LLANDUDNO FC have won every match they have played since returning to their OPS Wind Arena home, with wins for the ladies, men’s and junior teams.

The club played their first game back at the ground for more than a year last week, when Llandudno Ladies FC defeated Felinheli in a thumping 7-2 display on November 15.

The Under 23 team followed up this big win with another victory, before the men’s team crowned a successful week with a 2-1 victory over Ruthin Town, goalscorer Ethan Roberts picking up the man of the match award.

The club’s teams were unable to play on the pitch for more than a year, after UEFA and FAW deemed a part of the pitch a health and safety hazard.

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The club was forced to play away from home thereafter, and went about fundraising for a new 4g pitch with the help of supporters and other businesses.

The wait was worth it, with three wins from three games the best start to their new era.

A Llandudno FC spokesperson said: “3 in 3 on our return to The OPS Wind Arena.

“Llandudno Ladies, Llandudno U23s, and a three win streak for our first team – not a bad return.”