NANTLLE Vale got their Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One title push back on track with a resounding 6-1 win at Llandudno Junction.

The visitors produced a professional display against the basement dwellers to move within six points of leaders Bodedern Athletic, and they also have two games in hand of the pacesetters.

Manager Daniel Bell, said: “It was a great win for us. I knew the boys would come back with a performance after a poor result last week.

“We stuck to the game plan and they all delivered. We now have a big week of preparations before another big game next weekend at Llanberis.”

The visitors got off to the perfect start when Daniel Evans converted a chance after two minutes, before skipper Chris Parry doubled their lead from the penalty spot with seven gone.

After the interval saw Adam Jackson treble their tally following some neat build-up on 54 minutes, and a quick-fire brace from Rob Daniels on 74 and 78 sealed their success.

There was still time for Vale to rub further salt in the visitors’ wounds, with James Bell hitting a sixth with eight minutes remaining.

Richard McDonald and Arwyn Price were on target for Llanberis in their 2-1 victory at Barmouth and Dyffryn United, and a stoppage time leveller from Ben Owen rescued a 1-1 draw for Mynydd Llandegai at Llandyrnog United.

Penrhyndeudraeth came from two behind to secure a 3-3 draw with Prestatyn Sports on home soil, with Steve Jones, Huw Quaeck and Alwyn Hughes finding the target for the hosts.