ST ASAPH City manager Daniel Brewerton was thrilled with his side after they secured a 4-0 away win at Mynydd Llandegai.

The Saints turned in another clinical display to make it two wins in succession, leaving them sitting in tenth position in the standings ahead of their next outing at home to basement dwellers Llandudno Junction on Saturday (2pm).

Brewerton, said: “I’m made up after another great performance from the lads, we went into the game knowing that we had to build on last week’s result.

“We drew 2-2 with Mynydd Llandegai earlier in the season so we prepared for a very tough away game.

“The lads were on it from the first whistle and it was another fantastic performance and a clean sheet.”

The visitors made a strong start to the contest and went ahead on 21 minutes when Paul Fleming was put through on goal, and he showed tremendous composure to slot in the chance to open the scoring.

After the interval saw the away side extend their tally on 55 minutes courtesy of a sensational free-kick from Corey Brewerton following a foul on Matty Morris, and the points were all-but sealed with 61 gone thanks to a penalty from Duncan Midgley.

Another impressive spell of possession on 77 minutes saw the Saints net again, and this time it was Josh Morris who was the beneficiary with a well-taken effort from just outside the area to round off the scoring.