Flint Town United registered their first win of the season as they stormed to a 5-0 victory at Neston Nomads.

New signing Luke Blondel, who joined from Neston last month, was among the goalscorers against his former club.

Captain Richie Foulkes was also on target along with Mark Cadwallader, Dabu Mamudo and a trialist.

After his side's previous friendly at Brymbo was abandoned due to a serious injury to midfielder Tom Dix, Silkmen boss Niall McGuinness was pleased with the performance.

Posting on social media, he wrote: "Another good run out for the lads today, minutes under their belts and another 90 minutes working on shape and system."

Gresford Athletic hit double figures in their 10-1 demolition of Brymbo, as Owen Roberts and Niall Freeman both netted hat-tricks to complement braces from Jake Eyre and Jordan MacCarter.

Airbus made light work of visiting Chadderton, recording a comfortable 4-1 success against the North West Counties League side.

The prolific Asa Hamilton opened te scoring with a calm slotted finish on 14 minutes, before doubling the lead with a superb volley midway through the half.

New signing Brady McGilloway's deflected effort made it 3-0 before the interval, with a Wingmakers trialist making it four late in the second half.

Buckley Town also eased to a 5-0 success as goals from Aron Williams and Ryan Dunn steered them to victory.

Dan Moore's side return to action tonight when they host Rhos Aelwyd in a 7.30pm kick-off.

Holywell Town play their second pre-season fixture of the summer this evening as they head to West Cheshire Football League side Heswall.

Wellmen boss Gareth Sudlow saw his side kick-off their summer fixture list with a goalless draw at South Liverpool at the weekend.

Despite plenty of attacking endeavour on display from both sides, neither were able to conjure a breakthrough in the baking conditions.

Sam Jones spurned Holywell's best chance of the first half when he failed to convert when played through on goal and he went even closer after the interval when his well-struck effort from rage rattled the crossbar.