PENMAENMAWR Phoenix enhanced their Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two title chances with a 3-0 victory at Amlwch Town.

The championship contenders produced another stylish display to remain level on points with Y Felinheli having played a game more, and manager Martyn Jones was thrilled with his side’s display during their latest triumph.

He said: “I’m delighted with the three points and clean sheet.

“We started slow but got into the game towards the end of the first half. Tom Prince was again named man of the match for another fantastic display in the centre of midfield but special praise needs to go to Alfie Caldecott - luck hasn’t really been on his side the last couple of games but he won us the match today, winning a penalty for the first goal and then killing Amlwch off with two great finishes in the second.

“We’ve got a tough few fixtures to come but the lads are in good spirits and looking push on.”

The visitors got their noses in front just before the break when Mike Lundstram successfully converted from the penalty spot, before Caldecott notched a second for Phoenix following the interval with 47 on the clock.

They managed to wrap up proceedings two minutes from time thanks to another superb strike from Caldecott.

A hotly contested derby encounter between Llandudno Amateurs and Llandudno Junction ended with both claiming a point after a thrilling 3-3 draw.

Two goals from Curtis Cooper and a solitary Jack Williams strike rescued a point for the Railwaymen, with Luke Mahoney, David Sharp and Joseph Jones on target for Sandy Malone’s side.

There was no such luck for Mochdre Sports, who only had a Gareth Jones effort to show from their heavy 5-1 home reverse at Llannefydd.