Leaders Caernarfon Town came away from their second local derby in succession with a hard-earned point at Holyhead Hotspur. After a goalless first half Mel McGuiness gave Holyhead a sixty-eighth-minute lead which looked like giving them the double over the league leaders but not for the first time this season the Caernarfon captain Nathan Craig scored a vital goal straight to from a corner two minutes from time

Airbus Broughton are up to second place after beating FC Queens Park with a double in each half. Wes Baynes opened the scoring when his twenty-five-yarder found the top corner and Damase Kiwanda doubled their advantage before the break. Leo Riley and Luke Busunbru added second half goals as the Airmen moved with five points of Caernarfon.

Rhyl are now third after a home victory against in form Holywell Town. After a goalless firs half Alex Titchiner oped the scoring for Rhyl three minutes into the second half and player manager Mark Connolly doubled their advantage before a Sam Jones goal brought Holywell back into the game, Titchener added his second of the game two minutes from time to clinch the points for Rhyl

Porthmadog were the days highest scorers as the hit seven without reply against winless Llandudno Junction, they lead two nil at the break thanks to a goal from Ifan Emlyn and an own goal. Julian Williams added a second half hattrick with Gareth Jones Evans and Sion Bradley completing the scoring

Penrhyncoch and Guilsfield shared two goals and the points, Liam Doherty gave Penrhyn an early lead with Andy Ford netting the Guilsfield equaliser before the break