NOTHING could separate title-chasing Nantglyn and Llanrhaeadr in their high-flying Thursday night encounter.

It was Nantglyn who won the reverse fixture on the opening night of the season, but Llanrhaeadr stretched their unbeaten run to 10 matches with this draw to remain in the mix for the top honour.

Nantglyn are also in with a chance of lifting the crown and Arwyn Lloyd's first goal of the season had them on the scoreboard.

Top marksman Rhys Rowlands was on the scoresheet for the visitors.

Joint-Llanrhaeadr boss Martin Baldry admitted: "It was a very close game once again.

"I can't single anyone out as each player gave it everything from start to finish."

Left back Dafydd Owen had a really good game for the home side.