MYNYDD Llandegai managed to cause a stir at the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One summit after holding Llandudno Albion to a 2-2 draw.

The third-tier side showed tremendous character to overcome a two-goal deficit at the break to claim a share of the spoils against the league leaders, leaving them occupying 11th spot after nine games Darren Jones’ side got off to a strong start and went ahead on 19 minutes through a neat finish from Adam Hold, and they increased their advantage thanks to a fine effort from Dan Roberts with 22 on the clock.

The game took on a different demeanour after the break as the visitors got themselves back into the clash, and they were rewarded for their improved play on 64 minutes when Josh Owen fund some space to put away a chance.

There was still time for further drama, which arrived on 80 minutes when Osian Jones was presented with an opportunity, and he remained composed to ensure both sides had something to show for their efforts.

Bodedern Athletic’s resurgence continued thanks to a 4-2 victory at basement dwellers Llandyrnog United.

Aidan Clark maintained his fine run in front of goal since returning from injury during the clash, finding the net on two occasions to further highlight his importance to the set-up.

The visitors also had Casey Boylan and Eric Leach find the net in order to secure three points against a spirited United side, with Daniel Lewis and Craig Jones scoring for Jimmy McInally’s side.