LLANDUDNO Albion continue to head the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One standings after a 3-2 victory at Mynydd Llandegai.

Darren Jones’ men showed their fighting qualities to extend their incredible second half of the campaign, and although they are set to fall short of title rivals Bodedern Athletic and Llangefni Town, all signs point to a championship tilt next term given their recent run of results.

The visitors wasted no time in making an impact on proceedings when Danial Evans linked up superbly with Dave Maddock to fire them in front with just three minutes on the clock.

Albion wasted a number of good opportunities on increase their lead throughout the first period, and they were punished early in the second half when a Liam Willingham strike brought an equaliser on 48 minutes.

This visibly motivated the home side further and they took the lead for the first time on 63 minutes when Andy Barker produced a composed finish that sailed into the corner.

Credit to the away side for bouncing back exceptionally well to the latest setback, which brought with it a leveller of their own on 77 minutes when the prolific Maddock was sent through and held his nerve to put away the opportunity.

There was still time for a further twist which came on 87 minutes, and once again it was Maddock was proved to be the difference-maker with another clinical finish to secure a 17th success in 25 league contests for the Albion, who face a pivotal clash at Llangefni Town on Saturday.

Llandudno Junction concluded a disappointing season with a creditable 2-2 home draw with Barmouth and Dyffryn United.

The basement dwellers came from behind on two occasions thanks to goals from Curtis Cooper and Jack Nettleton, with SION Jones hitting a brace for the Magpies.