GLANTRAETH moved to within one point of Gwynedd League leaders Menai Bridge Tigers with a 3-1 win at Llangoed.

The recently reformed side emerged with another three points thanks to a polished display throughout, and they closed the gap on the long-time pacesetters but have played three more games than their title rivals.

The visitors began the game on the front foot and went ahead on 12 minutes when Rory Kelly converted a chance, and they managed to double their tally soon after when Tim Cavanagh finished well with 25 gone.

This was swiftly followed by a third which arrived courtesy of a Nick Clark strike after 35 minutes, and despite a solitary consolation from Jamie Roberts it was not enough to alter the overall outcome of the game in the second period.

Bro Goronwy moved up to fifth position in the standings thanks to a narrow 2-1 victory over Bontnewydd.

Andy Williams gave the home side an early lead with a well-taken effort on 22 minutes, but they were pegged back after the interval when the prolific Ian Pleming levelled matters with 76 on the clock.

There was still time for further drama, which arrived five minutes from time when Taylor Jones found the corner to secure a hard-fought success for the hosts.

Nefyn United secured a notable triumph on their travels with a 4-0 win at Waunfawr, with Karl Jones (2), Daniel Roberts and Llion Jones on target.