LLANDUDNO Albion extended their lead at the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One summit with a 3-1 win at Penrhyndeudraeth.

The in-form side produced a rousing second half display after falling behind in the first period, and Darren Jones’ side now enjoy a four-point cushion over Bodedern Athletic having played five games more than their title rivals.

Despite the eventual result it was the home side that drew first blood when Iwan Lane converted a chance on 22 minutes, but Albion came out after the interval with a renewed sense of purpose and levelled matters courtesy of a Danial Evans finish with 55 gone.

This visibly spurred on the visitors, who took the lead for the first time in the contest soon after when influential midfielder Ricky Jones produced a moment of magic to put them ahead on 58 minutes, and the promotion hopefuls wrapped up all three points in the closing stages when a cheeky chipped penalty from Adam Hold rounded off the scoring.

Llanrwst United remain comfortably in mid-table following an eye-catching 1-0 triumph at Greenfield.

A second half strike from Steve Parry was enough to separate the two sides, giving the Rwsters’ a much-needed three points after a difficult run of results.

There was no such luck for Llandudno Junction, who are now staring back-to-back relegations in the face after a 3-0 loss at Llanberis.

A brace from Owain Jones did the majority of the damage, with Arwyn Price netting late on to condemn the young Railwaymen to defeat despite a spirited display.