DAN MOORE described Buckley Town’s 3-0 success at Holyhead Hotspur as a “pleasing day”.

Aron Williams found the net with Buckley’s first attack after the Flintshire outfit were forced to weather an early storm.

The game remained in the balance until Jake Roberts made it 2-0 inside the final 10 minutes, before Phil Molyneux added a third in time added on.

After a lengthy spell without a game, Buckley boss Moore was pleased to be safely through to round three.

“We started slowly which I half expected after not playing for three weeks,” said Moore.

“Holyhead started well and we had to defend for the first ten minutes, and we scored with our first attack, which was a good break and a great finish from Aron.

“It was tough at times, with the conditions and a bit of sloppy play on our part, but our goalkeeper didn’t have a shot to save of note - we were good off the ball.

“I was pleased for Jake scoring again, he’s working extremely hard, both at training and in his own time, and he’s getting his rewards.

“Overall it was a pleasing day, three good goals and a clean sheet.

“Thanks to everyone who made the trip to support us, it’s very much appreciated.”

Turning his attentions to today’s third round draw, Moore is remaining open minded over potential opponents.

He added: “We look forward to the next round and we don’t have any preference on who we get.”

Holyhead boss Darren Garmey reflected: “Unlucky today 3-0 was flattering but credit to @BTFCofficial77 they were clinical and punished our errors.”