Airbus are on fire after scoring 23 goals in 3 games.
Airbus UK Broughton Youth dished out a 10-0 hammering on Mold Town United in the North East Wales League on Thursday night.
Josh Wright and Ben Williams-Price netted two each, Jack Samuel, Tom Cain, Kane Blackburn, Alfie McNicholas, Kai Hardcastle and Harvey Ellis shared the home goals.
Tommy Hallam (2), Joe Garner, Ethan Callaghan, Dwayne Jones and Alistair Gibson led Acton to a 6-1 triumph at Brymbo Victoria, Callum Williams replying.
Dylan Evans and Jack Aitken were on the mark as Flint Mountain nudged past Mostyn Dragons 2-1, Sam Watson responding.
Acton were 5-0 winners at Mostyn Dragons on Tuesday night, Tommy Hallam grabbed four and Alistair Gibson the other.
Saturday, April 28
Offa Athletic cut the gap on North East Wales League leaders Plas Madoc to six points with a 2-0 win over Acton on Saturday.
Alun Parry Jones and Darren Jones struck in the first half for the winning side.
Airbus UK Broughton Youth romped to an 8-0 victory at Bellevue, Liam Schofield (2, 1 pen), Harry Keeley, Jack Samuel (2), Stuart McHarrie and Kai Hardcastle (2, 1 pen) split the away goals.
Mark Emberton recorded a hat-trick in Penyffordd Lions' 6-1 success at Bradley Park. Rich Lawrence, Tom Davies and Ben Bailey added one each, Richard Wright for the hosts.
Owen Manley (2) and Darren Evans earned Connah's Quay Nomads U18s a 3-1 verdict at Brymbo Victoria, who took the lead through Adam Lloyd.
Flint Mountain hammered Mold Town United 6-0, Jack Aitken, Sean Wilkes (2), Damon Griffiths, Phil Marshall and Mark Williams combining to make it a half-dozen and Halkyn United versus Caerwys was postponed.
Thursday, April 26
Airbus UK Broughton Youth eased to a 5-0 home victory against Bellevue.
Blake Robinson, Jack Murphy, Kane Blackburn (2) and Sam Robinson shared the home haul.
Paul Messham was a four-goal star in Brymbo Victoria's 7-0 rout at Halkyn United. Ryan Thomas (2) and Sean Lewis claimed the others.
Nathan Lavender, Ben Bailey and Ryan Ankers delivered Penyffordd Lions a 3-0 result against Connah's Quay Nomads U18s.
Rhosllanerchrugog drew 1-1 with Acton, Greg Lipka equalising after Joe Garner edged the visitors ahead with a 30th-minute penalty.