Flint Town United slipped seven points adrift of leaders Prestatyn Town after being held to a 1-1 draw at Llandudno.

Aaron Pomeyie handed Llandudno an early lead, but the Silkmen hit back to dominate the remainder of the first-half, a number of clear cut chances going begging.

Mark Cadwallader did draw Flint level within a minute of the restart, but Llandudno were able to keep their visitors from adding to their tally to earn a share of the spoils.

"We could have won," said Flint boss Niall McGuinness. "We were very depleted going into the game, but we absolutely dominated the first 45 minutes.

"They scored a goal that was two or three yards offside, which is frustrating, but then we've had four chances. In any other game you take at least two of them.

"We came out in the second-half and got the goal we wanted, but then we went flat and lost our rhythm.

"Llandudno then had a spell before the game was end-to-end and either side could have won it late on.

"On reflection, a draw is probably a fair result."

Next-up for Flint is a home clash with leaders Prestatyn, who thumped eight-man Bangor City 7-0.

After a goalless first period, the game burst into life as Rob Hughes (2), Ian Griffiths (2), Alex Jones, Jordan Davies and Kai Edwards scored for Prestatyn as Bangor had David Thompson, Pavel Vieira and Lucas Surber sent-off.

Bangor boss Stephen Vaughan Jr blasted his side, telling the club's official website: “There was a lack of discipline, a lack of quality, a lack of fight and ultimately a lack of absolutely everything in every department. I’m embarrassed and I’m angry.

“It was the worst performance I’ve ever been involved with as a player, coach or in any other capacity within football."