KINMEL Bay moved up to third place following a last-gasp win over league leaders Llannefydd.

The Bay, having last week secured a convincing 5-1 win last week, hosted the North Wales Coast division leaders at Y Morfa on a dry, sunny day on Saturday

Llannefydd were flying on the back of a string of wins over Rhayader (3-1) Mochdre (3-0) and Llansannan (6-1).

Kinmel Bay, who were missing some players, netted the first goal with a Kieran Ellis strike after 20 minutes.

Both teams made a very competitive game and created chances but it was the Bay that took the lead with a goal from Kieran Ellis.

It served to raise Llannefydd's tempo throughout the match, however they could not find the breakthrough equaliser until the 73rd with Llion Roberts.

Under great pressure approaching the final whistle both teams gave everything.

In the 90th minute, a long throw-in towards the back post was nodded down and into goal by the Bay's Anthony Jones, claiming all the points for the blues.

Bay manager Frank Woods said: "Bay battled tirelessly and were rewarded with a last-minute goal after a tremendous header by Antony Jones."

The win moves Kinmel Bay up to 3rd place in the league table.