LLANDUDNO Albion top the early Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One standings after a thrilling 4-3 come-from-behind victory over St Asaph City.

A strong start from the home side saw them go ahead on 35 minutes when prolific striker Dave Maddock converted a chance, but the Saints went into the break all square thanks to a well-taken effort from Mike Hargreave on 44 minutes.

A frantic end to the first half saw Peter Jones and Josh Brown exchange goals in stoppage time to leave things two apiece on the whistle, but the visitors managed to get their noses in front for the first time on 57 minutes when Corey Brewerton finished well.

The turning point arrived on 80 minutes when Ali Parsonage was sent to the showers to leave the away side with ten men, and Albion took full advantage as Luke Smith and Daniel Roberts netted in the final ten to maintain their 100 per cent record.

Newly promoted Glan Conwy picked up their second win of the season thanks to a 2-1 success over last season’s runners-up Bodedern Athletic.

The visitors took a slender lead into the half-time break thanks to a fine finish from summer signing Dean Redmond on 14 minutes, but a sensational free-kick from Jamie Jones levelled things up with 66 on the clock.

Jordan Phillips proved to be the difference between the two sides late on, with the prolific forward turning in a chance on 72 minutes to seal an important three points.

Llanrwst United got themselves off the mark at the second time of asking after emerging from their trip to Penrhyndeudraeth with a comfortable 4-1 triumph.

A brace either side of the break from Callum Parry did the majority of the damage, with Leighton Griffiths and Sam Jones also on target for the Rwsters.