CHAMPIONS Llanelwy Athletic extended their unbeaten Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One campaign with a 2-2 home draw with Penrhyn Bay Dragons.

The promoted side mounted a stunning late fightback during a frantic finish to the contest, which leaves them with an unassailable 12-point cushion with one game remaining.

The away side began the game on the front foot and went ahead after just five minutes through a Jake Carey effort, but Athletic responded well following the break and got back on level terms when Ash Hughes finished well with 75 gone.

A dramatic conclusion saw the Dragons regain the initiative in the final minute when Paul Jones found the net, but the host secured a share of the spoils thanks to a stoppage time strike from Ethan Taylor.

Henllan face a nervous wait to see if they have secured second spot after they ended the season with a thumping 5-0 home defeat at the hands of Rhos United.

Josh Morris was in clinical mood and fired in a treble for the away side, with Phemmy Allison hitting a brace either side of half-time to complete the rout.

The defeat leaves the one-time title hopefuls one point ahead of Y Glannau having played two games more.

St Asaph City Reserves’ impressive end to the season continued with a 3-2 triumph at Llanfairfechan Town Reserves.

Ste Falvey, Lewis Thomas and Pat Nemhbeti all hit the target for the young Saints, who moved up to fifth spot, but there was no such luck for Rhuddlan Town Reserves as they were downed 4-2 at Llysfaen.