Bellevue win a well deserved first point on the board.
Congratulations to Bellevue after they gained their first-ever point in the North East Wales League last weekend at the 24th attempt.
After 23 successive losses in which they had scored 14 goals and conceded 278, the newcomers to the league this season got off the mark with a 3-3 draw against Acton.
And it could have been even better for the multi-national team, launched in Wrexham last summer for players from black and ethnic minority groups, as they led 3-2 until conceding a 90th minute equaliser.
It was a very popular result throughout the league as Bellevue have won a lot of friends for their sporting attitude, never-give-up mindset and good sense of humour.
Their scorers against Acton were Damian Walker (2) and Bruno Sousa, with Callum Parlour, Tom Duckett and Joe Jarvis salvaging the visitors a draw.
Also in action last Saturday were table-toppers Plas Madoc, who thrashed Flint Mountain 5-1 thanks to four goals from Nicky Williams and a Keegan Jakovlevs single, Sean Wilkes replying.
Matty Holmes, Richard Lawrence and Adam Pugh netted two apiece in Penyffordd Lions' 8-2 caning of Caerwys, Liam Hughes and Rob Salisbury with one each.
Halkyn United versus Bradley Park ended four-apiece. James Graham (2), Josh Richardson and Ryan Oldfield split the home goals, Kirk Ratcliffe (2), Josh Underwood and Chris Jones for Park.
Darren Evans and Sam Fowles bagged a brace apiece as Connah's Quay Nomads U18s whipped Mold Town United 4-0, while Jack Murphy (2), Blake Robinson and Liam Schofield did the damage for Airbus UK Broughton U18s in a 4-1 beating of Mostyn Dragons, Dillon Garner responding.
Tuesday, April 24
Plas Madoc made it 19 straight wins as they saw off Connah's Quay Nomads and now lead the table by nine points, Nicky Williams and Keegan Jakovlevs both on target.
Sean Wilkes hit four in Flint Mountain's 6-1 result at Caerwys, Lee Messham and Leon Pickford one each, Grant Tattum for the hosts.
Greg Lipka, Ryan Williams and Craig Spencer notched two apiece as Rhosllanerchrugog triumphed 8-2 at Bellevue, who were brought down to earth after earning their first-ever point three days previously.
Lucasz Dluzak and Drew Wickens also struck for the visitors, Tiago Ginja and Taha Elfitura (pen) striking back for the Belle.
Ryan Ankers, Richard Lawrence and Matty Holmes found the net as Penyffordd Lions prevailed 3-1 at Airbus Broughton U18s, Nathan Okome striking first for the Wingmakers.
On Wednesday, Mostyn Dragons hammered Mold Town United 6-2.