BUCKLEY TOWN proved boss Dan Moore correct by collecting an important 3-2 win at Conwy.

Moore was confident the Flintshire side’s results would improve sooner rather than later, and he got the victory he craved at Y Morfa.

Connor Littler’s opener for Buckley was cancelled out by Craig Whelan, before Corrig McGonigle gave Conwy the lead in first-half stoppage time.

But Buckley refused to panic and after Aron Williams levelled matters, Littler’s second goal of the game handed the visitors all three points.

Unfortunately for Buckley, lowly Porthmadog remained within striking distance thanks to a surprise 2-1 success at Colwyn Bay.

Mitch Bryant gave Colwyn Bay the lead, but Iddon Price cancelled that out prior to the interval and former Cefn Druids attacker Ilan ap Gareth converted a match-winning penalty.

That win came at a welcome time for Porthmadog, who saw Sion Eifion Jones step down from his role as manager on Friday.

“It is with a heavy heart that I have agreed to leave Porthmadog with immediate effect,” said Jones. “The position we are in at the moment is unacceptable for a club of Port’s stature and I take full responsibility.

“I’ve had four great years at the club and met some fantastic people along the way. The club will forever hold a special place in my heart and I really do hope that the club can get back to winning ways sooner rather than later.

“When I stepped into football management I knew there would be good days but I also knew there would be tough days. Today is a tough day.”

Rock-bottom Llanfair suffered a 10th defeat as Llanrhaeadr recorded a 3-2 away win.

Ian Matthews’ double and Khyam Wyton’s penalty secured the three points for Llanrhaeadr, while Alun Hughes and Ben Jones kept Llanfair in the game.

Bangor City were also victorious on the road as they beat rivals Rhyl 2-1. Emmanuel Agyemang and Simone Rea scored either side of Sam Molyneux’s leveller for Rhyl to hand the Citizens a welcome victory.