BLAENAU Ffestiniog Amateurs’ fine start to life in Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One continued with a 2-1 home win over Mynydd Llandegai.

The Quarrymen fell behind early on when Ben Owen converted a chance on ten minutes, but they dusted themselves off and replied almost instantly when Iwan Griffiths finished well 11 on the clock.

After the break saw the hosts presented with the perfect chance to secure three points on 80 minutes when they were awarded a penalty, and summer signing Meilir Williams held his nerve to put away the spot kick for his f9ourth goal in two games to secure the win.

Title contender Llanrug United suffered defeat for the second consecutive contest as they were downed 3-2 at Denbigh Town.

Alan Mark Owen and Dylan Owen netted either side of half time for the visitors, but a Jake Walker brace and a solitary effort from skipper Mark Roberts was enough to secure victory for the Central Park outfit.

Bodedern Athletic took their lead through Dean Redmond in their clash at Glan Conwy before eventually falling to a 2-1 reverse, but there was better fortune for Llanberis as goals from Dylan Parry and Tomos Saynor gave them a 2-0 home triumph over Prestatyn Sports.

Aaron Hughes’ strike on the hour mark was enough to give Nantlle Vale a narrow 1-0 home win over Greenfield, and Rhys Hughes hit Penrhyndeudraeth’s only goal in their heavy 4-1 reverse to Llanrwst United.