LLANSANNAN left it late before securing a passage to the Presidents Cup third round with a 4-3 triumph over Machno United.

Despite the eventual result it was the away side who drew first blood courtesy of an own goal on four minutes, before Sam Thomas doubled their advantage from the penalty spot on 11.

This finally sprung the hosts into life, and they found a route back into the tie on 19 minutes when veteran forward Geraint Jones finished well.

After the break saw Sannan finally level proceedings on 74 minutes when a prolonged period of pressure resulted in Dafydd Williams finding the target, and things got even better on 80 when Elis Vaughan struck to give them the lead for the first time.

A Rhydian Williams equaliser on 85 minutes looked to have sent the game into extra time, but the home side booked their place in the hat at the death when Jones bagged his brace in stoppage time.

Llandudno Athletic also advance to the next stage after a dramatic penalty shootout success over Denbigh Develiopment.

The young visitors took a shock two-goal lead when Josh Griffiths and Adam Jones gave them a commanding advantage within the first 22 minutes, but the home side sent the game into spot kicks thanks to second half efforts from Ash Makinstry and Danny Talbot and they held their nerve to gain a 5-4 shootout victory.

Just a solitary Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One fixture survived the weather, with Rhuddlan Town producing a stunning attacking display to win 8-2 at St Asaph City Reserves.

A four-goal salvo from Jordan Belham did the majority of the damage, with efforts from Corey Taylor, Matty Beach, Jay Whitehouse and Shane Thomas completing the rout.