ALL SQUARE

The top of the table clash at the Hollinsword Stadium finished all square as Caernarfon Town fought back to take a share of the spoils

Airbus Broughton got the game off to a flying start netting after four minutes through Leo Smith and with Steve Tommoson and Alonso Fosu-Mensah adding further goals before the break Airbus look odds on to take over at the top of the table, Caernarfon had other ideas and after the introduction of Gareth Edwards and Jay Gibbs at the start of the second half and a change of formation they dominated the second half. Edwards netted on sixty-three minutes and three minutes later Danny Brookwell reduced the deficit to one goal. Two minutes later Caernarfon lost skipper Nathan Craig to two yellow cards inside a minute but they had the last word as Gibbs fired home a thirty-yard three kick

Gresford Athletic were the days highest scorers as they fired seven at bottom club Llandudno Junction. Adam Davies had them ahead after five minutes and by half time they lead four nil through Owen Roberts and a Obi Anoruo double. Roberts made it five after fifty minutes with Onoruo also missing a penalty before Adam Aden netted for Junction. Jake Edwards adding Gresford’s seventh goal after seventy-seven minutes

There was a cracking five goal at Flint Town United where the home team led twice before a late goal sealed the points for visitors Rhyl. A Carl Rodgers goal had Flint ahead after fifteen minutes with Tom Walsh levelling for Rhyl five minutes before the break. Kyle Smyth restored Flint’s lead three minutes into the second half only for Carwyn Jones to once again level the scores and Rhyl sealed the points with Walsh’s second goal in the eighty ninth minute

Sion Bradley gave Porthmadog the half advantage against visitors Penrhyncoch and further goals in the second from Ifan Emlyn and Iwan Lewis maintained Porth’s recent good run of results

Guilsfield and Holywell Town failed to find the net and had to settle for a share of the points

Ruthin Town and Caersws also drew, Steve Blenkinsopp gave Cws the lead only for Ilan Hughes to score the equaliser for Ruthin

On Friday night two first half from Andrew Swarbrick and Josh Davies gave Denbigh Town the points at Holyhead Hotspur

Matchday November 11th