BODEDERN Athletic’s FAW Trophy dream goes on after they secure an eye-catching 1-0 victory over Chirk AAA.

It has been another outstanding so far for the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One side, and they booked their place in the third round with a hard-fought victory against the 2017 cup winners following a

The home side managed to break the deadlock after an impressive start on 23 minutes when in-form Aidan Clark continued his exceptional recent run of goalscoring form with another well-taken finish.

They had to ride their luck in the second period as the visitors went in search of a leveller, but Athletic weathered the storm and saw out the remainder of the contest comfortably to make it four Lock Stock Welsh Alliance sides in the next stage of the competition.

There was no such luck for Nantlle Vale, who saw their Trophy quest end with a narrow 3-2 defeat at Pwllheli.

A brace from Dafydd Jones did the majority of the damage, with Jason Banks also on target for the home side to cancel out efforts from Phil Warrington and Sion Wyn Williams.

Mynydd Llandegai also bowed out after suffering a 5-2 defeat at Plas Madoc.