CEFN DRUIDS missed out on the chance to build on their lead at the top of the Welsh Premier Development League as they were sunk 4-0 by Llandudno.

With second placed Airbus losing 4-2 at Rhyl and Connah's Quay Nomads, in third, without a game, Druids squandered their opportunity to strengthen their grip on top spot.

Druids coach Shaun Colley reflected: "We set out to win but perhaps we need to put a side out not to lose a game?

"Hopefully this defeat will bring us closer together.

"Credit to @LLFCAcademy though, fabulous display."

Airbus came unstuck against an "outstanding" Rhyl side, according to head coach Rick Chapman.

The Wingmakers managed to get in at the break with the game goalless, and even took the lead through Josh Wright's penalty.

But from then on it was tough going against an impressive Rhyl side, before Luke Jones grabbed a late consolation for Airbus.

Chapman conceded: "We were well beaten. We started sloppily and didn’t get going at all.

"We were lucky to come in at 0-0 and then had a dream start to the second-half as we were awarded a penalty straight from the kick-off.

"From that moment we were dominated as Rhyl seemed physically fitter and worked harder than us.

It was a really bad day for us, but credit to Rhyl who were outstanding."

The New Saints moved to within a point of Nomads courtesy of a 4-0 success at Flint Town United, while Bala Town were 4-1 victors over rock-bottom Newtown.

There is one match tonight as Llandudno make their way to Caernarfon Town.

Sunday's fixtures: Airbus v Caernarfon; Connah's Quay Nomads v Bangor City; Llandudno v Flint Town Utd; Rhyl v Cefn Druids; The New Saints v Newtown.

Holywell Town moved two points clear at the top of the Flintshire Under-19s League courtesy of a 6-0 success at Penyffordd.

Jake Cooke (2), Dylan Pugh, Dylan Mackie, Bailey Roberts and Ben Sim all found the net for the Wellmen.

Chirk are up into second spot after they beat visiting Mold by the odd-goal in seven.

Harry Evans (2), Toby Nash and Brad Pearce won it for Chirk, while Ethan Parry, Lewis Hopwood and Ben Williams made a game of it for Mold.

Sunday's fixtures: Brymbo Lodge v Coedpoeth Utd; Chirk AAA v Brickfield Rangers; FC Brickfield v Mold Alex; Holywell Town v Llay Welfare Colts; Penyffordd v Rhydymwyn.

Brickfield Rangers and Rhydymwyn shared four goals and the points.

Kieran Russell and Josh Jones' penalty gave Brickfield a chance of victory, but Joe French and Mason Lowery earned Rhydymwyn a share of the spoils.