ALMOST THERE

A point to be sure

Prestatyn Town need a point to be sure of the Huws Gray Alliance championship after a two nil success at Penrhyncoch. There were no goals in the first half thanks to Penrhyn's Leigh Jenkins saving a Jordon Davies penalty. Jack Kenny gave the Seasiders the lead eight minutes into the second half, Ben Maher added a second and hundredth league goal of the season to put Prestatyn a step nearer the league trophy

Guilsdfield and Caernarfon Town fought out a goalless draw with the Guils having the best chance to seal the three points three minutes from time but Alex Ramnsey in the Town goal saved an Adam Jenkins penalty

Gresford Athletic found themselves a goal behind after five minutes at home to Caersws as Sean Evans converted a free kick and Cws scored again through Mike Collister before half time. In a cracking second half Luke Evans and Iwan Lewis put Caersws four up only for Gresford to fight back through Sam Richardson and Jack Jones before Lewis added his second and Caersws's fifth, John Collo then neeted again for Athlitic but Cws held on for the three points

Denbigh Town scored after seven minutes at home to Flint Town United through Andrew Swarbirick and a double from Alan Bull had them in charge at the break. Andy Brown pulled a goal back for Flint early in the second half only for Bull to complete his hatrick to give Town the points

Two goals in three first half minutes from Jordon MacCarter and Tom Jones gave Ruthin Town the half time advantage at home to Buckley Town. A Peter Doran goal gave Buckley hope in the second half but a third for Ruthin from Tom Sharples gave them another win

In the Huws Gray Cup Holyhead Hotspur and Porthmadog fought out a goalless ninety minutes to take the game into extra time were a Bredan Hogan goal a minutes from the end put Hotspur into the semi final were they will play Caernarfon Town