Cefn Druids and Brickfield Rangers will continue to fly the flag for north east Wales in the FAW Youth Cup after impressive second round victories.

Druids continued their impressive form with a 3-1 success at Caernarfon, while Brickfield came away from Coedpoeth United with a 3-2 victory.

Evan Woodall broke the deadlock for Druids, who were pegged back two minutes later as Jack Walters put through his own net.

But a quickfire brace from Lewis George wrapped up the win for Druids.

Boss Sean Colley tweeted his thoughts on Druids win, writing: "@CefnDruids u19s secure a place in the third round of the Welsh Youth Cup with a hard fought 3-1 victory @CaernarfonTown.

"No easy games we can’t just turn up & win.

"Need to focus on putting our performances right and back to standards we have set!"

Iwan Evans, Tom Williams and Tomos James were the scorers as Brickfield won by the odd goal in five at Coedpoeth.

Mold Alex put up a real fight against Newtown, who managed to claim a 3-2 away win.

Lewis Hopwood and Luke Owen gave the Flintshire side a hope of victory, but Sam Hoyle (2) and Jamie Evans won it for Newtown.

Airbus, Flint and Penycae also exited the competition as they lost to Aberystwyth, The New Saints and Llandudno respectively.

Aberystwyth won 4-1 at the Airfield, while Flint suffered a 3-0 loss to visiting TNS and Penycae were beaten 2-1 at Llandudno.

Connah's Quay Nomads' trip to Bangor City was postponed.

Other Youth Cup results: Port Talbot 0, Cardiff Met 2; Cardiff City 17, Tiger Bay 0; Aberbargoed Buds 1, Pontardawe 2; Merthyr 4, Barry Town Utd 1; Carmarthen 0, Risca 5; Llanelli 2, Ynysddu Welfare 0; Garden Village 2, Trefelin 3 (aet); Haverfordwest 3, Taffs Well 7.

In the Flintshire Junior Under-19s League, Niall Freeman scored four times as Chirk AAA secured an 8-3 success over visiting Rhydymwyn.

Joining Freeman, who netted a first-half hat-trick, on the scoresheet were Lewis Jones, Joe Roberts, Bradley Pearce and Cameron Roberts, while Ryan Davies (2) and Owen Manley replied for Rhydymwyn.

Ted Beeching and Josh Hancock scored a goal in each half as Brymbo Lodge won 2-1 at FC Brickfield, who hit back through Max Kulbida.

Jordan Walker, James Blackwell, Kobie Betts and Harri Mitchell were on target as Mynydd Isa Spartans secured a 4-2 home win over Llay Welfare Colts, who saw Kian Turton and Cameron Boyle net their replies.

Sunday's fixtures

Newfa Challenge Cup round two: Brickfield Rangers v Llay Welfare Colts; Brymbo Lodge v FC Brickfield; Mynydd Isa Spartans v Penycae; Penyffordd v Mold Alex.

U19s League: Holywell Town v Coedpoeth Utd.