CONWY Borough surged into seventh spot in the Huws Gray Alliance with convincing 3-1 success at Denbigh Town.

The Tangerines made it five games unbeaten under new manager Warren Gibbs with another polished display, and prolific striker Corrig McGonigle moved to the top of the goalscoring charts thanks to another clinical display to lead his side to glory.

They will look to continue their sensational recent form at home to Holywell Town on Friday (7.30pm), with the Wellmen coming into the game on the back of a 3-1 triumph at Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochant.

Gibbs, said: “Preparations weren't great for the game with Ben Heald, Guto Hughes missing out through injury and Bryan Roberts away on holiday.

“It’s a testament to the depth and strength in the squad that we could put on such a dominant performance.

“We should have scored a few more goals in the first half and my concern coming in at half time was that missed chances can sometimes come back to bite you.

“However, from back to front, all fourteen players used put in what was probably our best performance since myself and Dave (Cavanagh) came in.

“Confidence is high in the group, but we cannot afford to let standards drop as we go into another very tough fixture at home to Holywell next week.”

The visitors started the game on the front foot and opened the scoring on 29 minutes when McGonigle notched his first of the evening with a stunning free-kick, and the same player was on hand to double their advantage after the break with another well-taken effort on 52.

McGonigle rounded off a sensational individual display with his hat-trick to all-but seal victory with 65 on the clock, with forward Jake Wales hitting a consolation for the home side late on.