Holyhead Hotspur Reserves maintained their unbeaten start to the season with an excellent 4-2 victory at Cemaes Bay.
The result ensures Hotspur are joint leaders of the Lucas Oil Anglesey League after three matches.
Taking on a Cemaes side which had won their opening two games, the visitors clinched the points thanks to doubles from Craig Moore and Deion Parry.
Chris Byast hit back with a double of his own for Bay, one a penalty.
Also co-leaders of the table are undefeated Pentraeth Reserves, who took the spoils 2-0 at Holyhead Town Reserves.
Tom Jones and regular marksman Kenny Williams were on target for the visiting team, who head the standings on goal difference.
Bodorgan and Llanfairpwll played out a 2-2 draw.
Luke Allaway pocketed a pair for the home side, Elliot Jones and Shaun Jones with the ‘Pwll replies.
Unfortunately, a floodlight failure meant Friday night’s much-awaited clash between Arriva Bangor and Mountain Rangers had to be postponed.
A refereeing issue caused Saturday’s scheduled tussle between Cefni and CPD Y Fali to be called off.