In the top of the table clash between Airbus Broughton took the points with three first half goas scored by Alonso Fosu Mensah (2) and John Davies

Caernarfon Town opened the scoring in the second minute at Rhyl with Danny Brookwell on target and Darren Thomas doubled their advantage before an Alex  Ramsey own goal put Rhyl back in the game before the break. Jay Gibbs restored Caernarfon's two goal advantage eight minutes into the second half only for Rhyl's Gerwyn Jones to score to make it game on and in a frantic finish in which both teams had a player dismissed Mark Connolly earned Rhyl a point with a late penalty 

After a goalless first half at Flint Town United Mark Cadwallader opened the scoring for Flint from the penalty spot but another very late goal from Liam Lewis earned Penrhyncoch a point

Porthmadog travelled to Caersws and were four nil up at half time thanks to a Joe Chaplin hatrick and one from Cai Jones. A Phil Jones double brought Cws back into the game but Miellir Williams has the last say with Porth' fifth in the last minute

In the local derby at FC Quuens Park Gresford Athletic got their first points of the season thanks to a three two victor.  A Jon Collo goal gave Gresford the half time advantage and eight minutes into the second half Obi Anoruo won and converted a penalty to double Gresford's lead, two minutes later it was three nil with Collo netting his second of the game. A Tony Jones penalty reduced the deficit for Park and four minutes from time Sean Skimmings gave them hope with a second but Gresford hung on for their first win of the season

Denbigh Town led three one at the break at home to Llandudno Junction with KristIan Pierce, Josh Davies and Craig Pritchard netting for Denbigh and Dean Seagar for Junction. Denbigh added two more in the second half with Warren Duckett and Jake Eyre on target

Holywell Towntravelled to Ruthin Town and shared eight goals. mark Winslade opened the scoring for Holywell and Steve Thomas added their second before goals from Llyr Morris and Sam Jones made it level at the break. A Jamie McDaid penalty and one from Gareth Sudlow restored Holywell' two goal advantage but never say die Ruthin bounced back through a Morris second goal and an added on time Tom Roberts effort