ABERFFRAW turned in another workmanlike display to secure a 2-1 home win over Y Felinheli.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two side occupy third position in the standings in what has been a memorable campaign to date, and they wasted no time in making an impact thanks to a Stephen Jenkins strike with nine on the clock.

Aber spurned a host of opportunities to extend their advantage throughout the first period, and they were made to pay after the break when the visitors hit back through Iwan Owen on 72 minutes.

This joy proved to be short-lived as the home side regained the advantage at a crucial stage when Richard Roberts finished well to give them their 15th victory in 27 fourth tier outings this term.

Holyhead Town picked up a valuable point as they look to climb out of trouble thanks to a 2-2 home draw with Gaerwen.

A brace from Jordie Murphy in the second period looked to be enough to give the Harbourmen all three points, but they were denied a triumph at the death when Callum Williams levelled matters in stoppage time for his second of the afternoon.

Pentraeth consolidated their position in tenth spot with an impressive 3-1 win over basement dwellers Amlwch Town.

A two-goal salvo from Dion Williams did the majority of the damage, with Marquis Holland also on target for the hosts.