LLANDUDNO Albion were dealt an early season blow with a heavy 5-0 home reverse at the hands of Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One title rivals Llangefni Town.

The visitors wasted no time in making an impact and went ahead after just 15 minutes when marquee summer signing Alan Mark Owen latched on to a Steve Kehoe free-kick to give Cefni the advantage.

Things went from bad to worse for Darren Jones’ men soon after when Liam Morris rounded off a fine team move to double their advantage at the break, and Cai Powell-Roberts’ thunderbolt after the interval all-but sealed the points for the away side.

There was still time for the visitors to pile further misery on a lacklustre Albion, with substitutes Cameron Jones and Matthew Jones both netting late on to round off a miserable afternoon at the office for the ambitious club.

Llandudno Junction also had nothing to show for their efforts as they suffered a late 2-1 home loss to Llanberis.

Gethin Wakeham’s penalty on 20 minutes put the away side ahead during the opening exchanges, but the Railwaymen looked to have salvaged something from the contest with a neat Matthew Jones finish on 89.

They switched off following the equaliser which proved to be telling as David Jones netted a dramatic winner immediately following the restart.

Llanrwst United’s poor start to the season continued with a 4-0 defeat at Llanrug United.

A late Shaheen Ahmed strike rescued a point for Division Two title contenders Glan Conwy in their 1-1 home draw with Holyhead Town, and a Rob Jones strike on 17 minutes was enough to condemn Penmaenmawr Phoenix to a narrow 1-0 home reverse to Llannerchymedd.