BLAENAU Ffestiniog Amateurs picked up their second home win of the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One season with a 5-2 win over Llandyrnog United.

Things did not begin well for the Quarrymen despite the eventual result, with veteran Derry Morris putting Jimmy McInally’s side ahead with just five on the clock.

This was met by a strong response from the home side just before the break thanks to a stunning individual effort from Iwan Jones, who fired a sensational hat trick in a 13-minute spell to give his side a two-goal cushion at the break.

After the interval saw United get themselves back into the game through Ross Gilbert on 57 minutes, but prolific striker Meilir Williams sealed three points for the hosts late on with a brace on 81 and 84 to complete the scoring.

Bodedern Athletic’s outstanding run of recent form came to end following a 3-2 loss at Penrhyndeudraeth.

Goals from Tom Wood and Dean Redmond were not enough for Ricky Williams’ men to salvage something from the game, with Huw Quaeck (2) and Jack Jones on target for the home side in an impressive success.

A stoppage time header from Liam Willingam was enough for Mynydd Llandegai to secure a 1-home triumph against St Asaph City, but there was no such for Llanberis as they were thrashed 5-0 at league-leading Denbigh Town.

Home skipper Mark Roberts netted twice to extend his standout contribution so far this term, and the trio of Jake Walker, Daniel Clarke and Jacob Barratt also managed to convert chances during a one-sided affair.