CHIRK AAA remain unbeaten in the Ardal North East League after hitting back for a point in a 2-2 draw at home to Penycae.

Adam Williams spurned a penalty for the Colliers before the visitors led with goals from Jac Scott and Evan Woodall.

Chirk reduced the arrears through Ryan Williams before Dale Davies struck to earn the Colliers a point.

Elsewhere Caersws made light work of Four Crosses in an 8-2 rout at Foxen Manor with Jake Parr leading the way with a hat-trick.

Glynn Coney netted twice while Neil Mitchell, Luke Mumford and Luke Evans completed the tally while Will Howard and Graham Dyke netted consolations for the hosts.

Nicky Williams maintained his fine form with a hat-trick as Chirk Town beat Cefn Mawr Rangers 6-2 in the North East Wales Premier League.

Goals from Tom Freeman, James Williams and Aeron Davies completed the scoring while the visitors hit back with replies from Hari Gould and Ben Duffy.

Meanwhile Talgarth Town completed a cup shock with a 5-1 win at home to Llansantffraid in the fourth round of the Emrys Morgan Cup.

Harry Dunn fired the Saints ahead but Talgarth stormed back with Rob McNamara starring with a hat-trick while Harry Sharman and Joel Weale strikes completed the cup upset.

Builth Wells also eased into the next round with goals from Ciaran Price, Aeron Powell, Greg Preece, Ollie Woods and Tom Offa cancelling a Liam Jones reply in a 5-1 win at home to Llanfyllin Town.

TNS Reserves also hit the goal trail in an 8-0 thrashing of Airbus UK Broughton in the FAW North East Reserve League.

Owen Davies, Rhydian Williams, Tom Williams, Jeanny Leblanc-Akpo, Morgan Daykin, Josh Roseberry, Harry Holland and Courtney Perkins were all on target for the Saints while the hosts lost Tyler Havvas to a red card.

Welshpool Town Reserves celebrated a 3-2 win at home to Four Crosses Reserves in the FAW Central Reserve League on Friday night.

Goals from Norton Collins, Owain Richards and Charlie Kinsey proved just enough for the Lilywhites with Rhys Owen and Max Thomas hitting back for Crosses.

Meanwhile William France starred with a hat-trick as Trefonen prevailed 5-1 winners at Llangedwyn in the JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League.

Andy Garmston and a William Needham own goal ensured the Pitmen the spoils.