BANGOR City extended their unbeaten start to the JD Cymru North season with a 1-0 victory at Porthmadog.

The Citizens’ came away from their tricky looking trip to Y Traeth with an eye-catching success with another polished display, and Stephan Vaughan Jr’s men face another busy week of action as a result of their season starting late following their dispute with the Football Association of Wales.

City make the trip to Conwy Borough in the Nathaniel MG Cup on Wednesday evening, before returning to league action against Flint Town United at the EuroGold Stadium on Tuesday.

A strong start to the first period from the visitors saw them go in front on 35 minutes when Emmanuel Agyemang demonstrated his class once again with a neat finish to continue his excellent recent run of form.

Things almost got better for the away side just before the break when Francesco Serafino’s thumping attempt rattled the cross bar, and although they spurned a host of opportunities following the interval they managed to hold on for another three points.

Vaughan Jr bolstered his squad further with the deadline day acquisition of talented young goalkeeper Jack Atkinson.

The 18-year-old represented Liverpool, Everton and Shrewsbury Town as a youngster and has recently been training with the U23 squad at Barclays Premiership side Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Atkinson will provide stern competition for current first-choice goalkeeper Gabriele Brino and number two Gennaro Cuomo.

Vaughan Jr, said: “Jack is a very promising young goalkeeper with a brilliant attitude. He has trained with us for a few weeks now and impressed in the friendlies he’s played in.

“He is someone who, in time, is going to a really top goalkeeper and will be good competition for the number one jersey.”