FLINT MOUNTAIN continue their quest for trophies this weekend.

Aden Shannon's side have won the North East Wales FA Challenge Cup and Ardal North West League title over the last week and they're looking to complete a treble with the League Cup.

Mountain, who saw Mike Hayes grab a hat-trick in the 6-1 midweek win over Llannefydd to seal the title, go to Llanrhaeadr tomorrow for a League Cup semi-final.

Having lifted the North East Wales FA Cup a week ago, the trophy cabinet at Flint could be bulging at the end of the season.

In tomorrow’s other semi-final, Holyhead Hotspur take on Bow Street.

Llay Welfare will have a new manager in charge next season.

Mike Price will take over from current boss Mike Gadie, who becomes the club’s assistant manager.

Price said: “I’d like to thank the club for giving me the opportunity.

“I wanted to get back into football and after a recent conversation with Foxy about his vision for the club and the American interest, the opportunity excites me and hopefully we can take the club forward.

“We have started making plans for pre-season and getting dates in the diary and I’m looking forward to getting going.”

It still remains up in the air what league Llay will be in next season.

Runners-up spot has been secured in the Ardal North West League and they will face Bow Street in a play-off final to gain a place in Cymru North next season.

But the club have been denied a Tier 2 licence by the Football Association of Wales although they hope that decision could be overturned.

Llay host Bethesda Athletic on the back of a 4-2 midweek win at home to St Asaph City.

Jon Collo (2), Scott Swords and an own goal earned them the points.

St Asaph head to Y Felinheli, who beat Nantlle Vale 2-1 on Wednesday, while Llanrwst United were 3-2 winners over Bethesda Athletic.

In the North East League, Llanuwchllyn complete their season with a trip to Builth Wells.

Bow Street pipped Llanuwchllyn to second spot thanks to Wednesday’s 3-1 win at Dolgellau.

Cefn Albion battered Penycae 7-3 to grab the local bragging rights.

Josh Astley scored four with Tom Smith, Josh Valentine and Conner Kendrick also in target. Tom Edwards (2) and Harry Bowen hit back for the hosts.

There’s still a raft of fixtures to be played out in the FAW Reserves North League.

Connah’s Quay Nomads, The New Saints and Llandudno have the top three places all wrapped up.

Chirk AAA finished fifth after Callum Taylor (2) and Brad Pearce scored in their 3-0 midweek win over Porthmadog, who visit bottom club Buckley Town tomorrow.

Holywell Town, who thrashed Denbigh Town 4-1 on Tuesday thanks to goals from Iwan Peters, Jack Pennington, Lewis Jones and Beau Denton, go to Mold Alex.

In the Tier 3 League, Rhos Aelwyd and Hawarden Rangers are still in with a chance of pipping Flint Mountain to runners-up spot.

Hawarden edged our Rhos 2-1 in midweek, Josh Jones bagging a match-winning double as Aled Dodd hit back.

Rangers host Pwllheli tomorrow while Rhos go to Llangollen Town.

Despite goals from Sam Henry and Mark Foster, Mountain lost 3-2 at Llangollen in midweek. Will Cooke (2) and Ewen Dennis were Town’s marksmen.

Brickfield Rangers, who smashed St Asaph City 6-0 in midweek, host Llanrwst United.

Paige Wilding (3), Harvey Jones, Oscar Egerton and Jack Honey got the goals .

There’s just one game in the North East Wales League where Connah’s Quay Town go to Greenfield in the Premier Division.

Sam Edwards, Brett Johns, Matty Bennett, Ben Sim, Kei Roberts and Jack Gibbons are all out for Greenfield.