A QUICKFIRE second half hat-trick from Geraint Jones has helped to keep Llansannan's title push on track.

A dent in Llan's Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division title hopes looked likely to be delivered when visitors Y Glannau held a 2-1 advantage at the interval.

However, Jones struck three times early in the second period to make sure Llansannan recorded their fifth win of the season.

Goals from Kyle Hulme and Owain Jones had the St Asaph-based side ahead at the break, with Joe Maguire scoring Llan's first half goal.

Geraint Jones made it two-apiece in the 48th minute, while he struck twice more prior to the hour-mark to seal the deal.

An epic finish saw Bro Cernyw snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in their home encounter versus Meliden.

Jake Hughes' 51st minute strike appeared to have delivered the three points in Meliden's favour, however this was eventually cancelled out by Robin Hughes' 90th minute effort for Bro.

There was still time for further drama as Sion Hughes grabbed a winner for the home side two minutes into stoppage time.

It was a testing weekend for Llanelwy Athletic on the back of their 8-0 home defeat at the hands of title chasing Llanfairfechan Town.

Jay Haggas netted a hat-trick for the visitors.

Turning to Division One and two late goals handed Denbigh Town Development a 3-2 triumph in their home clash with Machno United.

In an ideal start for United, Dion Lloyd's second minute strike gave his side the lead, only for Arran Williams to level things up in the 19th minute.

One further goal would arrive prior to the break and Harry Kirkham regained the lead for Machno on 38 minutes.

That appeared to be that, until a dramatic last 10 minutes saw Denbigh turn things around.

John Lewis levelled things up on 83 minutes and Zak Ellis grabbed a dramatic Denbigh winner three minutes from time.

In further Division One action, Henllan were defeated 6-1 in their encounter at home to Betws-y-Coed.

Craig Taylor was on the scoresheet for Henllan, with Sam Llywelyn netting a hat-trick for Betws-y-Coed.