WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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THERE is now a 16-point gap between first and second in the Huws Gray Alliance following Saturday's fixtures.

Prestatyn Town made it 19 wins from 21 games with a 4-2 home success over Mold Alexandra, Ben Maher scoring the first and last goals for the hosts. Owen Davies pulled Mold level before half-time, but Jack Lewis and Mike Parker scored to give control to the Seasiders, although a Matt Lewis goal 13 minutes from time set-up a tense finale until Maker's last-minute effort settled the outcome.

Caernarfon Town went down to a 3-1 defeat at Holyhead's New Stadium. After a 17th-minute opener from Dewi Thomas, the Harbourmen doubled their lead from a controversial Kenleigh Owen penalty after an incident that saw Canaries' keeper Alex Ramsay sent-off. Darren Thomas responded for the 10-men on 70 minutes but the win was sealed by Robert Llewellyn Jones 10 minutes from time.

Third-placed Flint went down to a 2-1 defeat at lowly Ruthin Town, Elyr Morris netting a 92nd-minute penalty for the home side. Andy Brown had earlier put the Silkmen ahead but Jordan McCarter levelled.

Gresford Athletic are up to fourth after a 3-1 home win against bottom club Buckley Town with Owen Roberts and a Jack Chaloner brace for the Wrexham outfit.

Holywell Town hit four without reply at Denbigh through Paul Williams, Jamie McDaid, Bradley McGilloway and Matty Hurdman. Porthmadog's good run ended at home to Conwy Borough despite a first minute goal from Meilir Williams. The Tangerines hit back through a Lee Davey brace and a goal from Tom Morris.

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23 July 2017

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