IT may be a different season, but the Summer League has a familiar look after the opening night of the season.

Cefn claimed the title last time out and they're the first leaders of 2023 following their 9-1 win over Llangynhafal.

It was 1-1 at half-time, though, with Mason Edwards on target for Tom Dyer's visitors.

However, a hat-trick from Morgan Jones guided Cefn through to victory. He was joined on the scoresheet by Gwion Owen (2), Jared Roberts (2), Steff Williams and Elis Davies.

Llanrhaeadr are second on the back of a 6-1 success versus Clawddnewydd.

Llyr Morris netted a hat-trick for the hosts, with Matty Evans, Sam Jones and Dafydd Davies grabbing the others. Rhidian Edwards responded for Clawdd.

Henllan are up and running courtesy of a 2-0 outcome in their home meeting with battling Ysceifiog.

Goals from Tomos Clwyd Edwards and Dewi Jones did the trick for the Top Park outfit.

Things were even closer as Geraint Jones' penalty settled Nantglyn's slender 1-0 triumph versus Trefnant.

Adam Harvey launched a stunning effort from distance into the top corner of the net for Llandyrnog in a 1-1 draw with Llanfair. Harri Williams found the target for Huw Price's away side.

There was last minute drama as Caerwys battled back for a 1-1 draw at Rhewl.

Carwyn Higgins grabbed the last gasp leveller, after Dyfan Lloyd's first half effort appeared to have won it for Rhewl.