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GUILSFIELD are the early pacesetters in the Huws Gray Alliance and remain unbeaten after four games. Their latest match ended in a 1-0 home win over Ruthin Town, courtesy of an Asa Hamilton goal after 17 minutes.

Second-placed Caernarfon were in seventh heaven after demolishing Denbigh Town at the Oval with Gareth Evans and Danny Brookwell both notching a brace alongside contributions from a Nathan Craig penalty, Chris Williams and Darren Thomas.

Third-placed Holyhead Hotspur, who have a 100% record, were without a game and were joined on the nine-point mark by Airbus UK Broughton who triumphed 5-2 at Holywell Town's Halkyn Road. But the game was finely balanced until the final 20 minutes when Alfons Fosu-Mensah completed a hat-trick and Luke Busumbru claimed a brace after SHhun Tuck and Steve Lewis had given the Wellmen a 2-1 lead.

Porthmadog were held to a 1-1 home draw by Rhyl, who took the lead through Tony Davies after 34 minutes, with Joe Chaplin grabbing the home side's equaliser.
Caersws claimed their first win of the season with a 3-1 scoreline at newly-promoted Llandudno Junction, who have yet to get off the mark. The home side did take the lead through Leigh Craven, but the Bluebirds hit back for the three points with goals from Craig Whitfield, Rhydian Davies and an own goal.

Richie Foulkes scored a brace, one from the penalty spot, as Flint Town United won 4-1 at FC Queens Park, who had taken the lead thanks to a Mike Craven spot kick. But Steffan Halewood got the leveller with Kyle Smyth adding a fourth on 75 minutes.

Jonathan Evans was Penryncoch's hat-trick hero in a 3-1 win against Gresford Athletic, who are still pointless after four games, Rhys Lloyd scoring a late consolation for the visitors.