ONE goal was always likely to settle Thursday's top-of-the-table Tillwise Summer League clash between Llanrhaeadr and Cefn.

It was second against first with the two best defences in the league on show and Brad Jones' effort sealed a 1-0 win for league frontrunners Cefn, who grabbed their sixth win in a row.

Henllan remain two points adrift of top spot after their 3-1 verdict at home to battling Llangynhafal.

Owen Roberts (2) and Sam Jones secured Henllan's sixth victory of the campaign, with Tom Sharples responding.

In one of their best performances for a number of years, Clawddnewydd dented Nantglyn's title hopes with a brilliant 4-0 home success.

Jordan MacCarter netted twice for Clawdd and he was joined on the scoresheet by Gethin Jones and Rhidian Edwards.

Llanfair's fine run of form continued with a 4-1 triumph at Trefnant.

Jak Newell (2), Steff Parry and Harri Tudor all played their part as Huw Price's side grabbed win number four of the season.

Matty Pendleton netted for Trefnant.

All of the goals came in the second half as Llandyrnog returned to winning ways via a 3-0 verdict at Rhewl.

Craig Jones, Sam Maddock and Josh Newcombe sealed the deal for Jimmy McNally's outfit.

It was tight in the remaining match of the night as Flintshire rivals Caerwys and Ysceifiog played out a 0-0 draw.