KINMEL Bay picked up another positive result on their travels with a thrilling 4-4 draw at Holyhead Town.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two side came away from a difficult contest played in atrocious conditions with a share of the spoils, and they are now nine points behind leaders Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs following their heavy defeat at the hands of championship rivals Glan Conwy.

Prolific forward Jordan Worthington was in sensational form once again and managed to find the net on two occasions throughout the contest, with skipper Ash Wood steering in an opportunity after a neat passage of play.

Jack Wilkins was also on target for the visitors, who were left rueing a number of defensive lapses that allowed the Harbourmen back into the game.

Andy Thomas’ side will look to continue their outstanding first season back in the fourth tier when they visit Y Felinheli on Saturday.

Struggling Meliden’s run of poor results continued as they were downed 2-0 at Gaerwen, leaving Peter Evans’ side in tenth spot having played more games than the teams around them.

Prestatyn Sports were given a reprieve after their clash at Division One leaders Bodedern Athletic was abandoned.

Mark Hughes and John Hargreaves’ men were a goal down when the game was brought to an early halt as conditions worsened considerably, and they will be hoping for better fortune when Sports make another long trip to Mynydd Llandegai on Saturday.

St Asaph City’s encounter at Penrhyndeudraeth was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.