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THE loss of leading scorer Kayne McLaggan after just 37 minutes was no barrier for Barry Town United as super-sub James Demetriou came off the bench to grab a 27-minute hat-trick.

A mistake by Luke Cooper gifted Robbie Parry a goal for Llandudno inside the first minute, but an error by the visitors handed Demetriou his first goal four minutes after coming onto the pitch. Demetriou struck twice again in the second half and Chris Hugh rounded-off a 4-1 win six minutes from time. The win lifted the Dragons to the top of the Play-Off Conference.

Bangor City went into second place in the Championship Conference with a 2-0 away win at Cefn Druids on Friday night, both goals arriving inside two minutes at the end of the first half from Steven Hewitt, the second from the penalty spot.

Leaders The New Saints were 1-0 winners at Connah's Quay thanks to a Jon Routledge goal on the stroke of half time, but TNS had skipper and goalkeeper Paul Harrison sent-off for dissent in the final minutes.

In the final game on Saturday, Cardiff Met remain winless in Phase 2 after a 1-0 defeat Bala Town, whose goal came from Les Davies after 15 minutes.