BLAENAU Ffestiniog Amateurs remain in control of their Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two title destiny after a 4-2 home win over Y Felinheli.

The long-time leaders turned in another polished display to maintain their double-digit advantage at the summit. But they did fall behind after 20 minutes when Rhys Parry gave the visitors a shock lead.

This joy was fleeting as the hosts responded on 29 minutes when Iwan Griffiths popped up with a leveller, and they went ahead following the break with two goals in quick succession from Bryn Humphries and Dave Copsey on 75 and 77 respectively.

Humphries netted again a minute from time to confirm their success, with a Gruff John consolation from the away side not enough to prevent defeat.

Llannerchymedd remain in fifth position in the standings after efforts from Josh Griffiths and an own goal gave them a comfortable 2-0 victory over Pentraeth, but there was no such luck for Holyhead Town, who had only a Gary Jo Owen penalty to show from their 3-1 home reverse at the hands of title contenders Glan Conwy.

An early Nathan Moore effort was not enough to give Aberffraw a success over Pwllheli in a 1-1 stalemate, with Tom Owen, Chris Byast and Rhys Roberts on target for Amlwch Town in their thrilling 3-3 draw at fellow strugglers Mochdre Sports.