Y FELINHELI remain top of Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two despite being held 2-2 at home by Gaerwen.

The championship hopefuls remain on course for the crown and are level on points with second place Penmaenmawr Phoenix with three games in hand.

They raced to an early advantage when Dylan Jones found the net on 22 minutes, and the hosts opened up their lead shortly before the break thanks to an Iwan Owen effort with 38 gone.

After the interval saw the visitors get themselves back into the game on 50 minutes through Chris Bennett, and the same player was on hand to turn in his second of the afternoon with 12 remaining to ensure both sides had something to show for their efforts.

Gwalchmai returned to their early-season form with a 2-0 victory at Aberffraw.

Cory Sinnott got the visitors off to a flyer with the opener on eight minutes, and he was on hand to despatch another with 75 on the clock to increase their lead.

Gavin Roberts made a nervy end of things by reducing the arrears in stoppage time, but it failed to have an impact on the overall outcome.

Pentraeth attained a 2-0 home success over Amlwch Town thanks to an own goal and a solitary Gwyndaf Hughes effort, and the duo of Meical Williams and Steffan Toplis were on target for Pwllheli in their 2-2 home draw with Kinmel Bay.