GWALCHMAI closed the gap on Gwynedd League leaders Menai Bridge Tigers thanks to a 2-1 home win over Bro Goronwy.

The hosts made a strong start to proceedings in difficult conditions and went ahead after just seven minutes when Cory Sinnott continued his excellent recent form with another well taken effort.

This was followed by another just before the break which came courtesy of Cian Owen on 37 minutes, and despite Bro halving the deficit after the interval through Liam Griffiths with 65 gone it was not enough to secure a share of the spoils.

They are now one point behind the Tigers having played a game more after the pacesetters’ home tie with Glantraeth fell victim to the weather with 35 minutes gone with the hosts’ enjoying a 3-1 cushion at the time of the decision.

Another to be left frustrated by the treacherous conditions were Talysarn Celts, with saw their contest with Bontnewydd abandoned after 72 minutes at 5-0.

A brace from Carl Jones did the majority of the damage as Nefyn United triumphed 3-1 over Mynydd Tigers, with David Thomas and Wayne Thomas firing in a brace apiece for Llangoed in their outstanding 6-1 rout at Waunfawr.