LLYSFAEN suffered a slight blow to their hopes of clinching the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One title as they were held 3-3 at Llandudno Amateurs Reserves.

The current pacesetters moved back to the summit on goal difference over the North Football Association despite blowing a two-goal advantage heading into the final minute of the game.

The visitors broke the deadlock midway through the half when Sean Sheridan found the net on 22 minutes, but things were all square at the break thanks to a Stan Farrell goal in stoppage time.

After the interval saw the away side seize the initiative on 70 minutes when Reece Kearney finished well, and they increased their lead immediately following the restart thanks to Sheridan’s second of the afternoon with 75 on the clock.

With the game heading into its final moments, the home side geared up for a grandstand finish thanks to a Mark Cook attempt on 89 minutes, and they managed to snatch an unlikely point with the final notable attack of the game which saw Steve Collins hit the target.

Llanfairfechan Town Reserves moved into third spot thanks to a 3-2 success at Denbigh Development.

A brace from Iestyn Thomas did the majority of the damage, with Ryan Bourne also on target for the visitors. Morgan Jones and Joel Rowlands netted for Craig Morris’ side in defeat.

Harry Owen was the star of the show for Penrhyn Bay Dragons, hitting four in their 5-3 win at struggling Henllan, and Harry Kirkham fired in a treble to lead Machno United to a 4-2 home triumph over Betws-y-Coed.