BARMOUTH and Dyffryn United picked up a valuable point on their travels with a 3-3 draw at Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One rivals St Asaph City.

It was an extremely positive start to proceedings from the home side, who went in front after 13 minutes when Oliver Parsonage burst clear and finished well.

This was met by a swift leveller from the visitors which arrived on the quarter hour mark when a Joe Ephraim corner evaded everyone and somehow flew into the net.

Things went from bad-to-worse for the hosts after 28 minutes when Andrew Papirnyk gave the away side the lead for the first time in the contest.

After the break saw the Saints rewarded for their improved ply on 58 minutes when Paul Fleming continued his fine recent run of form with the equaliser, and they regained the advantage on 67 thanks to an excellent strike from Simon Fawcett.

Victory eluded them late on when Papirnyk latched on to a through ball and slotted home to give his side a point for their efforts.

David Jones hit a brace for Llanberis in their home clash with Llandyrnog United, but Conor Jones matched this achievement with a two-goal salvo of his own to ensure both sides went home with a share of the spoils in a 2-2 stalemate.

There was no such luck for Penrhyndeudraeth, who were beaten 2-0 at Llanrwst United.