PRESTATYN Panthers made it two out of two in the North Wales Conference after coming from behind to beat Conwy Celts.
The Celts got off to a whirlwind start, with Spencer Lumby capitalising on a defensive mix-up followed by scores from Jordan Sheridan and Bob Davies to go 18-0 up.
Jack Higgins gave the Panthers a life-line just before the break, capitalising on a superb chip from Liam Kennedy to score his first for the club.
The points set the Panthers on the road to recovery as they ran riot through the middle in the second half. Mike Hall grabbed the first try of the second half after a piercing run through the Celts defence, setting up an excellent touchline conversion from captain Ben Syme.
Straight from the restart Panthers worked it to Paul Sellwood, who raced 50 metres to score, and further tries from Ben Syme, who also converted two, and a couple for Liam Kennedy put the Panthers 30-18 ahead.
Conwy Celts pulled one back from a penalty on their own 40 metre line, as Dan Parry showed a clean pair of heels to run 60 metres and touch down under the posts for the try of the game, but Mike Hall retrieved a short kick-off and sent Cal Morris through the gap.
A fine Panthers second half performance was topped off by sensational work down the right, resulting in Dan Jones scoring an unconverted try to seal a 40-24 victory.