PRESTATYN Sports are still seeking their first Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One point of the season after they were downed 2-0 at Llanberis.

Sion Williams and John Hargreaves’ side showed plenty of fight during another long trip during their early season fixtures, and they will be hoping to finally get off the mark this Wednesday when Sports host Llandyrnog United, who will finally kick-off their campaign after the saga involving Bangor City was finally concluded.

The home side coped well with the conditions early on in the contest and went ahead on 20 minutes when Dylan Parry found some space and turned in an opportunity to break the deadlock.

Credit to the visitors, they showed tremendous resolve throughout the clash in the absence of suspended skipper Shane Middleman whilst looking dangerous on the counter without converting any of the chances that came their way.

This pattern of play continued after the break as both sides looked to stamp their authority on proceedings, and the crucial moment arrived on 75 minutes when Tomos Saynor manged to get himself on the scoresheet and double the hosts advantage.

Despite throwing everything at their opponents in the closing stages, the away side were unable to find a way past the resolute Llan rear-guard to condemn them to a third straight defeat that leaves them bottom of the very early third-tier standings.

Following Wednesday night’s game against Jimmy McInally’s men, Sports travel to last season’s runners-up Bodedern Athletic on Saturday before a double-header against St Asaph City to close out the month.