JUST one Gwynedd League contest managed to survive the 90 minutes due to adverse weather, with Glantraeth moving into third position with a 2-1 win at Waunfawr.

The recently reformed side continue to show there is life after departed manager Warren Gibbs thanks to another determined display in treacherous conditions, and they are now seven points behind league leaders Menai Bridge Tigers having played a game more.

Despite the eventual result it was the home side that drew first blood on nine minutes when Jac Evans converted an opportunity, but this was met by a swift response from the visitors in the form of a leveller from the prolific Andy Clarke with 15 gone.

This swung the momentum in Traeth’s favour and they took full advantage soon after when a neat passage of play resulted in Dylan Williams hitting the target on 20 minutes, and they held on for the remainder of the contest for another three points.

Menai Bridge Tigers were left frustrated as their trip to second place Gwalchmai was halted after 65 minutes due to bad light, with the away side holding a 2-1 cushion when the game was cancelled.

Another side left cursing the conditions were Nefyn United, who had a commanding 4-0 lead at half-time at home to Talysarn Celts when their match was abandoned at the break.

The clash between Llanystumdwy and Bontnewydd was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, and Mynydd Tigers were unable to raise a team for their home tie with Bro Goronwy.