BRILLIANT Llanfair have ended Llanrhaeadr's unbeaten start to the Tillwise Summer League season.

Leaders Llanrhaeadr boasted the final undefeated record heading into Thursday night, however a solitary second half strike would end that.

Elgan Lightfoot's fine ball into the box was finished well by Jason Alexander to seal Llanfair's second 1-0 success of the week.

Taking over at the top are Cefn, who defeated determined Caerwys 6-1.

A shock looked to be in the air when Ruari Wood gave Caerwys the lead in the very first minute.

However, Cefn recovered to lead 3-1 at the interval with goals from David Evans, Gwion Owen and Rhydian Williams.

Top scorer Jake Walker grabbed his eighth goal of the season in the second half, with Tudur Jones and a longe-range Owain Roberts strike completing the scoring.

SEE: Tuesday night's Summer League action

Henllan are up to second on the back of their 3-0 success at home to Rhewl.

Efforts from Elgan Roberts, David Lawson-Cooke and Ally Stubbs secured Henllan's fourth win of 2022, although Rhewl were still in the contest heading into the final 20 minutes.

Rhewl boss Ian McKay said: "Great effort from Rhewl tonight against a strong Henllan side.

"We didn't have any subs and during the game, lost two lads to injuries.

"Hung on to be only 1-0 down for 70 minutes and could have nicked a goal.

"Great effort from both sides."

Nantglyn returned to winning ways with a 4-1 verdict at home to Llangynhafal.

Ifan Batty, Ifan Jones, Geraint Jones and Rhys Davies all struck for Nantglyn, with Gethin Jones on the scoresheet for Llangynhafal.

Impressive for the visitors were Evan Diss and Iestyn Gadd, partnering player-boss Tom Dyer at the back.


Denbighshire Free Press: Clawddnewydd had a presentation for long-serving treasurer H Wyn Jones, who is stepping down after 23 years.Clawddnewydd had a presentation for long-serving treasurer H Wyn Jones, who is stepping down after 23 years.


There was a thriller as Clawddnewydd and Trefnant played out a 3-3 draw.

Dyfan Evans, a Lewys Turner screamer and Will Garrod kept Clawdd interested, with James Duke Williams (2) and Matty Pendleton finding the target for Trefnant.

Ysceifiog are only dealing in away victories this season!

Their previous success came at Cefn and on Thursday, they claimed a 4-2 success at Llandyrnog.

Sam Scott, Harley Doyle, Chris House and a Danny Jones penalty made sure the Flintshire side bagged their second victory of the campaign.

Craig Jones netted both of the goals for Llandyrnog.