PRESTATYN Sports’ Mawddach Challenge Cup run concluded with a 1-0 second round loss to Llanrwst United on home soil.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One side endured a frustrating afternoon in front of goal to see them exit the competition, After the home side missed a host of opportunities in the first period, the Rwsters’ took full advantage of their inefficiency and went ahead on 40 minutes when Aaron Jones broke clear and finished well.

The second period saw Sports control possession for long periods, but they were unable to make this count in the final third and bowed out of the competition.

Meliden’s indifferent Division Two form continued with a heavy 5-1 reverse at Pwllheli.

The home side wasted no time in making an impact and went ahead on 17 minutes through Ifan Gwilym, but Peter Evans’ men responded well to the setback and went into the break all-square thanks to a powerful drive from Ashley New with 36 gone.

After the interval saw the hosts completely dominate proceedings, and they restored their advantage on 48 minutes courtesy of a Tomos Jones effort, and Pwll’ doubled their advantage on 62 when Mark Jones finished well following a period of sustained pressure.

The home side were now fully in the ascendancy and sealed their triumph after 78 minutes when Jake Jones converted a chance, and the visitors’ misery was compounded on 88 when an own goal rounded off the scoring.