ALMOST OVER

As the seasons draws to an end and with the champions and runners up already decided the final weeks of the season sees the clubs striving to avoid relegation take centre stage with four clubs likely to be relegated

Penrhyncoch entertained Porthmadog with both sides wanting the points for different reason. Last week’s goal scoring hero Dafydd Carruthers gave Penrhyn the lead after thirty-four minutes and with Port’s reduced to ten men before the break after the dismissal of Dan Roberts everything appeared to be going Penrhyn’s way only for Julian Williams to fire Porthmadog level on sixty-seven minutes, a minute later Penrhyncoch regained the lead through Jon Evans a precious goal that earned Penrhyn the points that keeps them out of the bottom four

Llanfair United travelled to Holywell Town full of confidence after their excellent midweek win at Denbigh Town but the found themselves a goal behind at the break with player of the month Steve Thomas on target for Holywell. Jamie McDaid doubled Holywell’s lead at the start of the second half and although Ryan Davies pulled a goal back it was not enough to ease Llanfair’s relegation fears

Conwy Borough and Mold Alex also stay in the bottom four after a six-goal thriller. Mold led three nil at half time with goals from Jordon Stafford and a Rhys Nash double. The fight back began in the seventy first minute with Mark Buchan on target. Steve Foster added Borough’s second on seventy-seven minutes and then netted the equaliser two minutes into added on time to give both sides a point

In the dress rehearsal for the Huws Gray cup final Shaun Beck gave Flint Town United the lead after nine minutes at Caernarfon Town, five minutes before the break Jamie Breese equalised for Caernarfon and this turned out to be the end of the scoring with both teams having an eye on the final

Brandon Hogan gave Holyhead Hotspur the lead after twenty-eight minutes at Caersws. Luke K Evans equalised for Caersws only for Mel McGuiness to restore Hotspur’s lead before the break. Player manager Graham Evan drew Cws level but goals from Jack Griffiths and Dewi Thomas sealed the points for Hotspur

Ruthin Town and Guilsfield shared four goals and the points in an entertaining game. Jake Cook gave the Guils the lead five minutes before the break with Gamon Hafel equalising three minutes later. Robbie James put the Guils ahead again five minutes into the second half only for Will Owen to score a seventy-third-minute equaliser