Nomads take advantage of Rhyl's day off

Andrew SwarbrickWITH Rhyl's game at Penycae postponed, Gap Connah's Quay took the opportunity to open-up a four point lead at the top of the Huws Gray Alliance.
The Nomads won 3-0 away at Llangefni Town after Lee Hughes had put through his own goal on the half-hour. Craig Jones soon added a second and Jamie Petrie sealed the win eight minutes from time.
Cefn Druids moved back into the title race after hitting back from a goal down to beat Porthmadog 2-1 at The Rock.
Fourth-placed Port took a 16th-minute lead thanks to Marcus Orlik, but the Ancients responded with goals from Warren Duckett and Andrew Swarbrick.
After a superb run of victories earlier in the season, Caersws have hit the buffers and slumped to their fifth straight defeat, 1-0 at home to Flint Town United, who took the spoils with a Chris Riley goal.
A brace from Bangor City loanee John Owen took Conwy United to a 2-1 home win over Guilsfield, who replied through Mike Owen, while Jack Crompton's goal was enough Ruthin Town to win at fellow strugglers Llanrhaeadr.
On Friday night, Buckley Town claimed third place with a 3-1 win at Llandudno, with Mike Burke, Matt Hughes and Neil Wynne the scorers.
Photo: Andrew Swarbrick scored the Druids' winner.
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