CONWY Borough turned in a performance of the highest quality to secure their third Huws Gray Alliance victory in succession.

The Tangerines were at their brilliant best to secure a 4-1 home victory over Denbigh Town, and Gareth Thomas’ men look to have found their feet in the second tier immediately following a memorable treble-winning campaign last term.

They will be aiming to make it four wins on the bounce when Boro’ travel to Holywell Town on Friday (7.45pm).

The home side got off to a strong start and went ahead with 14 minutes on the clock when prolific striker Corrig McGonigle fired a penalty past in-form Town stopper Craig Vernon after an infringement from defender Tony Davies.

Matthew Jones and Dewi Llion’s men almost levelled matters soon after when Sam Jones blazed over after good work from Alfons Fosu-Mensah, and they were made to pay for this miss just before the break when the lethal McGonigle notched his second of the evening on the turn to double their advantage.

After the interval saw the hosts come out with a renewed sense of purpose, and striker Dean Seager forced Vernon into a smart save shortly after the restart after he was put through on goal.

Boro’ all-but secured the points after 63 minutes through a sensational strike from the returning Tommy Creamer, who produced a scintillating 35-yard half volley which flew over Vernon and into the net.

The introduction of Cory Williams was the catalyst behind the home side’s fourth, with the gifted forward producing a fine run down the wing before he cross was diverted into the net by Town player Bailey Jackson.

The away side did have something to show for their efforts when Sam Downey headed home from close range, but it did not take the gloss off another polished display from the newly promoted side.