A LAST gasp strike made sure that Denbigh Town Reserves were able to make their point at Penmaenmawr.

In a Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League Reserves' Division match that was played in testing conditions, Denbigh battled back from a 3-0 deficit to claim a share of the spoils.

Within a minute, the hosts were one-up through Cory Young as Penmaenmawr adapted themselves better to the weather conditions.

Five minutes later and it was 2-0 courtesy of a Denbigh own goal and further misery was to follow on 15 minutes as Joe Williams hit the third.

Denbigh managed to get themselves playing as a unit after this and they reached half-time without conceding any further goals.

A rejuvenated team took to the field in the second half and immediately Denbigh pulled one back via an own goal.

Chance after chance went Denbigh's way as they hit the woodwork four times in a half they dominated.

With a quarter-of-an-hour left, Sam Lewis hit his first goal for the club since his return and Denbigh piled on the pressure as they looked for the equaliser.

It came in the final minute thanks to captain Gwion Bibby and Denbigh came home with a point.

The draw sees Denbigh retain their place at the top of the Reserves' Division on goal difference from second placed Porthmadog, who have a game in hand.