Perry was forced into changes as the experienced Warren Duckett and Ant Williams were ruled out.
In an attacking 3 5 2 formation Town started well with both Sharples and Pierce failing to take good chances.
The opening goal arrived from recent signing Phil Molyneux who picked the ball up some 40 yards out as he ran and fired in a long range effort after 31 minutes.
Chances continued to go begging and as half time approached you wondered if these would be costly.
Half time Perry changed the shape bringing on Sean James for his 2nd appearance from the bench and within 2 minutes of restart Alan Bull added a 2nd. This saw Denbigh take control and Flint keeper Dalton made several decent saves to keep his side in game.
As the game went on Flint had plenty of possession but Denbigh held firm and got a deserved 3 points to continue their push for a top 4 finish.