IT'S as you were at the top after another entertaining night of Tillwise Summer League action.

For the second Thursday in a row there was a clash between the top-two as second-placed Henllan welcomed frontrunners Cefn.


Joe Roberts' amazing goal for Clawddnewydd at Rhewl.


Gwion Owen's long-range strike had Cefn in front, but this was cancelled out by Elgan Roberts' goal.

Llanrhaeadr moved to within three points of the leaders as they eased to a 7-3 verdict at home to Llangynhafal.

The visitors kept battling until the final whistle and they benefited from efforts by Danw Diss (2) and Tom Sharples (penalty).

A hat-trick from Llyr Morris did the bulk of the damage, with Matty Evans, Arfon Davies, Sam Jones and Dafydd Davies also finding the target.

Rhys Jones' goal gave Ysceifiog the half-time lead versus Nantglyn, but the visitors came roaring back to grab a 4-1 success.

Ifan Jones (2), Gruff Roberts and an own goal turned things around.

There was a real thriller as Rhewl edged out Clawddnewydd 3-2.

Joe Roberts' brilliant 30-yard volley had the visitors in front at the break, but this was cancelled out by Ian Williams' well-placed chip midway through the second half.

This sparked a frantic spell, with Clawdd winning a penalty just a minute later.

However, Mike Evans - the rugby hub officer at Ruthin Rugby Club and Ysgol Brynhyfryd - brilliantly saved Jordan MacCarter's attempt.

MacCarter did give his side the lead with a tidy finish soon after, but it was 2-2 when Dan McLean scored with a close range header.

Aaron Williams' goal secured the three points for Rhewl in the last 10 minutes.

Ten-man Trefnant gained an excellent point from a 2-2 draw at Llandyrnog.

Josh Jones struck twice for Jimmy McNally's charges, while Julian Watson and Fran Roberts were on the scoresheet for Trefnant.

A fifth win of the season was Llanfair's reward following the 3-2 verdict at home to Caerwys.

Osian Wort, Jak Newell and Jason Alexander sealed the deal for Huw Price's side, with Simon Holloway and Chris Patterson replying for Andy Price's visitors.