Welsh National League

Premier Division

Chirk AAA 0

Saltney town 1

The Bordermen from Saltney recorded their first ever victory at Holyhead Road on Saturday.

It proved to be a difficult fixture for Chirk who struggled to pose a threat to the visiting goalkeeper.

A goalless first half was followed by a lacklustre second half for the hosts.

Danny Burgess found the net for the visiting team with what turned out to be the only goal of the afternoon.

His headed effort partway through the second half was enough to seal the three points and inflict a fifth league defeat of the season on Chirk.

The Colliers now sit ninth in the table after 17 fixtures.

Their next fixture will see them take on bottom of the table side Penycae away on Saturday, March 2.

Penycae have won just twice in their 17 outings, so Chirk will be looking to make no mistake in getting back to winning ways.

Welsh National League

Reserve Division

Cefn Druids 5

Chirk AAA 4

A THRILLING contest featuring nine goals ended in defeat for Chirk AAAs reserves.

A gallant effort by the reserves side saw the visitors leading for most of the game.

The Colliers suffered a handful of injuries during the game on Friday evening, meaning Druids against tired legs were able to nick two late goals to take home all three points.

Despite the result, the side will have been pleased with the overall performance and can take a lot of positives into their upcoming fixtures.

The defeat leaves Chirk sixth in the reserves table while Druids move to within three points of league leaders Ruthin Town.

On Saturday, March 2, Chirk reserves return to action to take on Hawarden Rangers at home (kick off 2.30pm).

Queensferry Sports Flintshire Junior and Youth Football League

Chirk AAA under-19s 1

Coedpoeth United 2

Chirk AAA U19s side have dropped further off league leaders Holywell Town after a home defeat at the hands of Coedpoeth United.

The Colliers now sit five points behind the top of the table side after the 2-1 defeat.