CHARLIE Caton's dramatic late strike saw Llangynhafal go three points clear at the top of the Summer League on Monday night.

Striker Caton cracked home a brilliant 35-yard effort in the last minute to give the frontrunners a dramatic 3-2 win at Llanrhaeadr, who were only beaten for the second time this season.

Llanrhaeadr were in front twice on the night via goals from Tomos Hywel and Ian Evans, but the visitors managed to hit back with Tom Sharples and Tom Seddon on the scoresheet.

Second-placed Henllan lost ground in the title chase with their 4-3 reverse at fellow high-flyers Nantglyn.

Geraint Jones' hat-trick was the key element to Nantglyn's fine win, while Ifan Jones grabbed the other goal for the home side.

Sam Jones, Brad Jones and Nico Clwyd all found the back of the net for Cefn.

There was derby delight for Llanfair courtesy of their 4-2 success at Clawddnewydd.

The Summer League's top scorer Llyr Morris bagged a brace on the night, taking his tally for the campaign up to 18 goals.

Rich Lloyd and Tom Roberts were also on target for the visitors, with Owen Heath scoring twice for Clawddnewydd.

On-the-up Llandyrnog drew 3-3 at Rhewl to stretch their unbeaten run to four matches.

Dion Lloyd and Matty Evans struck to put Rhewl two-up, only for Luke Humphreys' free kick and a Josh Jones penalty to level things up.

Dyfan Lloyd found the back of the net to give the hosts the lead at the interval, but Llandyrnog grabbed a point when Eddie Evans' fine effort made it 3-3 with 20 minutes left.

Flintshire bragging rights belong to Ysceifiog following their 2-0 home win over Caerwys.

Goals from Mike Guest and Tom Jones made sure Ysceifiog retained the Alan Roberts Shield.