WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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JAMIE Breese was the home hero as Huws Gray Alliance leaders Caernarfon Town hit Mold Alexandra for six without reply at The Oval.

The striker claimed four of the goals with Jay Gibbs and Darren Thomas also on target as the Canaries maintained a four-point lead at the summit.

Chasers Cefn Druids, who have a game in hand, won 2-0 at Llanfair United thanks to a brace from Jack Graham, who only made the game safe in the final minute after handing the Ancients a 14th-minute lead.

Third-placed Denbigh Town were 3-1 winners at Guilsfield, Alan Bull grabbing a brace and Anthony Williams also on target before a stoppage-time consolation for Danny Barton's men from Arran Edwards.

Struggling Caersws shared 10 goals with Prestatyn Town in a remarkable game at the Recreation Ground. Mark Griffiths and Elliot Jones both claimed a brace for the Bluebirds, with Scott Williams notching an equaliser after the Seasiders had scored through Jon Fisher-Cooke, Jack Kenny, Alex Jones, Mike Parker and a Sion Clarke own goal.

Gresford Athletic's first season since promotion sees them up to fourth after a 2-1 home win over bottom club Rhayader Town, Nathan Peake and Andrew Stockton scoring the home goals with Dafydd Caruthers replying.

Holywell Town's first home game for some weeks ended with a 4-0 win over Holyhead Hotspur, Dafydd Griffiths opening the Wellmen's account in the first minute. Further goals followed from Connor Littler, Paul Williams and Phil Lloyd.

Cai Jones scored the only goal of the game as Porthmadog beat Buckley Town at the Traeth. 

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29 March 2017

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