PRESTATYN Town extended their unbeaten streak to four with a creditable 3-3 home draw against high-flying Porthmadog.

The Seasiders continued their recent resurgence with another impressive display to secure a share of the spoils, but things do not get any easier this Saturday as they face a daunting trip to runaway Huws Gray Alliance leaders Airbus Broughton (2.30pm).

Manager Neil Gibson, said: “I think the way the game went we could have got all three points, especially in the first half.

“We showed good character to come back from a goal down, but we missed six good chances in the first half and if one or two of them had gone in then the game looks completely different.

“It wasn’t easy for the lads but they showed immense character to not only come back again, but also to go ahead with some fantastic movement, but I think the difference in the game was the way we gave away.

“The biggest thing we can take from the game is learning lessons about being switched on at all times. We conceded within the opening 30 seconds and after 20 seconds of going ahead which was disappointing.

“We looked at these games after Bangor and obviously it is a tough batch but 10 points from 12 I an excellent return. The lads are really starting to understand how I want us to play, and we know that we are a massive work in progress but the last four games show we are moving in the right direction.”

Sion Parry got Port off to the best possible start with their opener within the first minutes of the game, but Town responded well to the setback and levelled matters with 25 gone when Ian Griffiths rounded Paul Pritchard before selflessly teeing up Ben Maher for the tap-in.

After the interval saw the home side punished for missing a host of chances after 64 minutes when Matthew Roberts reacted first to fire a rebound past Ryan Woods, but this joy proved to be short-lived as the hosts got back on level terms once again courtesy of a sensational free-kick from veteran defender Dave Hayes with 74 gone.

Maher pounced for his second of the contest on 76 minutes from the spot to give Town the lead for the first time, but a lack of concentration immediately following the restart allowed Sion Edwards to secure a point for Port.