GWALCHMAI suffered a blow to their Lock Stock Welsh Alliance title hopes after they fell to a 3-1 loss at Llandudno Junction.

The Railwaymen turned over the championship challengers with a determined display that saw them go ahead on 11 minutes when Mark Jones went on an outstanding individual run that was matched by his finish.

After the break saw the home side pull further clear on 50 minutes when Jack Williams converted a chance following a period of pressure, only for the visitors to get themselves back into the game through a Gavin Sharpe effort with 65 on the clock.

The hosts withstood some considerable pressure to retain their slender lead immediately following the restart, and they wrapped up proceedings on 75 minutes when Williams converted his second of the contest to round off the scoring.

There was better fortune for Pwllheli, who emerged from their home clash against Llandudno Amateurs with a comfortable 4-1 home triumph.

A brace either side of half time from Dafydd Jones did the majority of the damage, with Jason Banks and Mark Jones also on target for the home side.

Sandy Malone’s side started the contest well and went ahead through Aaron Rogers on 27 minutes before Pwll’ mounted their fightback.

Pentraeth made an impact at the top of the standings by holding league-leading Penmaenmawr Phoenix to a 0-0 draw away from home.