LLANDUDNO Albion moved to the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One summit thanks to a 3-1 home win over Barmouth and Dyffryn United.

Darren Jones’ men are now one point clear of Bodedern Athletic having played four games more than their title rivals, but despite the eventual result it was the visitors that drew first blood when Steve Bratt gave United a shock lead on 42 minutes.

This joy proved to be short-lived as the prolific Dave Maddock got the home side back on level terms a minute before the break, and they grabbed the initiative in the closing stages thanks to a pair of quick-fire efforts from Adam Hold and Peter Jones.

There was no such luck for Llandudno Junction, who fell to a heavy 4-0 home loss at the hands of St Asaph City.

Jordan Phillips was the star of the show for Division Two promotion chasers Glan Conwy in their 3-0 derby success at Mochdre Sports.

The talented forward put his former club to the sword in the first period with a brace that gave the away side a commanding lead at the half, and he rounded off another virtuoso display with his hat-trick on 79 minutes to keep Glan three points behind Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs with a game in hand and superior goal difference.

Penmaenmawr Phoenix ended a run of disappointing league results with a 3-2 home triumph over Holyhead Town.

Alfie Caldecott got the hosts off to a flyer on five minutes, before Benn Lundstram added a second following neat link-up play with father Mike.

Goals from Ryan Lees and Asa Thomas gave the Harbourmen a glimmer of hope, but a second half strike from Aaron Keats was enough to secure Phoenix the win.