LLANELWY Athletic booked their place in the Bryn Dinas Sports Bar REM Jones Cup final with a 4-1 derby victory at St Asaph City Reserves.

The Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One champions will take on Rhos United in the showcase after another outstanding attacking display, and they were rewarded for a good start when Dan Price put away a chance with 16 on the clock.

This joy proved to be fleeting as the young Saints’ hit back almost instantly when Ste Falvey reacted first to convert and level proceedings on 19 minutes.

The away side continued to probe and they crucially got their noses in front yet again on 42 minutes when Ash Hughes finished well, and Athletic doubled their advantage after the interval when Price despatched his second of the afternoon with 73 gone.

With momentum now fully with the visitors, another impressive spell of possession presented a golden chance to James Burke, and the prolific player made no mistake with the finish to round off the scoring.

Rhos United reached the Auxiliary Cup second round thanks to a resounding 5-1 home win over Rhuddlan Town Reserves.

A Phemmi Allison brace either side of half-time played a significant part in their overall success, with Simon Owens, Tom Brady and Ben Smith also on target for the hosts.

Ian Davenport netted a consolation for Town late on after 80 minutes of play.