TWO golden oldies ensured Denbigh Development ended their season on a high with a 3-2 home win over Llanfairfechan Town Reserves.

The long-time Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One strugglers picked up their second success in 20 outings this term, and it was the presence of a pair of well-respected veteran players that played a huge contributing factor in their victory.

The home side got off to an impressive start and they went ahead on 25 minutes when former Denbigh Town senior squad member Jonny Slater finished well.

Slater enjoyed a fantastic career for his hometown club before a serious Achilles injury ended his time with the squad.

The visitors got back on level terms in first half stoppage time when Harry Coston found the net, and the same player was on hand to notch his brace early in the second period to put Town ahead with 52 gone.

This was met by an instant response by the hosts, who levelled on 57 minutes through David Webster, and the cultured midfielder fired in his second of the contest with 78 gone to decide the contest.

Penrhyn Bay Dragons boosted their hopes of a top four finish with an eye-catching 5-3 home triumph over promotion chasing Henllan.

Jack Carey and Morgan Groom hit a brace apiece for the home side in a clinical attacking display, with Dan Williams also diverting a chance into the net.

Neil Davies and Jack Lidgett replied for the visitors, who remain one point clear of third-placed Y Glannau having played a game more.