Y FELINHELI produced a fine attacking display to secure a 6-1 home win over Llandudno Amateurs.

The promoted hopefuls enjoyed a profitable day at the office against the newly promoted Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two side, which saw them go ahead early on when Iwan Owen produced a quick-fire brace on ten and 11 minutes to put the home side in the ascendancy.

Aron Rodgers hit a consolation for the away side after the break, but Carwyn Dafydd, Owen and Rhodri Dafydd all hit the target in the second period to condemn the Amateurs’ to defeat.

Gaerwen moved back to the summit thanks to an emphatic 9-3 victory at inconsistent Llandudno Junction.

A brace apiece from Shaun Monument and Iwan Williams did the majority of the damage, with Connor Gordon, Tim Cavanagh, Darren Lewthwaite and an own goal rounding off a fine afternoon for the visitors, who moved two points above Holyhead Town having played a game more than their championship rivals.

A hat trick from Gareth Jones gave Pwllheli an impressive 3-1 win at Penmaenmawr Phoenix, but there was no such luck for Amlwch Town, who fell to a heavy 7-1 loss at Kinmel Bay thanks in no small part to the performance of striker Matty Griffiths, who hit five goals in the rout.

Another standout performer on the day was Rhys Roberts, who played a starring role in Pentraeth’s narrow 3-2 triumph at Gwalchmai.

The pacey forward found the net on three occasions to give his side the points, with Marc Evans and Cory Sinnot’s goals for the home side not enough to secure a share of the spoils.