FOR THE first time this year, all the fixtures involving Kon-X Anglesey League sides went ahead on Saturday afternoon and as always there were plenty of goals scored.

Valley Athletic beat local rivals Caergybi 5-3 to keep their march for the title well and truly alive.

Top scorer Justin Williams scored two in quick succession to give Valley an early advantage before ex-Valley man Gary Jo Owen, chipped the ball over goalkeeper Jamie Owen to pull one back.

In the second half, Danny Roberts made it 3-1 to Valley with a fine header, before scoring again moments later with a very well taken finish.

Caergybi went down to 10 men as defender Scott Pettersen was deemed to have fouled Justin Williams who was running through on goal.

With around 15 minutes left to play, Caergybi were given a penalty which captain Dewi Thomas stepped up to take and converted for 4-2.

Valley then had a penalty after the lively Justin Williams was fouled. He stepped up to convert Valley’s fifth goal of the match and complete his hat-trick, netting his 23rd goal of the campaign.

Caergybi went down to nine men before the end as Glenn North received a second yellow card for dissent. The final goal came when Caergybi's Kurt Harris made it 5-3.

Elsewhere in the division, Arriva Bangor enjoyed a 7-2 win against Llandegfan. Andy Clarke scored a hat-trick for the home side and Matthew Jones and Sammie Williams hit a brace each. Ryan Hughes netted twice for the visitors.

In the Megan Cup, a determined Bryngwran Bulls side beat Llangoed Reserves 3-1. James Ryan bagged a brace for Richard Owen's side before Andrew Bailey added the other. Kieran Owen scored for the Reserves.

Finally, Bodorgan maintained their good run of form with a 5-1 victory over Pentraeth Reserves in the Bwlch Car Boot Trophy. The formidable strike partnership of Danny Connolly and Luke Allaway made the difference with Connolly scoring a hat-trick and Allaway netting twice. Danny Roberts scored for the Reserves.