BODEDERN Athletic and Llangefni Town remain neck-and-neck in their quest for the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One title.

Both sides came through their weekend fixtures with three points, which means Cefni still hold a slender one-point advantage ahead of what is sure to be a dramatic run in.

Rickey Williams’ Athletic side emerged from their tricky fixture against Prestatyn Sports with a 2-1 home win, but they fell behind with 58 on the clock as Ian Dunn took full advantage of the space afforded to him and fire the opener for the away side.

This was met by an extremely swift response from the hosts, who restored parity to the score-line on 62 minutes when Richie Williams finished well after a prolonged period of possession.

Athletic were now fully in the ascendancy and they made the most of another outstanding move on 78 minutes, and this time it was Aden Clarke who was the beneficiary when he steered home a chance to put Athletic ahead and seal the win.

Town also came away from a home contest with St Asaph City with a narrow success, with a superb Liam Morris strike enough to separate the two sides in a 1-0 victory.

Goals from Liam Willingham and Andy Barker were not enough to give Mynydd Llandegai a share of the spoils in a 3-2 home loss to table-topping Llandudno Albion, with a Sion Jones brace giving Barmouth and Dyffryn United a 2-2 draw at basement dwellers Llandudno Junction.

Llanberis and Penrhyndeudreath both had something to show for their efforts in a 1-1 draw, with Nantlle Vale beaten 1-0 at home to Greenfield.