A FOUR-MIDABLE showing from Llyr Morris has kept Llanfair at the top of the Summer League.

A high-flying Monday night clash at second-placed Rhewl went the way of Dylan Pugh's visitors via a 4-2 scoreline.

Llanfair couldn't have wished for a better start and Morris made the most of a defensive lapse to open the scoring after only two minutes.

Rhewl weren't behind for too long, though, and Ian Williams' cross drifted in at the far post to level things up within three minutes.

A superbly placed free kick from Williams gave Rhewl the lead, but a second goal from Llyr Morris made it 2-2 at the interval.

The visitors were the better side in the second half and two more goals from Morris sealed Llanfair's third win of the campaign.

Llanrhaeadr are up to second on the back of their 5-2 home success versus Llandyrnog, who slipped to the foot of the standings.

Rhys Rowlands netted twice for the home side, with Matty Evans, Osian Audley and Ifan Evans also on target.

Craig Jones and Pat Hinchcliffe struck in the second half for Llandyrnog.

Rhys Rowlands was outstanding for Llanrhaeadr, while Rhys Hughes and Osian Davies were prominent figures in the middle of the park

Cefn maintained their winning start to the season, but they were made to work hard for their 3-2 success at Nantglyn.

Jake Walker (2) and Lewys Jones made sure Cefn grabbed win number two for the season.

Netting the goals for the hosts were Ifan Jones and Lewys Jones.

The star man for Nantglyn was centre half Euros Lloyd.

Gwion Owen, Lewys Jones and Jake Walker were lively figures in Cefn colours.

Henllan are up to fourth after they edged out battling hosts Caerwys 3-2.

Tom Jones found the back of the net twice for Chris Brown's charges, with Nico Clwyd also hitting the back of the net.

Young home keeper Lewys Thomson saved Sam Jones' penalty, while Jack Wakeman and Jac Glover responded for Shaun Davies' hosts.

For Caerwys, Richard Hughes enjoyed a great game, while Henllan's top performer on the night was Ed Jones.

Five-star Llangynhafal were able to climb off the foot of the standings.

Two goals from Garmon Hafal helped them to secure a 5-3 victory during their trip to Clawddnewydd.

Charlie Caton, Arthur Livesey and Tom Seddon were also on target for Llangynhafal.

Netting the goals for Clawddnewydd were Owen Heath, Lewys Turner and Tirion Griffiths.