BLAENAU Ffestiniog Amateurs remain on the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two summit after a resounding 4-1 success at Aberffraw.

The long-time leaders made light work of their weekend clash to maintain their three-point cushion over Glan Conwy, although their title rivals do have a game in hand and boast a superior goal difference.

The visitors opened the scoring on 35 minutes through a neat finish from Joe Dukes, and things got even better after the break when Iwan Jones and Kieron Ellis both found the net in quick succession leading up to the hour mark.

Nathan Moore gave the hosts a glimmer of hope when he reduced the arrears on 67 minutes, but this joy proved to be fleeting as Oliver Dukes restored their three-goal advantage to round off the scoring.

Basement dwellers Amlwch Town were undone 2-0 at Meliden, with Ryan Lees and Asa Thomas on target for Holyhead Town in their 3-2 defeat at Penmaenmawr Phoenix.

Pentraeth also suffered a resounding 4-0 home loss at the hands of Pwllheli.

The only Division One game involving sides from the region to survive the weather saw Barmouth and Dyffryn United beaten 3-1 at new league leaders Llandudno Albion.

Despite the eventual result it was the visitors that drew first blood when Steve Bratt gave United a shock lead on 42 minutes.

This joy proved to be short-lived as the prolific Dave Maddock got the home side back on level terms a minute before the break, and they grabbed the initiative in the closing stages thanks to a pair of quick-fire efforts from Adam Hold and Peter Jones.