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Plas Madoc win at Aston Park to go through to the semi finals of the Horace Wynne Cup.

Acton remain top of the North East Wales League on goal difference after a 2-1 win over Mostyn Dragons.
Dean Hyland put the visitors ahead, but Nathan Jones and Alistair Gibson turned the tables.
James Gibney and Seb Kidd earned Offa Athletic a 2-1 outcome at Bradley Park, who led through Aidan Griffiths.
Greg Lipka (2) and Piotr Swiecieski guided Rhosllanerchrugog to a 3-2 result at Caerwys, Stephen Hughes and Grant Tattum running the hosts close.
Callum Jones, Adam Lloyd and Ryan Thomas (pen) sealed Brymbo Victoria a great 3-2 win at high-flying Connah's Quay Nomads Under-18s, who hit back through Ethan Gault and Jack Foster.
Liam Hughes' double secured Penyffordd Lions a 2-1 victory at Flint Mountain, David Jones with a consolation for the home side.
Brandon Jones, Ryan Oldfield (pen), Ben Tudor (OG) and Scott Earnshaw booked Halkyn United a 4-2 success at Mold Town United, Owen Pierce and Stephen Wilson replying.
Plas Madoc won 4-0 at Aston Park Rangers in the Horace Wynne Cup second round, Jamie Williams, Mike Jones, Nicky Williams and Charlie Davies all on the mark.
In the Vets/League Cup Group A, Hawkesbury Villa Vets and Northop Hall Old Boys drew 1-1.
Mike Cooper put Villa ahead on 68 minutes, Alan Richardson with a late leveller.

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SATURDAYS ROUND UP Plas Madoc beat Penyffordd Lions 4-3 in what was a brilliant game of football.
BELLEVUE WIN THE WREXHAM COMMUNITY CUP A brilliant game of football that went down to the wire.

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