GLAN Conwy took another huge step towards the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two title with an emphatic 5-1 success at Kinmel Bay.

Howard Vaughan’s side were in superb form throughout the one-sided affair to claim a vital three points, and there was further good news as championship rivals Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs were beaten 3-1 at Pwllheli.

This ensured Glan moved back to the summit on goal difference, and they also have two games in hand on Blaenau which could prove crucial during the most critical period of the campaign.

The visitors went in front on the half hour mark when Conor Davies produced a bullet header that flew into the net, and things got even better soon after when Morgan Owen doubled their advantage with a sensational individual effort.

Merrick Knight continued his fine run of form since re-joining the club with a tremendous strike to all-but seal the points for Glan, but Andy Thomas’ men kept probing and got their reward when Jordan Worthington unleashed a free-kick into the net.

That was as good as it got for the home side, who fell further behind late on when talisman Jordan Phillips notched a long-range free-kick of his own following an infringement, and the same player was on hand to secure his brace and round off the scoring.

Penmaenmawr Phoenix heaped more misery on basement dwellers Amlwch Town with a comfortable 6-1 home victory.

A brace apiece from Mike Lundstram and Ethan Jones did the majority of the damage, with an own goal and a solitary Alfie Caldecott effort completing the rout.

Struggling Mochdre Sports endured another afternoon of misery as they were downed 5-1 at Y Felinheli.