LLANDUDNO Albion got one over on a familiar foe to reach the next stage of the FAW Trophy with a 4-2 win at St Asaph City.

Things got off to the worst possible start for the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One side, who went ahead after just six minutes when Allan Davies hit the target with an attempt.

The Saints managed to pick themselves up in impressive fashion soon after with two goals in quick succession from debutant Tom McDougall, a recent signing from Prestatyn Sports, and Johnny Taylor to put them in front with 16 on the clock.

This was met by a swift response from the visitors, who got themselves back level at the interval through a superb effort from Jack Williams, and they pulled clear once again following the interval when Dan Evans fired a quick-fire brace on 47 and 52 to give Albion a two-goal cushion.

Despite their best efforts with a numerical disadvantage, City were unable to find a route back into the game and exited the competition.

Also through to the nest round are Llanrwst United, who had goals from prolific forward Callum Parry and Sam Thomas to thank for a 2-0 triumph at Kinmel Bay, with Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division side Llandudno Athletic causing an upset thanks to a dramatic 6-5 victory at Amlwch Town.

There was no such luck for Glan Conwy, who came away from their tie at fourth-tier promotion hopefuls Gaerwen with a shock 2-0 reverse.