LLANRHAEADR are favourites to retain their Tillwise Summer League title heading into the final night.

Last season's champions will take the title if they win at home against Ysceifiog on Thursday after they defeated title rivals Llangynhafal 6-2 in Monday's huge showdown.

Sam Jones (3), Llyr Morris (2) and Meilir Williams netted, with Alun Vaughan Evans and Ben Smith replying.

Geraint Jones (2) and Gwern Pierce made sure of Nantglyn's 3-0 verdict versus Rhewl, while Llandyrnog and Llanfair played out a 0-0 draw.

Rhys Roberts, Morgan Roberts and Lou Brierly confirmed a fine 3-1 win for Trefnant at Caerwys, while Ed Jones, Owen Davies and Owain Jones netted in Henllan's 3-2 triumph over Cefn, whose goals came from Efan Davies.

Ysceifiog won 6-1 at Clawddnewydd courtesy of Alfie Moorcroft (2), Tom Cumming, Alex North, Dan Jones and Joe Harrison. Robin Evans struck for Clawdd.

On Wednesday, goals from Max Cooke, Ben Smith and Owen Cordiner confirmed Llangynhafal's 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.

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.

Other results: Llanfair 9 Henllan 2; Ysceifiog 5 Rhewl 2; Cefn 2 Clawddnewydd 2.

Thursday: Llanfair v Caerwys; Cefn v Llandyrnog; Rhewl v Llangynhafal; Llanrhaeadr v Ysceifiog; Trefnant v Nantglyn; Henllan v Clawddnewydd.

Monday: Shield preliminary round: Henllan v Llanfair; Llandyrnog v Llangynhafal; Llanrhaeadr v Cefn; Caerwys v Trefnant.