GLAN Conwy’s fairy tale first season back at Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One level continued with a 2-1 home win over Llanrug United.

The newly promoted side now sit in third spot following their latest triumph with only Holyhead Hotspur and Denbigh Town ahead of them in the standings.

Howard Vaughan’s side got off to the perfect start when Keating Hoepike converted a chance after just two minutes to give them an early advantage, but they were pegged back after the break thanks to a Carl Griffiths strike with 70 on the clock.

Credit to the home side, who rallied extremely well following the leveller and managed to claim all three points on 87 minutes when Ben Jarvis finished calmly at the far post.

Llandudno Albion got their campaign back on track thanks to an impressive 4-1 success at Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs.

First half goals from Adam Hold, Dave Maddock and Joe Carey gave Darren Jones’ side a commanding cushion at the break, and despite Bryn Humphries netting a consolation for the hosts on 80 minutes it did not have an impact on the overall result as Carey despatched his second of the afternoon with three remaining.

Llanrwst United also extended their positive run of recent results with a creditable 2-2 draw at Nantlle Vale.

Goals from prolific striker Callum Parry and Leon Doran were enough to give the Rwsters’ a deserved point on their travels, with Dion Roberts and Cai Henshaw netting either side of half time for the home side.