PENMAENMAWR Phoenix boss Martyn Jones was beaming with pride after his secured a last-gasp 1-0 home win over Mochdre Sports.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One side continue to make steady progress and moved into eighth spot in the standings after securing another three points in the dying stages of a tense affair.

Jones, said: “Any fixture against Mochdre is always a battle and the tricky conditions added to that.

“I’m really proud of the lads for sticking to the game plan and being patient, I thought we were absolutely solid at the back which was backed up by the clean sheet and man of the match performance from captain Scott McGoona at centre half.

“When you get into that last ten minutes of a match and it’s still goalless you have to be really switched on and then take your chances when they come.

“It’s a big win for us and takes us up to third which shows how quick things can change in this league.”

A tense contest was settled on 85 minutes when Aaron Keating remained composed to loop a header into the net to secure a valuable three points for the away side.

Llandudno Amateurs’ encouraging recent run continued with a thrilling 4-4 home draw with Y Felinheli.

Luke Mahoney was in fine form for Sandy Malone’s men during their Friday night clash, netting a brace either side of half time to play a leading role in another positive result.

Aaron Roberts and Joe Jones were also on target for the hosts, with Rhys Parry (2), Carwyn Dafydd and Iwan Owen finding the net for the away side.