LLANSANNAN booked their place in the Normac Precision Engineering JT (Charlie) Jones Presidents Cup semi-final with a superb 3-2 win at Llanfairfechan Town.

The Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division title rivals conjured up a pulsating cup clash in difficult conditions that eventually went the way of Tom Lewis’ side, who opened the scoring after just two minutes with a fine strike from Ifan Jones.

This was met by a positive response from the hosts, who levelled matters on 27 minutes courtesy of a Sion Devereux effort, but Sannan restored their slender advantage heading into the break when a Town player diverted into his own net with 37 on the clock.

After the break saw experienced forward Geraint Jones increase the away side’s lead on 67 minutes to extend his exceptional recent run of fortune in front of goal, and despite Ellis Jones finding the net for the hosts late on it failed to have an impact on the overall result.

Lewis’ side will take on Division One leaders Llysfaen in the final four following their 2-0 triumph at Llandudno Amateurs Reserves.

A scoreless first half was brought to life following the interval when prolific marksman Sean Sheridan opened the scoring in favour of the visitors on 53 minutes, and they wrapped things up when a quick break was finished off by Alec Jones with five remaining.

The North Football Association also claimed a higher league scalp thanks to a 3-2 home victory over Llanelwy Athletic.

Jordan Taylor’s incredible campaign continued with another stunning display of finishing that proved the difference, with the player despatching three chances successful to add another hat-trick to his collection.

Llandudno Athletic round off the semi-finalists following a hard-fought 2-1 success at Meliden.

Things looked good for the away side as goals either side of half time from Ash McKinstry and Alex Stokes gave Rhys Lane’s men a comfortable cushion heading into the closing stages, but the Miners’ made a fight of things with a Aidey Croughan strike that they were unable to build on.