ABERFFRAW secured a spot in the League Cup final with a stunning 2-0 home success over Gwalchmai.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One side will now contest for silverware at the end of the campaign after a fine first half display that played a leading role in their triumph.

This is the first time that Breffo have reached a final at fourth-tier level, which represents a significant achievement for the improving club.

They came out of the blocks flying and took the lead on seven minutes through a Gary Boulton finish, and the home side managed to seal a passage to the final stage of the competition with 21 gone thanks to a Nigel Moore strike.

Mynydd Llandegai booked their place in the Barritt Cup second round with a thrilling 6-5 extra time victory at Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs.

A brace apiece from Osian Jones and Alwyn Roberts did the majority of the damage, with Keiron Jones and Gavin Owen also on target for the visitors.

The Quarrymen ran them extremely close before falling late on and saw Meilir Williams (2), Sion Roberts (2) and Iwan Griffiths find the net.

Barmouth and Dyfrryn United also secured a second-round berth as goals from Joe Soar and Ben Williams after the break, but there was no such luck for Amlwch Town in their 5-2 reverse at Division One side Llanrwst United.

The away side were no match for the in-form Rwsters’ despite a spirited display, which saw them scored two consolations from Tom Wynne and Luke McGivern.