KINMEL Bay extended their impressive recent run of results with a 2-1 triumph at Holyhead Town.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two side showed their mettle to come from a goal down and secure another valuable three points against strong opposition, leaving them in fifth ahead of their next outing at home to newly promoted Llandudno Amateurs on Saturday.

Things did not begin well for the visitors, who fell behind early on thanks to a neat finish from Bryn Roberts after a period of strong pressure from the Harbourmen.

Matthew Marsh-Evans spurned a good opportunity to level matters on the stroke of half-time for the away side, but they came out after the break with a renewed sense of purpose and upped the tempo considerably.

Their improved possession finally brought dividends on 65 minutes when prolific striker Matty Griffiths latched on to a superb long-range pass from Gyorgy Szabo before unleashing a stunning effort into the top corner to level proceedings.

A scintillating save from Bay stopper Gethin Hughes soon after denied the home side another route back into the ascendancy, leaving the contest up for grabs heading into the final moments.

The deciding moment of the encounter arrived on 82 minutes and went in favour of the visitors, who got their noses in front for the first time thanks to a well-struck half volley from Jordan Worthington after an exceptional cross from talented full-back Sam Smith.

The away side held firm in the closing stages to see out the clash and secure their third victory on the road this term, moving them seven points behind pacesetters Gwalchmai with a game in hand.