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THERE were goals galore in the Huws Gray Alliance, table-toppers Prestatyn Town leading the way in an 11-1 win at bottom club Conwy.

Ben Maher scored four with Jordan Davies and James Stead both notching a brace as the Seasiders topped the 100-goal mark for the season. They also extended their lead over second-place Caernarfon Town to 11 points as the Canaries were held to a 2-2 home draw by Denbigh Town. Goals from Craig Pritchard and Jake Eyre gave the visitors a two-goal lead, but the hosts earned a point through Jamie Breese and Danny Brookwell.

Flint remain third after a 3-3 away draw at Llanfair, James Hooper scoring twice for the Silkmen after a Richie Foulkes opener, but goals from Mark Jones, Jamie Davies and Paul Griffiths meant a point stayed in mid-Wales.

Porthmadog were in seventh heaven at Buckley, winning 7-0 through a Paul Lewis brace, with Cai Jones, Tom Clarke, James Davies, Gary Jones and Joe Williams also on the scoresheet.

Caersws were hammered 6-2 at Ruthin, Craig Wilkinson and Jordan Macarter both claiming two for the home side, while Holywell and Holyhead shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw at the New Stadium, Wayne Edwards levelling from the penalty spot for the Harbourmen after an early Matt Harvey own goal for the visitors.