LLANDUDNO Albion suffered another blow to their fading Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One title hopes as they suffered a shock 1-0 home reverse to Llandyrnog United.

Darren Jones’ side were unable to make inroads t the summit during what was a disappointing day at the office, and they fell behind on the half hour mark when Will Ashley marked his return to the United fold with a well-taken finish.

The home side dominated possession for large parts of the contest in horrendous conditions thereafter, but they were unable to convert any of the chances that came their way and had nothing to show for their effort, leaving them in fifth spot and five points behind leaders Bodedern Athletic having played two games more.

Llandudno Junction were unable to build on last weekend’s victory and fell to a heavy 4-0 reverse at Greenfield.

The hosts went into the break with a comfortable cushion after prolific forward Shaun Beck netted a quick-fire brace on 27 and 39 minutes, before Connor Hughes trebled their advantage with 43 gone.

The Railwaymen fought hard after the break and defended resolutely, but they conceded a fourth late on when Beck capped off a clinical display in front of goal with his hat-trick two minutes from time.

Llanrwst United’s clash at Mynydd Llandegai was postponed due to high winds.

Controversy surrounded the Division Two clash between Penmaenmawr Phoenix and Pwllheli, with the game abandoned after 82 minutes.

Pwll’ had a comfortable two-goal lead thanks to strikes from Martin Smith and Jake Jones, but the referee called off the contest due to the worsening conditions in the closing stages.

Glan Conwy’s trip to Llannefydd and Mochdre Sports’ visit to Pentraeth were both postponed due to waterlogged pitches.