THE cricket pitch wasn't the only place to see a century at the weekend!

Denbigh's final home game of the season saw them claim a 2-1 win over Llanrwst United, with Mark Roberts grabbing Town's 100th league goal of the campaign.

With third place secured in the league, thus was an opportunity for Denbigh to put more pressure on Porthmadog with the race for second place very much going down to the wire.

On 16 minutes, the first real chance fell to Denbigh.

Jake Walker's free kick cannoned off the far post and rolled back across the goal line and to safety.

Walker went close again on 25 minutes from Danny Clarke's cross, with his looping header just going over the top.

Clarke almost had the opener for Denbigh soon after direct from a corner.

The goal line clearance fell to Walker who forced Owen in the Llanrwst goal to tip his effort over.

Josh Davies' diving header forcing Owen into yet another save, with the first half ending goalless.

Denbigh were quick out of the traps in the second half and on 48 minutes, they grabbed the lead through Mark Roberts.

Some fine work from Josh Davies on the edge of the box found him with a defence-splitting reverse pass, and Roberts clinically slotted the ball through the keeper's legs to grab the headlines and Denbigh's 100th league goal of the campaign.

However, on 63 minutes and somewhat against the run of play, Llanrwst were level.

Noble's superb strike from the edge of the box cannoned off the crossbar, with Callum Parry quickest to pounce to head the ball into an empty net.

This was certainly a wake-up call for the home side, and it didn't take long for them to restore their lead, with a finely worked team goal.

Paul Fleming, with some neat footwork, found Walker on the edge of the box, whose neat ball-work and delaying tactics allowed Sion Jones to make his way into the area.

Walker played the perfect pass into his path and Jones' first time low drive nestled in the far bottom hand corner with the keeper having no chance.

An excellent defensive performance from the central pairing of Sharples and Rogers had very much kept the Roosters attacking force quiet, and it was Denbigh in the latter stages of the match who could have cemented their lead.