LLANDUDNO picked up another positive result as they held JD Cymru North title-chasers Flint Town United to a 1-1 draw.

A hotly contested affair between the two in-form sides ended with both having something to show for their efforts, and the result leaves Matthew Jones’ side sitting in ninth position ahead of their trip to newly promoted Llangefni Town on Friday night (7.30pm).

The home side got off to a tremendous start and went ahead on seven minutes when Aaron Pomeyie produced a neat finish after good work from Scott McHarrie and Dean Seager to break the deadlock.

The Silkmen had a golden chance to restore parity to the score-line on 24 minutes when Mark Cadwallader was sent through on goal, but the talented forward was unusually wasteful and fired the opportunity over the bar.

Tudno stopper Shaun Pearson had to be at his best to deny United a leveller on three separate occasions just before the break, with a long-range attempt from Robbie Parry sailing narrowly over at the other end.

After the interval saw the visitors get back on level terms during the opening exchanges when Cadwallader’s header narrowly crossed the line on 46 minutes.

The hosts responded well to the goal and almost regained the upper hand on 56 minutes when Seaher failed to find the target after neat link-up play with Pomeyie.

Bailey Jackson and Lee Thomas spurned good chances for the home side midway through the half, and Tudno were wasteful once again on 80 minutes when substitute Alfons Fosu-Mensah presented a chance to Jacob Farleigh, and the former Bangor City standout forced United stopper Jon Danby into a sensational stop and the danger was averted.

This proved to be the final chance of note from the home side, who had Pearson to thank for a point in the closing stages when he superbly palmed away a header.