A goal after twenty-two minutes from Caernarfon Town's leading goal scorer Jamie Breese was enough to beat Holyhead Hotspur take them into this seasons Huws Gray cup final, thier second consequtive final

With points vital at the bottom of the table Penrhyncoch's three at Mold Alex could prove to be enough to keep them out of the bottom four but they left it late with Daffyd Carruthers scoring the only goal of the game in the closing stages of the game

Champions Prestatyn Town finished their season with a goal in each have win at Llanfair United, a goal apiece from Ben Maher and Jack Lewis had them ahead at the break and Maher and substitute Jack Higgins added two more in the second half with James Davies netting the Llanfair reply

Gresford Athletic finished their season with an odd goal in three win at flint Town United the points seeing them finish in third place their best ever placing, Tom Freeman fired home a freekick half way through the second half to give the Attics the lead and a Rhys Lloyd penalty doubled their advantage before the evergreen Shaun Beck scored the Flint reply

Porthmadog took a thirty-third-minute lead at Guilsfield with Meilir Williams doubling their advantage in the second half. Sam Litchfield netting in the last minute for the Guils

After last week’s seven goal thrillers at Holywell Town there was another high scoring game against visitors Buckley Town. Phil Molineux gave Buckley an early lead with Mike Kendrick drawing Holywell level before the break. Mike Thompson fired Buckley ahead again after sixty minutes only for goals from Mark Winslade and Graeme Williams looking like giving Holywell the points until an added-on time free kick from Andy Watkins gave the Stags a point