IT may have been scrappy, but Denbigh Town secured a crucial 2-0 triumph during their Ardal North West League trip to Llangefni Town.

Town did manage to control the match on Anglesey, with goals from Paul Fleming and Jake Walker either side of half-time secured a precious three points.

With four matches left to play, Dewi Llion Jones' side know that seven points will prove sufficient to give them the title and, with it, secure promotion to Cymru North.

On Wednesday, Denbigh pay a visit to Llay Welfare and on May 3, they head to Llanrwst United.

If things go to plan, victory at home to Nantlle Vale on May 6 will give Denbigh the championship, while they will end their campaign at Rhostyllen on May 13.

Bangor 1876 are the only team that can deny Denbigh the top honour and they host Nantlle Vale and Hawarden Rangers to end their season.

On a scorching day at Llangefni’s Cae Bob Parry, Town were led by Kristian Pierce due to the absence of Dewi Llion Jones, complimented by coaches Brett Jones, Matty Jones and Liam Nash.

Denbigh began brightly with Nathan Brown having a sighter within the first five minutes, with his effort going just wide.

As both sides settled, it was the visiting Town who managed to make the breakthrough on 12 minutes.

There was a spot of pinball in the Llangefni box and Fleming was on hand to strike a powerful effort into the roof of Steve Sinclair’s net.

Sinclair was called into action a number of times in the first half as he parried Brown’s shot moments after the goal.

Fleming’s good work found Craig Rogers, who set up the chance for Brown before he was denied.

Llangefni’s first chance of note came just before the 20-minute mark as a shot from distance came from nowhere which was dealt with well by Aaron Jones between the sticks.

The home goalkeeper continued to frustrate Denbigh as both Fleming and Matthew Worrall were denied.

Rogers had the best chance prior to half-time as his left-footed shot went agonisingly wide of the post.

The second half opened with limited chances and the first moment of note occurred ten minutes in as Sinclair clashed with Ben Lockley and required treatment.

Denbigh continued to press after a sluggish start to the half, with Worrall going close when his powerful drive just went past the post on the hour mark.

Seconds later and Jake Walker had a chance to double the advantage when capitalising on a defensive error, but he volleyed the ball just over the top.

Following a lull in play, Denbigh did finally grab their second goal.

A ball from Brown was headed back across goal from Fleming and Walker’s powerful header beat Sinclair to give the visitors some breathing space.

Before the final whistle, it was almost three-nil when Morgan Thomas-Sadler, who had come on minutes before, hit the bar from six yards out.