CLWB Pel Droed Bangor 1876 picked up their third consecutive friendly success with a 3-1 home triumph over Greenfield.

Hundreds of supporters descended on Treborth once again to support the new fan-owned club, who picked up a notable scalp against higher league opposition to further ready themselves for their inaugural campaign in a competitive environment.

Dion Jones and Dylan Summers-Jones both went close for the home side during the opening exchanges, with Leon Jones producing a fine stop to deny Brett Johns at the other end.

Both sides had efforts ruled out for offside midway through the half, but the deadlock was finally broken after the interval when Jamie Petrie was sent through on goal to fire in the opener for Mel Jones’ side on 54 minutes.

The visitors enjoyed large spells of possession after going a goal behind but were unable to make the most of any chances that came their way, and they were made to pay when substitute Benn Lundstram’s exceptional right-foot volley found its way into the net.

Once again, the away side responded incredibly well to the setback, and this time they did manage to make the most of their dominance when prolific forward Sam Jones’ deft finish hit the target to reduce the arrears.

The home side had to withstand heavy pressure immediately following the restart to prevent an equaliser, and they were presented with a golden chance to all-but seal their tie late on when Summers-Jones was felled in the box.

A young substitute trialist stepped up to put away the spot kick with virtually the final action of the game to send the home faithful home happy once again.