With the league title already in the hands of Champions Prestatyn Town the focus is now on the bottom end of the table with points vital as clubs look to  move out of the relegation poisitions

Conwy Borough made it six points from the last two games after winning by the odd goal in five at Guilsfield, Borough were two goals to the good after thirty five minutes thanks to a Ben Glover brace, the second a stunning thirty yarder that flew into the top corner. The Guils fought back to level with goals from Adam Jenkins and James Henderson only for Marcus Breese to restore Conwy's lead before the break in what turned out to be the winning goal and give Conwy three vital points

In a six point basement battle Buckley Town led at the break thanks to a Mike Cronshaw goal. Mold equalised on sixty five minutes with a deflected Jordon Stafford free kick and ten minutes later scored the winner courtesy of a Joel Haack own goal

Ruthin Town extended their recent good run of results as they beat bottom club Llanfair United, strikes from Jordon McCarter and Kevin Enans had them ahead at half time and Gamon Hafal made it three before James Davies pulled a goal back for Llanfair. Craig Wilkinson haveing the last word as he scored Ruthin's fourth

League Champions Prestatyn Town were two down at the break at Holyhead Hotspur who scored through Dean Garmey and Mel McGuiness, Dewi Thomas gave Hotspur a three goal advantage before Jack Kenny replied for Prestatyn. McGuiness then scored his second of the game with Kenny netting his and Town's second in added on time before getting  sent off

Caernarfon Town were the days highest scorers as they netted six against visitors Holywell Town, they were four nil ahead at the break through a Darren Thomas hatrick and one from Danny Brookwell. Jamie Breese and Kevin Lloyd completed the Caernarfon scoring with Matt Hurdman and Phil Lloyd netting for Holywell

Gresford Athletic returned to winning ways at home to Porthmadog thanks to a goal in each half from Owen Roberts and a Jack Chaloner penalty

Caersws also won two nil at home to Flint Town United with both goals coming in the first half from Iwan Lewis and Josh Hartrick. Flint missed a second half penalty and finished the game with ten men after the dismissal of Mark Cadwallader