CHIRK AAA overcame the challenge of 10 man Cefn Albion to return to the top of the Ardal North East League.

Albion broke the deadlock through Mike Latham only for Matty Williams to level for the Colliers.

The dismissal of Albion's Callum Mannion on the hour was immediately punished as Jake Jones fired Chirk to glory.

Meanwhile Four Crosses ended second best in a 3-2 defeat at Kerry.

Jordan Gerrard fired Crosses ahead on the stroke of half-time before doubling their lead through Ben Simms.

Tai Jones' double restored parity before Daryl McWatt completed the comeback for the Lambs.

Border Counties Advertizer: Action from Llanfyllin Town's defeat at Hay St Marys. Picture by Stuart Townsend.

Action from Llanfyllin Town's defeat at Hay St Marys. Picture by Stuart Townsend.

Llansantffraid made the long trip home from Brecon Corries empty handed following a 3-1 defeat at Rich Field in MMP-NL Mid Wales League East.

Craig Evans, Luke Roughley and James Jefferies netted for the Corries who ended with 10 men after Corey Evans saw red while the Saints hit back through Ryan Broadbent.

Meanwhile Llanfyllin Town crashed to a heavy 11-3 defeat at Hay St Marys with Jack Cook, Matty Tong and Harry Ratcliffe sharing the limelight with hat-tricks.

Jack Biggs added a double to complete the home side's tally while the Magpies replied through Tom Williams, Gruff Evans and Liam Pickstock.

Meanwhile TNS went down to a 2-0 defeat at Port Talbot Town in the Genero Adran Premier with a Coryn Sexton goal and a late strike from Freya Davies settling the outcome for the hosts.

Elsewhere Trefonen edged a 3-2 win at home to Llangedwyn in the JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League.

Goals from David France, Liam Jones and Andy Garmston sealed the points for the Pitmen with Richard Evans and Liam Hughes replying for the visitors.

Elsewhere Llanfechain and Llanymynech shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw