MENAI Bridge Tigers dropped their first points of the Gwynedd League season as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Nefyn United.

The title hopefuls remain unbeaten but lost their 100 per cent record after being pegged back by a spirited United side, leaving the pacesetters four points clear at the summit after nine games.

The visitors got off to a good start and took the lead on the half-hour mark when Kevin Frazer found the net following a period of sustained pressure, but the hosts came out with a renewed sense of purpose after the interval and secured a share of the spoils on 75 when Llion Jones levelled proceedings.

A sensational display on their travels saw Llanystumdwy pick up an elusive first league win thanks to a 5-3 success at Bro Goronwy.

Bradley Williams was the star of the show for the away side and marked his performance with a second-half hat-trick, with Morgan Griffiths and Rob Griffiths also finding the target.

In the Bob Owen Memorial Shield, Gwion Thomas hit a brace for Gwalchmai in their resounding 5-0 first round victory over Llangoed, and Waunfawr also progressed to the next stage of the competition thanks to a 3-2 extra-time triumph at Mynydd Tigers.

The visitors looked to have won the game courtesy of a Kevin Barlow effort early on, but they conceded a stoppage-time leveller in dramatic fashion when Kieron Bullock finished well to send the game into an additional 30 minutes.

Goals from Marc Greasley and Meurig Parry ensured the away side eventually found a way to advance.