TITLE chasing Conwy Borough extended their lead at the top of Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One thanks to a narrow 2-1 victory over Penrhyndeudraeth.

The Tangerines are now four points clear of Llangefni Town having played one game more than their promotion rivals, and they got off to the best possible start when prolific striker Corrig McGonigle continued his sensation run of form with a well taken effort on 11 minutes.

Gradually the away side began to see more of the ball in testing conditions, the they were rewarded for their improved play on 36 minutes when Mark Cook levelled matters after a brief spell of pressure.

This joy proved to be short lived as Gareth Thomas’ side responded almost immediately, and it was McGonigle who was on hand to restore their advantage with his 27th league goal of the season a minute before the break to seal the points.

Improving Mochdre Sports are now up to ninth in the Division Two standings after a comfortable 4-0 home win over Llannerchymedd.

Duncan Midgley got the hosts off to a flyer with the opener after nine minutes, before the in-form Jordan Phillips doubled their tally after a prolonged period of possession on 39.

After the break saw the home side pull further clear thanks to a Kai Davies strike on 81 minutes, and Sports put the exclamation point on proceedings in stoppage time when Tom Clarke completed the rout.

Penmaenmawr Phoenix were ousted from the Mawddach Challenge Cup following a 4-0 home reverse to Greenfield.

A treble from goal machine Sam Jones did the majority of the damage, with a Sean McHugh effort on 75 minutes compounding the hosts’ misery on what was a disappointing afternoon at the office.