LLANRUG United continue to show signs of life after a poor start thanks to a 2-0 home win over Greenfield.

A tense first half brought little in the way of action in front of goal, but the hosts picked up the pace after the interval and got their reward on 65 minutes when Jack Thomas made the most of some space to steer a chance into the corner.

United had to ride their luck for long periods following the opener thanks to some stern pressure from the visitors, but they weathered the storm and sealed their victory in stoppage time when a quick breakaway was finished off in style by Alan Mark Owen.

Nantlle Vale picked up an impressive success on their travels with a 3-1 victory at Llanberis.

A disastrous start saw the visitors fall behind on two minutes when Owain Jones turned in the first chance of not in the game on two minutes, but Vale emerged as comfortable victors thereafter thanks to goals from Aaron Thomas, Aaron Hughes and Cynan Davies.

There was no such good fortune for Penrhyndeudraeth, with efforts from Jake Walker and Mark Roberts condemning them to a 2-0 home defeat at the hands of Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One leaders Denbigh Town, with last season’s runners-up Bodedern Athletic falling to a 2-0 reverse at St Asaph City.

The only Division Two fixture of the weekend saw Y Felinheli produce an excellent display to seal a 5-0 home rout over Pwllheli.

A hat-trick from Iwan Owen did the majority of the damage, with Rhys Parry and Carwyn Dafydd also on target during an exceptional attacking display.