ST ASAPH City manager Daniel Brewerton was thrilled with his side after they secured a 4-0 victory at Llandudno Junction.

The Saints turned in a dominant display against the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One basement dwellers to emerge with three points, and they are now in 11th spot ahead of their trip to Mynydd Llandegai on Saturday (2pm).

Brewerton, said: “After the disappointment of drawing our last game I demanded a reaction from the lads and they responded perfectly.

“We knew this could have been a tricky away game but from the first minute we set a great tempo and showed our intent for the game, we didn’t allow Junction any time to settle and put them under a lot of pressure from the off.

“I am absolutely delighted and couldn’t fault a single player. The three points and score line is a great start to what will be a very important month for us, we’re unbeaten in our last three games and have taken seven points from a possible nine so we have to keep building on that.

“If we can play with that hunger and desire every week then I’m sure we’ll soon climb that table.”

The visitors were rewarded for a strong start to proceedings on 24 minutes when Simon Fawcett’s superb strike finished off a fine passing move, and they managed to double their advantage soon after when Duncan Midgley’s persistence saw him presented with a chance, and the experienced forward made no mistake with the opportunity.

After the break saw the visitors’ wrap up the points when Josh Brown prodded home from close range on 58 minutes after good work from Midgley and Corey Brewerton, and the same player was on hand to round off the scoring with a neat finish with 74 on the clock.