IT looks likely to be a Tillwise Summer League title decider early next week.

Leaders Llangynhafal will take on second-placed Llanrhaeadr in a huge clash in Rhewl on Monday evening and the winner will almost certainly be crowned champions.

Victory for Llangynhafal will confirm the title for them, while a three-point haul for Llanrhaeadr will mean victory at home to Ysceifiog next Thursday will confirm back-to-back titles.

Two wins in the space of 24 hours saw Llangynhafal go to the top of the standings.

On Wednesday, goals from Max Cooke, Ben Smith and Owen Cordiner confirmed a 3-2 win over Ysceifiog, who made a real game of it through Alfie Moorcroft and Danny Jones.

Then, on Thursday, Owen Cordiner (2), Max Cooke, Tom Seddon and Ben Smith made sure of Llangynhafal's 5-0 win over Caerwys.

Llanrhaeadr kept their title hopes alive via a 6-0 verdict over Nantglyn.

Llyr Morris (4), Sam Jones and Dyfed Baldry sealed the deal.

Gruff Jones netted twice for Cefn in their 2-2 draw with Clawddnewydd, who had Cian Jones and Jordan MacCarter on the scoresheet.

Joe Harrison (2), Jac Hickie, Danny Jones and Rhys Jones confirmed Ysceifiog's 5-2 success over Rhewl, who hit back through Elis Owen and Edryd Lear.

Llanfair defeated Henllan 9-2 with efforts from Tom Roberts (2), Ynyr Rogers (2), Hari Tudor, Osian Gruffudd, Meirion Williams and Jason Alexander. Leon Gierke and Sam Jones were on the mark for Henllan.

There was a historic moment during Llandyrnog's 6-2 success at Trefnant.

Stalwart Mally Hughes came off the Llandyrnog bench at the age of 60 to play alongside his two sons Tom and Sam for the first time.

Hughes senior has played over 40 seasons for the club and in a post on X, Llandyrnog FC said: "He can’t remember the age of his first game but we believe it was in black and white."

Leo Jones (2), George Lawton (2), Lewis Devine and Patrick Hinchcliffe netted for Llandyrnog.

Monday fixtures (7.15pm): Clawddnewydd v Ysceifiog; Llandyrnog v Llanfair; Nantglyn v Rhewl; Llangynhafal v Llanrhaeadr; Caerwys v Trefnant; Henllan v Cefn.