CHIRK AAA’s miserable JD Cymru North campaign continued after suffering a 2-1 defeat at home to Ruthin Town on Saturday.

The Colliers led early with Louis Middlehurst breaking the deadlock inside the opening 10 minutes.

However the visitors were back on level terms by the break with Harry Martin netting before completing their comeback with four minutes remaining with substitute Jason Clark firing home to break the home faithful’s hearts.

Danny Ives snatched a late winner as 10 man Builth Wells ground out a battling 1-0 win at Llanrhaeadr despite the dismissal of Lee James in the Ardal North East League.


Border Counties Advertizer: Action from Chirk AAA's defeat to Ruthin Town.Action from Chirk AAA's defeat to Ruthin Town. Picture by Brian Prydden.

Llangedwyn staged a fightback to celebrate a thrilling 3-2 win at Newcastle and book a place in the fourth round of the Bernie Jones Memorial Trophy on Saturday.

The Foxes led through Liam Hughes’ 20th minute strike only for the Shropshire visitors to hit back with goals from Morgan Oakley and Mark Pugh before

Llangedwyn hit back late on with Carey Breeze levelling before Dan Hine bagged a late winner.

Felindre celebrated a 3-1 win at home to Trefonen in a tie which yielded three red cards.

Ryan Abel, Dafydd Hodnett and Jake Meredith struck for the Millers who saw Jack Barrett dismissed while Richard Morris reduced the arrears for the Pitmen who ended with nine men after Kieran Matthews and Chris Grommell saw red.

Jack Carroll struck twice as Kerry Reserves beat Four Crosses Reserves 2-0 in the JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League while Llanfechain toasted a 3-0 win at home to St Harmon courtesy of goals from Abba Salahi, Dale Evans and Rob Edwards.