LLANDUDNO Amateurs were unable to build on positive recent results as they were downed 6-1 at Y Felinheli.

The newly promoted side endured a difficult day at the office against their Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two rivals, which saw them fall behind early on when Iwan Owen produced a quick-fire brace on ten and 11 minutes to put the home side in the ascendancy.

Aron Rodgers hit a consolation for the away side after the break, but Carwyn Dafydd, Owen and Rhodri Dafydd all hit the target in the second period to condemn the Amateurs’ to defeat.

Manager Sandy Malone, said: “Dreadful mistakes cost us dearly.

“We were punished by every mistake bar two of the home side’s goals that were very good, especially their third.

“To play how we did and concede like that, the players have only themselves to blame.

“We played some tremendous football as well, likely the best we've seen for a while all round going forward, however it’s the defensive side of things as a whole that has let us down.”

Llandudno Junction were unable to cause a stir at the summit as they were thrashed 9-3 at home by title chasing Gaerwen.

A brace apiece from Shaun Monument and Iwan Williams did the majority of the damage, with Connor Gordon, Tim Cavanagh, Darren Lewthwaite and an own goal rounding off a miserable afternoon at the office for the Railwaymen.

Penmaenmawr Phoenix were on the wrong end of a 3-1 loss at Pwllheli thanks to a hat-trick from Gareth Jones, with Martyn Smith netting the away side’s consolation.