LLANDUDNO Albion bounced back from their disappointing loss to Llangefni Town with a hard-fought 3-2 triumph at Llandyrnog United.

A cagey first period saw both sides miss good opportunities to seize the initiative, but Darren Jones’ men went ahead after the break courtesy of a superb strike from Allan Davies.

They doubled their tally soon after through a Lee Ellis penalty after 72 minutes, but the home side bounced back well and levelled matters late on with two in quick succession from Danny Roberts and Billy Holmes.

There was still time for further drama as the visitors managed to claim all three points in stunning fashion, with prolific forward Ellis converting a chance in stoppage time to seal the win.

Llanberis’ good start to the season came to an abrupt halt as they were beaten 2-1 at home by Barmouth and Dyffryn United, with an Elliot Llewelyn hat-trick steering Llanrwst United to their first points of the campaign thanks to a resounding 4-1 home success over Mynydd Llandegai.

There was no such luck for St Asaph City, who continued their poor start to the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One season with a 3-2 home defeat to Greenfield.

Holyhead Town continue to hit the ground running in Division Two after a 4-1 rout at Gaerwen, with Asa Thomas, Mark Thomas, Anthony Parry and Joe Donavan all netting for the Harbourmen.

Title favourites Glan Conwy got back to winning ways at the first opportunity with a 3-0 victory over derby rivals Mochdre Sports thanks in no small part to a brace from Jamie Jones, with a Tomos Clarke strike securing a 3-2 win for Llannefydd at Meliden.

Llannerchymedd also scooped a morale boosting win in the dying moments, with Tomos Jones’ effort on 88 minutes enough to secure a 3-2 triumph at Pentraeth.