A THIRD win on the bounce has maintained Henllan's lofty aims.

Chris Brown's charges haven't finished outside of the top-two since 2015 and they secured a spot in the top-four after claiming a 3-1 win at early season frontrunners Llanfair.

The hosts struggled to keep up with the Joneses during the course of the contest.

Mathew Jones found the target twice for Henllan, with the visitors' remaining goal being netted by Ed Jones.

Llanfair did pull a goal back after they fell two goals behind.

Llyr Morris was fouled in the box for a penalty to be awarded and the Summer League's top scorer then converted the spot kick to take his tally for the campaign up to nine goals.

Morris had a half-chance to cut the gap between the sides after the interval, but he was denied by the visiting number one.