LLANDUDNO picked up a valuable point in their fight for JD Welsh Premier League survival with a thrilling 3-3 draw at Caernarfon Town.

Manager Iwan Williams marked his return to The Oval with a share of the spoils in a rearranged fixture from Boxing Day’s power cut, and the two sides are set to square off again at The Giant Hospitality Stadium on New Year’s Day.

A crazy opening to proceedings saw Tudno go ahead within the opening minute when a George Harry effort from long range beat Alex Ramsay and found the top corner, but the home side got back on level terms when Sion Bradley finished well with three on the clock.

The outstanding Alun Webb was a thorn in the Cofis’ side all afternoon and he got the visitors back in front after six minutes following good work from Leo Smith, with away custodian Connor Roberts doing well to prevent a leveller from Gareth Evans during an end to end start to the contest.

Sean Eardley’s side were handed a route back into the contest on 31 minutes when they were awarded a penalty, and skipper Nathan Craig held his nerve to fire past Roberts and restore parity to the score line.

There was still time for further drama at the end of the half, and it was Webb who was the hero once again with another wonderful effort in stoppage time to give the away side a slender lead at the interval.

After the break saw the frantic tempo slow somewhat which saw both sides enjoy moments of possession, and Jones spurned a good chance after 68 minutes for his second of the day when he curled s shot wide.

The Canaries kept plugging away and they finally got their reward on 82 minutes when former Porthmadog playmaker Sion Bradley capped off an outstanding individual display with his second=d to ensure both sides had something to show from a thoroughly entertaining affair.