 defeat away to Garden Village.
CASTELL AC enjoyed an entertaining 4-3 victory away to Llanuwchllyn.
Mike Halley found the net twice, while Tom Crewe and Leon Bowen helped secure the three points.
It was all square for NEW BRIGHTON as they drew 4-4 in their visit to Penley, while unlucky HAWKESBURY VILLA, currently propping up the table, left Glyn Ceiriog with a 3-2 loss.
Former Chester City player Paul McManus was on target for AIRBUS UK in their Reserves Division victory at home to Bala Town.
Airbus won the contest 2-0 as Lewis Burgess also got on the scoresheet to keep the home side top of the division.
Josh Price scored for CASTELL AC but they slumped to a 3-1 home defeat against Cefn Druids, while HAWARDEN RANGERS were soundly beaten 6-3 in their trip to Ruthin Town.
NEW BRIGHTON VILLA fired seven past Brickfield Rangers during their dominant 7-3 home win in the Reserves and Colts Division.
Keith Cousins scored a hat-trick, Liam Hett fired in twice and Rob Donaldson and Greg Baker each grabbed a goal.
MOLD ALEX continue to lead after thumping Garden Village 5-0 at home, thanks to an Anthony Sheenan double and goals from Ben Sharp, Andy Probert and Phil Colbern.
SALTNEY TOWN notched up a fine 3-1 win away to Llangollen Town, but PENYFFORDD slipped to a 3-2 loss at Brymbo and ARGOED UNITED lost 4-1 at Lex XI.