GLAN Conwy clinched the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two title with a resounding 3-0 home win over Pwllheli.

Howard Vaughan’s men moved ahead of long-time leaders Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs with a final day victory against their one-time promotion rivals, with skipper Mark Orme lifting the silverware before retiring to focus on his new role as assistant manager at Colwyn Bay.

A scrappy opening to proceedings brought little in the way of goalmouth action, but the hosts finally broke the deadlock on the half hour mark when Darren Landers made the most of the space afforded him to fire in the opener.

The home side wasted no time in making an impact after the break, doubling their advantage on 46 minutes when Landers rose at the far post to head in his second of the afternoon in fine style.

This was followed up by another sweeping attacking move on the hour mark that presented yet another chance to Landers, who rounded off a clinical display with another composed finish to complete his hat-trick.

Vaughan’s side were unable to add to their tally for the remainder of the game, but saw it out in comfortable fashion to seal the title and finish two points ahead of the Quarrymen.

A club spokesman, said: “So proud of the lads for this season. We thought at the end of November we had no chance of winning the league. But from one down at half time to Gaerwen they all stood up to be counted, went on a 14 game unbeaten run (13 wins) and deserve what they have achieved.”