ST ASAPH City mounted a stunning late fightback to secure a 2-2 home draw with Mynydd Llandegai.

The Saints have endured a difficult start to the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One season under new manager Daniel Brewerton, but they will look to build on this morale-boosting result in the coming weeks.

A cagey opening to proceedings brought little in the way of goalmouth action, but the visitors drew first blood after the break when Andy Barker found the net on the hour mark.

The same player was on hand to extend their advantage on 81 minutes which looked to give them all three points, but the hosts netted twice in the final three minutes to salvage a points for their efforts.

Former Rhyl star Jamie Brewerton gave them a glimmer of hope on 88 minutes, and lively forward Corey Brewerton levelled matters a minute from time in dramatic fashion.

Prestatyn Sports ended a run of three straight defeats to progress in the JD Welsh Cup with a 2-0 home triumph over Pentraeth.

Mark Hughes and John Hargreaves’ men opened the scoring on 75 minutes from the penalty spot, and the same player was on hand to seal the tie in stoppage time and progress to the next round.

Meliden’s disappointing start to the Division Two campaign continued with a heavy 5-0 loss at Blaenau Ffestiniog, with Tom Hughes, Iwan Griffiths, Shaun Roberts, Bryn Humphries and Rhys Roberts on target for the hosts.

There was also a defeat on their travels for Kinmel Bay, who were undone by strikes from Rob Jones and Tudur Williams in their 2-0 reverse at Llannerchymedd.