GLANTRAETH began life without manager Warren Gibbs with a 3-2 home victory over Gwynedd League rivals Llangoed.

Despite the eventual result it was the away side that drew first blood when Mattie Owen converted a chance on 20 minutes, but Traeth responded well after the interval and levelled matters courtesy of an Andy Clarke effort with 58 gone.

The same player was on hand to give the home side the lead for the first time in the contest on 63 minutes after another period of pressure, with the visitors striking back on 70 through Jay Finter.

There was still time for further drama which arrived on 87 minutes, and Tim Evans was the hero with a late winner to secure three points for the hosts.

Bro Goronwy sealed a passage to the Gwynedd Cup third round with an impressive 3-2 success at Talysarn Celts.

Andy Williams gave the away side an early lead on 20 minutes, but they found themselves behind after the break after goals in quick succession from Jac Jones and Thomas Usher.

The visitors launched a stunning fightback for the remainder of the second period and levelled after 75 minutes through Connor Jones, before Rob Tysdale found the net for a winner with five remaining.

Nefyn United advance to the third round of the Bob Owen Memorial Shield with a 4-2 home triumph over Gwalchmai.

Although they fell behind to a Corry Sinnott effort early on, strikes from Daniel Roberts, Guto Sion, Llion Jones and a Paul Thomas own goal were enough to see them progress, with Gwion Thomas hitting the target for the away side in the second half.