GOALKEEPER Nic Bould was the hero for Mynydd Llandegai as they rescued a 3-3 home draw against Denbigh Town.

The stopper netted a stoppage time equaliser to secure a share of the spoils against the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One leaders in dramatic fashion, leaving them in eighth spot after an impressive start to the campaign.

The home side held firm in the face of some stern pressure early on and took a shock lead on six minutes when Osian Jones latched on to a long kick from Bould to fire past Anton Sarnowski and open the scoring.

Things got even better for the hosts midway through the half when they were awarded a spot kick on 21 after Chris Bennett was adjudged to have fouled Ben Parker.

Parker dusted himself off to despatch the penalty and double the home side’s advantage, but Dewi Llion’s men responded extremely well to the setback and secured a route back into the game through a spot kick of their own from Jake Walker with 31 gone.

After the break saw Town level matters on 48 minutes thanks to a header from skipper Mark Roberts, and they looked to have sealed an unlikely triumph late on when Walker turned in his second of the afternoon with five remaining.

There was still time for more drama, which came in the final moments when a Sarnowski punch fell to Bould for the leveller to spark wild scenes of celebration.

There was no such luck for Penrhydeudraeth as a solitary Kieron Roberts strike condemned them to a 1-0 loss at Greenfield, with goals from Richard Williams and Aden Clark either side of half time not enough for Bodedern Athletic in their 3-2 home reverse at the hands of Glan Conwy.