LLANNERCHYMEDD remain on top of the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two standings despite falling to a 6-3 reverse at Aberffraw.

The in-form side suffered their second defeat in eight fourth tier contests so far this term, with a brace apiece from Nathan Moore and Richard Roberts doing the majority of the damage for the impressive home side.

Rob Jones also secured a double to try and get the away side back into the game, but efforts from Connor Reece and Gary Bolton late ensured they had nothing to show for their efforts.

Blaenau Ffestiniog were unable to take advantage of their slip-up and suffered their first loss of the campaign thanks to a 4-0 hammering at Llannefydd.

Tomos Davies was the star of the show with a two-goal salvo for the home side, with Ed Jones and Ynyr Clwyd hitting the target in the second period to complete the rout.

Goals from Asa Thomas and Gary Jo Owen were not enough to prevent Holyhead Town from falling to a heavy 6-2 loss at Meliden, with Amlwch Town on the wrong end of a 2-1 defeat at Kinmel Bay.

Iwan Pugh’s first half strike for Pentraeth looked to have secured a memorable win over title chasing Glan Conwy, but Connor Phillips equalised a minute from time in a 1-1 stalemate.

Gaerwen netted four times through Connor Gordon (2), Chris Bennett and Joe Lawson, but they lost 5-4 at home to Pwllheli.