THE year has ended on a high for Corwen.

The final league game of 2018 saw Danny Jellicoe's charges hosting Cefn Albion on a bitterly cold and wet day.

Considering the conditions, a large crowd was in attendance to watch the game.

Due to the weather, the first half was a bit of a damp squib, with neither side able to play much good football as the wind often held the ball up.

Corwen did have an early chance from Sam Henry's corner, but Kyle Jones headed the ball just over the bar.

At the other end, Cefn’s Jimmy Jones chased down a cross from Jordan Jones, but Corwen keeper Dylan Jones was able to keep up with Joneses and pounced on the ball.

Ten minutes from the break and Sam Henry sent a shot from distance over the bar, which was followed a couple of minutes later by Dale Davies heading just wide of the target.

The Corwen team swapped their soaking wet shirts during the interval and the restart was slightly delayed after some of the Cefn players got locked in the changing room.

Corwen threatened early in the second half when Sam Henry's free kick went narrowly wide.

The next chance for the hosts came when the ball was played back to Alex Webster, who hit his shot from the edge of the box over the bar.

Three minutes before the hour mark and Corwen finally took the lead.

Following a scramble in the box, the ball ran through to Dale Davies, who slotted it into the back of the net.

However, the score was level in the 65th minute.

A corner was headed towards goal in a crowded box by substitute Callum Taylor and the ball just about crept over the line.

Corwen regained the advantage a minute later.

They were awarded a penalty when Sam Henry was brought down in the penalty area.

Joe Williams' spot kick clipped the inside of the post and went into the net.

It was 3-1 to Corwen a minute later.

The ball ping-ponged around the box before being impressively volleyed home by Sam Henry, bringing to end an 11-minute spell that saw four goals.