KINMEL Bay’s excellent run of consecutive victories came to an end as they were held 2-2 at Aberffraw.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two side showed their fighting qualities to salvage a point after going two-down in the first period, and Andy Thomas’ men remain in second spot but are now six points behind leaders Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs having played three games more than the title favourites.

The home side started the contest on the front foot and they broke the deadlock on 29 minutes when Nathan Moore broke clear and finished well, and Bay’s task was made even more difficult with 43 gone when Gareth Hughes took advantage of some space to double the hosts’ advantage.

After the interval saw the visitors finally hit their stride, and György Szabó was on hand to reduce the arrears on 66 minutes to continue his outstanding recent efforts in front of goal.

With momentum now fully with the away side, they were handed the perfect opportunity for an equaliser after 69 minutes thanks to being awarded a penalty, and Ryan Hassett retained his composure to slot away the spot kick to level matters.

Despite dominating the closing stages of the contest, Thomas’ side were unable to conjure up a winner and had to be content with a point on their travels.

Bay will look to extend their lengthy unbeaten run when they travel to in-form Llannefydd on Saturday in the Take Stock Van Hire Cup first round.