CONWY Borough produced more late heroics to come away with a 2-2 home draw against Buckley Town.

The Tangerines showed plenty of resolve to overturn a deficit on two occasions to emerge with a share of the spoils and extend their unbeaten run to four games which leaves them sitting in tenth spot in their first season back in the Huws Gray Alliance.

Manager Warren Gibbs, said: “We were second best all over the pitch in the first half and Buckley adapted to the windy conditions better than us and were quicker to every second ball and they were good value for 1-0 lead at half time.

“This was the classic game of two halves. Dave (Cavanagh) and I asked for a reaction at half time and in the second half the lads responded.

“Only for one lapse of concentration I felt we had enough chances to win the game. I can't be too critical, however, as the players yet again showed that character to extend our unbeaten run.

“We will train hard again this week before we go into another big game at Denbigh in Friday.”

It was a lacklustre first period for the home side and they went into the break a goal down when Lewis Hone fired Town ahead on 29 minutes, but Boro’ responded well after the break and levelled matters through Guto Hughes with 47 gone.

This was met by a swift response from the visitors, who got their noses in front yet again thanks to a neat finish from Shaun Tinsley on 62 minutes, but the Tangerines kept plugging away right until the death and they were rewarded two minutes from time when Conor Harwood found the net to ensure both sides had something to show for their efforts.

Gibbs’ side will look to take this positive momentum to Central Park on Friday night when they take on Denbigh Town (7.30pm).