Two second half goals from Asa Thomas guided Welsh Alliance Division One leaders Holyhead Hotspur to a 2-0 win over visitors St Asaph City.
Thomas made it 29 goals across all teams and competitions for the season to move Darren Garmey’s side seven points clear at the summit.
Hotspur’s unbeaten run now stretches to 15 games and they have won 26 of their 30 matches this term. They also maintain their 100% home record in the league.
The strong wind made playing football pretty much impossible at the New Stadium and a goalless first half was littered with frustration for both teams.
Hotspur got the breakthrough on the hour with a 25-yard curler from Thomas.
And the goal machine sealed the points after 85 minutes by scoring direct from a corner.
Hotspur’s 15 matches without defeat
Feb 29: St Asaph City (h – WAL) 2-0
Feb 22: Llanrwst United (a – Mawddach Cup) W 3-1
Feb 8: Welshpool Town (a – FAW Trophy QF) W 3-0
Feb 1: Greenfield (a – Cookson Cup SF) W 2-1
Jan 25: Glan Conwy (h – Welsh Alliance League) W 1-0
Jan 18: Llanrwst United (a – FAW Trophy) W 5-4
Jan 4: Denbigh Town (a – WAL) W 2-2
Dec 28: Mynydd Llandegai (a – WAL) W 3-2
Dec 21: Prestatyn Sports (h – WAL) W 5-1
Dec 14: Penrhyndeudraeth (h – Barritt Cup R1) W 2-1
Dec 7: Glan Conwy (a – WAL) W 1-0
Nov 30: Llandyrnog United (a – WAL) W 6-1
Nov 27: Blaenau Amateurs (h – Cookson Cup) W 4-3
Nov 23: Bodedern Athletic (a – FAW Trophy) W 2-0
Nov 20: Llanberis (h – WAL) W 2-1
Total record for season (all competitions): Played 30 Won 26 Drawn 1 Lost 3 Goals For 98 Goals Against 44
Rest of the Welsh Alliance
Blaenau Amateurs were on cloud nine after Meilir Williams’ 49th minute goal secured them a 1-0 victory at Llandudno Albion in Division One.
Llandyrnog United also grabbed a great result, an 87th minute Tom Kelly goal sealing a 1-1 draw at Greenfield.
Dean Hyland had given the hosts a 46th minute lead.
In Division Two, Aberffraw continued their climb away from the basement with a 4-1 home beating of Llandudno Amateurs.
Steven Jenkins (2), Richard Roberts and Nathan Moore shared the home goals, Martin Byast replying.
Pwllheli and Llannefydd shared a goalless draw.
Table-toppers Colwyn Bay triumphed 5-3 at St Asaph City in the Reserves Division.
There were two goals each for Lewys Jones and Harri Gwilym and one from Morgan Ashworth.