JD Cymru North round-up | Flint Town United in seventh heaven

JD Cymru North leaders Airbus UK Broughton continued to set the pace at the top of the table as goals at the end of each half secured a 2-0 victory over Llanidloes Town. 

Adam Worton’s own goal gave the Wingmakers the perfect end to the first half, while Craig Lindfield sealed victory in the 93rd minute as he beat the offside trap and calmly slotted home for his 14th league goal of the season. 

Airbus’ unbeaten streak in the JD Cymru North now stands at 19 consecutive games, while Llanidloes are 16 points adrift of safety in the relegation zone. 

Second-placed Holywell Town made it 12 wins in a row as Jamie Breese starred in a 3-0 home triumph against Denbigh Town. 

After a goalless first half, Breese opened the scoring just before the hour mark before he turned provider for Gareth Evans three minutes later. 

January signing Beau Cornish scored his goal for Holywell with a clinical finish on the turn to make it three in stoppage time. 

Josh Jones scored a first half hat-trick as third-place Flint Town United coasted to an emphatic 7-0 victory over Ruthin Town at The Essity Stadium. 

Elliott Reeves broke the deadlock in the 15th minute before Jones’ treble in the space of just 12 minutes saw Flint open up a staggering four-goal lead at the interval. 

The Silkmen began the second half in the same free-flowing as Ben Wynne’s low drive into the bottom corner made it five. Jay Owen got in on the act with a close range finish before Reeves grabbed his second of the match by tapping home from Jake Phillips’ low cross. 

Lee Fowler’s side remain four points adrift of league leaders Airbus, however, they do have two games in hand on the Wingmakers. 

Caersws climbed into the top half of the table with a precious 2-1 home victory over Prestatyn Town thanks to Callum Graybrook’s stoppage time winner. 

Tom Weir and Neil Mitchell converted penalties either side of half-time as the two teams went into the final 20 minutes all square, but substitute Graybrook came up with the moment of magic in the 93rd minute as his strike beat Joe Lawlor. 

Bangor 1876 continued their fine recent form at Nantporth as Dale Davies’ strike secured a narrow 1-0 victory over Mold Alexandra on Friday night. 

The decisive moment came in the 61st minute as Corrig McGonigle’s header was saved and Davies slammed home the rebound. The result takes Bangor to within three points of fourth-placed Mold, however, the Alex have a game in hand. 

Max McLaughlin scored twice as already-relegated Chirk AAA stunned Llandudno in a 3-2 win at Holyhead Road. 

Youngster Jac Herbert opened his Chirk account with the opening goal ten minutes before the break, and the lead was doubled as McLaughlin beat Mike Jones from close range. 

Harvey Bennett pulled one back for the visitors, but McLaughlin completed his brace to restore the two-goal cushion. Bennett halved the deficit for Llandudno again, but the Colliers saw out a nervy ending to claim just their second league win of the season. 

Guilsfield made it back-to-back league wins with an impressive 4-0 victory over Porthmadog at the Community Centre Ground. 

Jake Cook set up Adam Knott for his first league goal of the season and on the stroke of half-time, Cook doubled the Guils’ lead in bizarre fashion as his corner flew directly beyond Ollie Farebrother. 

Second half goals from Joe Haycock and top scorer Iwan Matthews ended Guilsfield’s run of three consecutive home losses. Defeat for Porthmadog means they are still four points adrift of safety. 

JD Cymru North results 

Bangor 1876 1-0 Mold Alexandra
Caersws 2-1 Prestatyn Town
Chirk AAA 3-2 Llandudno
Holywell Town 3-0 Denbigh Town
Airbus UK Broughton 2-0 Llanidloes Town
Flint Town United 7-0 Ruthin Town
Guilsfield 4-0 Porthmadog

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