LLANSANNAN ended a hugely successful season on a high with a 3-2 home victory over table-toppers Llandudno Amateurs.

A blistering start saw Gari Evans and Tom Lewis’ men come away with the spoils from their final game of the season, and The Journal understands that the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League leaders may be the subject of a points deduction which could alter the destination of the championship.

Sannan are one point behind the Amateurs, with Llandudno Athletic nine behind with three games in hand and would have a superior goal difference if they won each of their remaining contests.

The home side came out of the blocks flying and went ahead on ten minutes courtesy of a neat finish from Adam Gage, and they doubled their advantage just before the break when Iwan Davies converted another chance after another period of pressure.

There was still time for further drama before first period came to a conclusion, with veteran striker Leon Gierke delivering a powerful strike into the net immediately following the restart with 44 on the clock to give the hosts a three-goal cushion at the interval.

The Amateurs’ emerged from the break with a completely different mindset and got themselves back into the tie on 47 minutes when Matty Beach hit the target, and they reduced the arrears further when Sean Sharp notched a second for the visitors with five remaining.

Despite a nervy end to the game, the home side held on for what could turn out to be a pivotal victory in relation to their overall aspirations.

Abergele’s excellent end to the campaign continued with a thumping 7-1 rout at Machno United.

A treble from Ant Zoezee did the majority of the damage for Gele, with Jack Lloyd Williams (2), Liam Roberts and Reece Kearney also on target.

Llandudno Athletic’s home tie with Old Colwyn Bay fell victim to a last-minute postponement following a sudden illness in the Colwyn camp.