CORWEN are still in with a chance of climbing out of the Ardal North West League's bottom two after claiming a brilliant 4-1 success at Llandrindod Wells.

This was only Corwen's fourth win of the campaign and it moves them to within four points of Welshpool Town.

Benjamin Wilson Davies and Owen Cordiner both went close for Corwen during the early stages, while a Llandrindod Wells attempt struck the crossbar.

Gethin Edwards almost grabbed a goal of the season contender when his spectacular scorpion kick went just wide of the goal.

Edwards was just off target with a first time strike soon after as chances continued to be created, but Corwen did eventually claim the lead after 31 minutes.

Home goalkeeper James Barker gave the ball away under pressure from Scott Evans, who played the ball back to Owen Cordiner and he slotted home.

Barker saved well from Matthew Pleavin as Corwen looked to extend their advantage, while at the other end, Thomas Durant unleashed a powerful shot at goal that was brilliantly saved by Rhys Jones.

Corwen did double their advantage in the closing stages of the first half.

Barker did get a hand to Scott Evans' 25-yard free kick, but he was unable to keep it out.

The visitors went even further ahead five minutes into the second half.

A quick counter-attack ended when Gethin Edwards played in Owen Cordiner and he placed the ball beyond the Llandrindod number one.

Back came the hosts when they were awarded a penalty with half-an-hour remaining.

Rhys Jones dived the right way, but Jack Evans' spot kick picked out the bottom corner of the net.

However, Corwen put the game to bed 10 minutes later as Scott Evans' corner was headed in by Harry Pooler.