BODEDERN Athletic and Llangefni Town remain neck-and-neck for the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One title after both secured weekend victories.

Just two points separate the promotion hopefuls ahead of the run-in, with Cefni also having a game in hand with plenty of drama still to come between now and the end of the season.

Athletic had to dig deep to secure a 2-1 home success over a Greenfield side that pushed them all the way.

Ryan Taylor opened the scoring for the hosts on 25 minutes, before the prolific Stephen Whittaker doubled their tally after the break in clinical fashion with 55 gone.

The outstanding Aidan Roxburgh halved the deficit a minute after the hour mark, and although Ricky Williams’ men rode their luck in the closing stages, they held on for another crucial three points.

Town also secured a notable result thanks to a hard-fought 2-1 victory at Llandyrnog United.

Jimmy McInally’s side took a shock lead on 25 minutes through a sensational volley from Danny Roberts, and they frustrated Cefni for virtually the entirety of the contest until Kevin Lloyd pounced on 76 minutes to level matters with an effort that went in off the post, With the game heading towards a stalemate, the away side were awarded a penalty on 86 minutes, and Lloyd held his nerve to put away the spot kick and seal the win.

Nantlle Vale were unable to impact things at the summit as they fell to a 3-0 loss at league-leading Llandudno Albion, with Llanberis and Llanrug United playing out a goalless draw.

Shane Jones hit five for Barmouth and Dyffryn United in the resounding 6-1 home rout over St Asaph City, with Craig Wheeler, Dylan Williams and Carwyn Roberts on target for Mynydd Llandegai in their 3-2 success over Llanrwst United.