LLANGEFNI Town closed the gap on Lock Stock Welsh Alliance leaders Bodedern Athletic with a 3-0 victory at Penrhyndeudraeth.

The promotion hopefuls returned to action in fine style with a clinical display to put them level on points with Athletic, but Chris Roberts’ side do have two games in hand on their championship rivals.

The visitors started the game well and opened the scoring on 34 minutes courtesy of a bullet header from Dan Thomas, and the same player was on hand to double their advantage after the break with a half volley that crashed in off the post with 47 gone.

Recent signing from Holyhead Hotspur Harry Galeotti marked his return to the set-up with a goal on 71 minutes, turning in a Sean Pritchard cross to complete the scoring.

Llanrug United’s title hopes were dealt a blow as they fell to a shock 2-0 home reverse at the hands of Mynydd Llandegai.

Ben Parker got the away side off to a flyer with a well-taken effort after six minutes, and United’s frustrations were compounded after 86 when Jamie Whitmore found the net to secure three points.

There was better fortune for Nantlle Vale, who emerged from their tricky trip to Llanrwst United with a 2-0 success thanks to efforts from Robert Daniels and Ashley Owen, and a Gethin Wakeham penalty three minutes from time rescued a point in their 3-3 draw with Greenfield.

There was plenty of drama at the Arriva Stadium, where a last-minute winner stole the show as Llandyrnog United sealed a 2-1 triumph at Llandudno Junction.

The Railwaymen drew first blood early on when Harry Jones finished well on 15 minutes, before a neat passage of play saw Danny Jones level matters a minute before the break.

With the game heading towards a stalemate, Ryan Harden’s side claimed the spoils after 89 minutes when loanee Marios Avraam netted on his debut.