GLAN Conwy’s impressive recent run of results came to an end with a narrow 1-0 reverse at Holyhead Hotspur.

The newly promoted side pushed the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One leaders all the way before eventually conceding a late goal to ensure they had nothing to show from another encouraging display.

Howard Vaughan’s side managed to repel the home side for the majority of the contest and also missed some chances of their own to secure a shock victory.

The crucial moment arrived in the dying stages when Deian Parry’s expert delivery was met by the head of defender Alex Jones a minute from time to settle matters.

Llandudno Albion’s fading championship hopes also suffered a telling blow as they were beaten 2-0 at home by in-form Bodedern Athletic.

The away side began the game on the front foot and went ahead on 19 minutes when Shaun Jenkins converted a chance, and Ricky Williams’ men were presented with a golden chance to seal the points after the break when they were awarded a penalty with 78 on the clock.

Casey Boylan remained composed to put away the spot kick and end Albion’s unbeaten home record.

Llandudno Junction almost caused a stir at the Division Two summit before falling to a 4-3 loss at title-chasing Y Felinheli.

A Jack Nettleton brace and a solitary Jack Williams strike looked to have secured a share of the spoils for the Railwaymen, but Owain Roberts, Gruff John and Iwan Owen (2) netted for the home side to give them a crucial three points.

Penmaenmawr Phoenix saw their lead at the top reduced after they were downed 3-1 at home by Llannefydd.

A two-goal salvo from Elgan Roberts did the majority of the damage, with Ciran Jones also on target for the visitors.

Llandudno Amateurs’ recent resurgence was halted in emphatic fashion with a 5-0 thumping at championship contenders Gaerwen.

Sandy Malone’s side were in good form coming into the game but were no match for the hosts, who had two goals each from Chris Bennett and Gethin Davies contribute significantly to their triumph.