LLANRWST United’s exceptional run of form continued with a dramatic 2-1 victory at Greenfield.

The Rwsters’ dug deep with ten men to claim another vital three points in their pursuit of the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One crown, with prolific striker Callum Parry once again playing a leading role in his side’s success.

Despite the eventual result it was the home side who drew first blood when Simon Fawcett converted a chance on 23 minutes, but United responded well and went into the break on level terms when Parry successfully converted from the penalty spot.

After the break saw the Rwsters’ reduced to ten men with ten minutes remaining, yet this setback only spurred them on further and they snatched all three points at the death when Parry pounced for his second of the afternoon and his 18th league goal of the season to extend United’s unbeaten record to six, winning five and drawing one.

Glan Conwy were left rueing an incredible display from Holyhead Hotspur goalkeeper Carl Jones in their 1-0 home defeat to the league leaders.

A second half strike from Harry Lewis put Spurs’ ahead, and Jones pulled off a series of incredible saves throughout the remainder of the period to deny Howard Vaughan’s men a share of the spoils after another display full of quality.

Llandudno Albion’s championship hopes also took a dent as they were beaten 3-0 at Llanberis.

The visitors found themselves two-down at the break thanks to goals from Tomos Saynor and Ryan Owen on 19 and 43 minutes, and they were undone again after the break when Owen took advantage of a quick break in stoppage time for his brace.