SPIRITED Llandyrnog United were less than five minutes away from denting the title dreams of Llangefni Town.

The islanders are strong favourites to claim this season's Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League Division One championship.

However, Llangefni looked to be on course to drop a couple of vital points when they were being held 1-1 by determined hosts Llandyrnog United at Cae Nant on Saturday.

However, the game's pivotal moment arrived when the visitors were awarded a penalty with just four minutes remaining.

This was successfully converted to give Llangefni their 14th victory of the season.

Despite occupying a spot in the bottom-three, Llandyrnog proved to be tough opponents on the day and they took the lead with a peach of a goal in the 25th minute.

With his back to goal, Danny Roberts managed to hook the ball into the top corner of the net, leaving Llangefni number one Sinclair with no chance.

That was that for the next three-quarters of an hour and United preserved their slender advantage until the closing 20 minutes.

Llangefni eventually levelled things up in the 72nd minute.

Kev Lloyd chased down a flick-on from Craig Roberts and he squeeze his shot into the net via a post.

It looked like both sides would have to be satisfied with a point apiece from the contest.

However, with Llangefni throwing everything forward in an effort to grab a winner, they won a penalty in the 86th minute.

Kev Lloyd stepped up to slot the spot kick into the net.