Sychdyn rose to third in with a cracking 2-0 victory at Cefn Mawr Rangers.
Craig Stewart and Nick Van Miert nabbed the vital goals which put the winners in a strong position for a title push.
Mynydd Isa Spartans' title aims took a knock when they were held 2-2 by Offa Athletic.
Chris Layne and Jon Wilday handed Spartans a 2-0 half time cushion, but Tommy Hallam and Aaron Poglettke hit back to earn a point for the visitors.
Flint Mountain prevailed against Acton, winning 3-2 thanks to goals from Christian Davies, Jimmy McGlone and an own goal,Matt Sutherland and a Joe Garner penalty for Acton.
Three second half goals gave Mold Town victory at Aston Park Rangers, Scott Nelson gave the home side the lead in the first half only for the visitors to hit back through Dean Gittins, Kieran Jones and Steve Wilson.
AFTER THIS WEEKENDS GAMES BOTH CEFN MAWR RANGERS AND CPD SYCHDYN ANNOUNCED THAT THEY ARE TO WITHDRAW FROM THE NORTH EAST WALES FA CHALLENGE CUP GAMES DUE TO BE PLAYED ON MONDAY. FC QUEENS PARK AND RHYDYMWYN NOW HAVE A BYE IN THIS ROUND OF THE COMPETITION.
MIDWEEK ROUND UP.
Mynydd Isa Spartans are top of the table but they may have expected better than the 1-1 home draw they achieved against Caerwys on Tuesday.
SPARTANS MAINTAIN PACE AT TOP.
Mynydd Isa Spartans moved to within a point of leaders gap Connah's Quay having played four games less with a 4-0 result at Hawkesbury Bell, Liam Doran bagging a brace,