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Llandudno moved up to second in the JD Cymru North table with a 3-1 win over Llangefni Town.

Daniel Hughes' early opener was cancelled out by Jack Smith five minutes before half time, but second-half goals from Guto Williams and Shaun Cavanagh saw Llandudno earn maximum points as they bounced back from their defeat against the league leaders Airbus UK Broughton.

The Wingmakers were on course to picking up their fifth straight victory on Friday night but saw their winning streak brought to an end by Guilsfield.

Goals from George Peers and Oliver Lanceley put Steve O'Shaughnessy in the ascendancy before things got worse for Guilsfield as they were reduced to 10 men when Andrew Ford was dismissed.

But Greg Draper scored twice in 17 minutes to earn the away side a share of the spoils and maintain their unbeaten start to the season.

Josh Jones and Matthew Hill both hit braces for Ruthin Town fired as they secured a 6-1 victory over Conwy Borough.

Cory Williams had drawn the away side level after netting following Jamie Cummings' strike, but they fell behind again as Jones scored just before half time.

Four goals then followed in the second half as Ruthin moved three points clear of their opponents in the table.

A six-goal thriller at the Globe saw Buckley Town secure a 4-2 win over Llanrhaeadr Ym Mochnant, with Jake Roberts grabbing a brace for the hosts.

Matthew Williams put the away side ahead but their lead was wiped out as Roberts scored twice either side of Connor Littler's goal. Aled Bellis netted the fourth for the hosts as they maintained their place in fourth.

Thomas Rowlands scored a brace for Prestatyn Town to help them earn 5-1 win over Holyhead Hotspur. 

Liam Morris had put the visitors ahead inside the 9th minute but the hosts responded through Kyle Parle, Kai Wallis, Jamie Reed and Rowlands' double.

There was also a high-scoring game at Halkyn Road as Holywell Town scored five unaswered goals against Penrhyncoch.

Jake Cooke grabbed a brace, while goals from Zebb Edwards, Oliver Buckley and David Forbes ensured the home side chalked up their third straight win.

Gresford Athletic and Llanidloes Town both enjoyed a share of the spoils as they played out a 2-2 draw at Clappers Lane. Adam Worton and and Dafydd Carruthers struck to cancel out Joseph Chaplin's opener but Matthew Worrall responded in the second half for Gresford.

Colwyn Bay inflicted a 3-0 defeat on Bangor City to move up to fifth in the table, with Robert Parry, Sam Downey and James Kirby on target for the visitors.

Eridion Dida and Taylor Thain were both shown seccond yellows for the home side in the second half as they finished with nine men.

 

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