CLWB Pel Droed Bangor 1876 picked up another hugely impressive friendly success with a last-gasp 3-2 triumph at Bodedern Athletic.

The newly formed fan-owned club picked up their fourth consecutive pre-season victory with another accomplished display against a side that finished second in Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One last term following a memorable campaign.

Despite the eventual result it was the home side who began the brighter and they went ahead on 11 minutes through Jordan Taylor, who produced an exceptional finish past a trialist goalkeeper to break the deadlock.

This provoked a strong response from the visitors, who had a golden opportunity to level matters on 17 minutes when they were awarded a penalty, and talented teenager Benn Lundstram held his nerve to send the keeper the wrong way and tie things up.

The away side were now fully in the ascendancy and went ahead for the first time in the contest on 23 minutes when a neat passage of play presented an opportunity to Les Davies, and the legendary figure made no mistake with the finish to put Mel Jones’ side in front.

After the break saw Ricky Williams’ men begin the second period with an increased sense of urgency, and they managed to equalise late on with a well-timed effort on 87 minutes after a period of sustained pressure.

There was still time for further drama in a thoroughly entertaining contest, with 1876 grabbing a winner at the death thanks to another fine effort from Dylan Summers-Jones, who continued his excellent summer in front of goal to give his side another notable success against high-quality opposition.