LLANRUG United finally kick-started their Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One campaign with a 3-1 home win over Llandudno Albion.

Darren Jones’ men began the game on the front foot and went ahead on ten minutes when David Maddock extended his exceptional start to the season with another composed finish.

This was met by an incredibly strong response from United during the remainder of the clash, with a two-goal salvo from Jonathan Sadler and an Alan Mark Owen finish proving to be the difference for the home side in their best performance of the campaign to date.

Mynydd Llandegai mounted a sensational late fightback to secure a 4-3 triumph at newly promoted Glan Conwy.

Howard Vaughan’s men got off to a tremendous start and went ahead on 28 minutes courtesy of a Conor Davies effort, and the same player was on hand to double their advantage with another well-taken finish with 40 on the clock.

The visitors got a crucial goal in first half stoppage time through Damien Smith to get them into the contest, but Glan pulled further away following the interval when a superb strike from prolific forward Jordan Phillips restored their two-goal cushion on 50 minutes.

This looked to be enough to give the home side their third straight win, but an Osian Jones brace – one from the penalty spot – and a solitary Smith effort to seal his brace rounded off a remarkable fightback.

Dean Redmond (2) and Callum Thomas were on target for Bodedern Athletic in their comfortable 3-1 success over basement dwellers Prestatyn Sports, and Rob Hughes produced two fine strikes for Nantlle Vale in their eye-catching 4-1 win at Llandyrnog United.

There was no such luck for Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs, who were beaten 4-2 at ome to Llanrwst United despite goals from Sion Roberts and Kieron Ellis, and an early Thomas Smith finish was not enough for Penrhyndeudraeth in their 3-1 reverse to Greenfield.

In-form Tomos Saynor was the difference-maker once again for Llanberis, who secured a narrow 1-0 success at St Asaph City.