LLANDEGFAN ended a two-and-a-half year wait for an Anglesey League win on Saturday afternoon with a 2-1 victory at Pentraeth Reserves.

In the only league game of the weekend, the visitors pulled off a shock win to take them off the bottom of the table and onto four points.

After a narrow 1-0 defeat at Llanfairpwll two weeks ago, the visitors heads were up. However, they did find themselves 1-0 down at half time - birthday boy Lewis Owen striking to give Pentraeth Reserves a slender but deserved lead.

Llandeg woke up in the second 45 and were back in the game on 50 minutes. Def Parry hit an unstoppable free-kick in from 30 yards out to bring the visitors level.

The forward proved to be a handful throughout the game and so it was no surprise to see him go on to score the winner.

The deciding goal came when Man of the Match Anthony Williams-Crofts completed a great run down the wing and whipped the ball into Parry who finished from close range.

Arguably though, the match-defining moment came in the very last second of the game when Llandeg goalkeeper Duane Hunt, making his first start in two months after returning from injury, made a brilliant save to hand them a memorable three points.

Elsewhere, the Dargie Cup second round was completed after four teams progressed.

An own goal and goals from Tom Scott (2), Casey Gregg, Coby Doutch, Alex Hebenstreit handed Hotspur Reserves a 6-0 win over Holyhead Town on Friday night.

On Saturday, Cemaes Bay progressed with a 2-0 win at Valley thanks to Steven Whittaker and Ryan Folksman and Cefni, beaten 16-0 by Mountain Rangers last Saturday, beat the same opponents 2-1 this time around.

Finally, Llanfairpwll also made it through after beating Arriva Bangor 4-3 in a thriller. Kieran Williams, Jack Davies, Adam Thomas and Matty James scoring for the home side.