CONWY Borough concluded their home fixtures with a 1-1 draw with Ruthin Town at Y Morfa.

The Tangerines were denied all three points by a late strike from prolific striker Llyr Morris, which leaves them unbeaten in three and clear of Huws Gray Alliance danger following their first campaign back in the second tier.

Warren Gibbs’ side can now relax in their three remaining fixtures, which begin with a trip to Gresford Athletic on Saturday.

Gibbs, said: “Overall I think a draw was probably a fair result. We never really got going first half and we were a bit flat and sloppy with our passing.

“We came out second half a different side and Corrig's volley has to be a contender for goal of the season, especially as it was with his so-called weaker foot.

“Ruthin came back at us as we expected but it was disappointing to concede so late having defended well all game.

“It's three games undefeated however, so we must take the positives going into our last three games.”

The home side went ahead on 54 minutes courtesy of striker Corrig McGonigle, who unleashed a ferocious long-range volley into the top corner to break the deadlock.

Chris Williams’ side were well in the game despite their deficit, and their persistence finally paid off a minute from time when league top score Morris demonstrated his trademark composure with a chance to steer home and ensure both sides secured a share of the spoils.

The result leaves Boro’ in 11th spot in the standings.