LLANDUDNO Junction reached the Barritt Cup third round thanks to a superb 3-1 home win over Barmouth and Dyffryn United.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two side overcame the odds against high quality opposition to book their place in the hat, further demonstrating the progress being made by the Railwaymen since the turn of the year.

A scoreless first half was brought to life in the second period, and it was the home side that drew first blood thanks to a Jack Williams strike on the hour mark.

Things got even better shortly following the opener on 75 minutes, and once again it was Williams who was the beneficiary of some fine approach play to despatch his second of the afternoon.

Their passage to the next stage of the competition was all-but assured on 80 minutes when another impressive spell saw Adam Montgomery finish well.

The visitors did manage a consolation a minute from time courtesy of William Jones, but it failed to take the gloss off a tremendous Junction display.

Glan Conwy also reached the third-round stage with a 2-0 home triumph over Bodedern Athletic.

The Division One high-flyers took a slender lead into the break when Colwyn Bay loanee Morgan Owen continued his fine recent form with another well-taken effort on 25 minutes.

After the interval saw Glan double their lead during the opening exchanges, with Ian Pattison finding the net on 50 minutes to complete the scoring.