A WONDER goal from Morgan Owen enabled Glan Conwy to reclaim second spot with a 2-0 victory at Llanrug United.

The newly promoted side continue to make significant waves upon their return to the third tier and picked up another important three points in their quest for a top-four finish.

Howard Vaughan’s men got the game off to a bright start and they were rewarded with the opener on nine minutes when a sustained period of possession presented a chance to Aaron Boyle, who made no mistake with the finish.

Better was to come later on in the half courtesy of Colwyn Bay loanee Owen, ho unleashed a 40-yard strike that caught the home custodian off guard and flew into the net to double their advantage.

After the break saw the away side forced to withstand some heavy pressure as United looked for a route back into the tie, but they comfortably dealt with the hosts threat to see out the contest in comfortable fashion for their 12th win in 22 league games.

Llanrwst United’s unbeaten away record now stands at eight games following a 2-0 success at struggling St Asaph City.

The Rwsters’ weathered an early storm in difficult conditions against the Saints before taking the lead in the closing stages of the first half through evergreen player-manager Leighton Griffiths.

After the break saw Daniel Brewerton’s side try valiantly to get themselves an equaliser, but they were undone again by a slick attack that resulted in Chris Nicholson hitting the target with 73 on the clock.

United are now in fourth and eight points behind league-leading Holyhead Hotspur with a game in hand.