LLANDUDNO ended the only remaining unbeaten record in JD Cymru North with a dramatic 3-2 victory at Bangor City.

A thrilling encounter at the Eurogold Stadium went the way of the visitors after a fantastic fightback that moves them up to seventh position in the second-tier standings.

Tudno face another stern test of their credentials this Saturday when they entertain title-chasing Flint Town United, who come into the game on the back of a thumping 7-0 home rout over Llangefni Town.

Manager Matthew Jones, said: "I thought we really dug in and showed some real grit and determination, I was really pleased with how we reacted to going 2-1 down and then how we defended and managed the game after getting the two quick fire goals.

"In really warm conditions against a team that are training four times a week, what really impressed me was how we kept going until the end, the effort that every single one of the players put in was brilliant.

"Seven goals in two games shows that we seem to be finding our cutting edge and like we said last week, we've got goals being chipped in from all over the pitch."

The away side were rewarded for a bright start with the opener on 19 minutes that came from Dean Seager, who despatched a penalty to notch his fifth goal in eight league games so far this term.

This provoked a strong response from the home side, who got back on level terms thanks to a brilliant individual goal from Aldair Neto, who beat a number of challenges before unleashing an effort into the far corner on 33 minutes.

After the break saw City almost seize the initiative when Ashley Ruane went close with an effort on 52 minutes, but they did not have to wait much longer for a second which came through a fine header from Emmanuel Agyemang with 67 on the clock.

Tudno were handed another lease of life on 69 minutes when they were awarded their second spot kick of the afternoon, and former Citizens’ standout Robbie Parry held his nerve to score against his former club.

There was still time for further drama as the away side went ahead once again immediately following the restart when substitute Alfons Fosu-Mensah prodded home from close range after some exceptional skill in the build-up from Aaron Pomeyie.

City threw everything at their opponents in the closing stages in search of an equaliser, but their efforts were met by fierce resistance from the Tudno rear-guard to seal an eye-catching win.