HOLYHEAD Town’s potential final game in Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two this season ended with a 2-1 home loss to Kinmel Bay.

A neat finish from Bryn Roberts after a period of strong pressure from the Harbourmen gave them the advantage early on, and they managed to hold onto this slender advantage heading into the interval.

Bay’s improved possession after the break finally brought dividends on 65 minutes when prolific striker Matty Griffiths latched on to a superb long-range pass from Gyorgy Szabo before unleashing a stunning effort into the top corner to level proceedings.

The deciding moment of the encounter arrived on 82 minutes and went in favour of the visitors, who got their noses in front for the first time thanks to a well-struck half volley from Jordan Worthington after an exceptional cross from talented full-back Sam Smith.

A hat-trick from Ieuan Brooks was the highlight of Barmouth and Dyffryn United’s impressive 3-2 home triumph over title-chasing Gaerwen, and Iwan Owen fired a brace for Y Felinheli in their 3-0 triumph at Penmaenmawr Phoenix.

Paul Lewis (3), Gareth Jones (2), Stephan Toplis (2) and Jamie Banks were on target for Pwllheli during an 8-1 home rout over Pentraeth, but there was no such luck for Amlwch Town in their 3-1 defeat against Mochdre Sports.

Aberffraw tasted defeat on their travels thanks to a 3-1 reverse at Llandudno Junction despite Luke Moore levelling matters briefly in the second period.