Y FELINHELI remain narrowly on top of Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two following a comfortable 3-home win over Aberffraw.

The promotion hopefuls stayed ahead of Penmaenmawr Phoenix on goal difference thanks to their tenth victory in 14 league contests, and they extended their unbeaten home record to seven in the process.

A strong start from the hosts saw them break the deadlock on six minutes when Rhys Parry converted a chance, and they doubled their cushion just before the break when Iwan Owen’s strike found its way into the net.

After the interval saw the visitors grow more into the game but failed to find a way past the resolute home rear-guard, and they were undone again on the hour mark when Carwyn Daffydd continued his fine recent form to complete the scoring.

Gwalchmai’s championship aspirations were severely dented as they were beaten 4-1 at a resurgent Barmouth and Dyffryn United.

First half goals from Stephen Bratt and Robbie Murfett put the Magpies in control, and a pair of efforts from Rob Owen and Bobby Griffiths in the second period cancelled out a consolation from Mark Jones.

Gaerwen benefitted from their slip-up and moved into third thanks to a 4-1 triumph at Pentraeth with goals from Gethin Davies, Iwan Williams, Sean Pritchard and Chris Bennett. Rhys Roberts netted the home side’s effort from the penalty spot.

There was no such luck for Amlwch Town, who were beaten 3-0 at home by Penmaenmawr Phoenix.