Glantraeth’s Wil Hughes made an instant impact after coming on as an 86th minute substitute by scoring the equaliser for the islanders against Nefyn in the North Wales Coast West Premier on Saturday.

The Cae’r Delyn hosts had looked good for the three points after Rhys Williams gave them the lead on the stroke of half time after good work by Dylan Jones.

Penrhyndeudraeth suffered a heavy 5-2 defeat against visitors Llanberis, a scoreline that didn’t reflect the true nature of the game.

The Cocklemen were not on their best at Maes y Parc on Saturday but Tomos Saynor’s goal for the Darans was all that separated the two teams at the break.

The hosts drew level through Tom Hughes early in the second half but found themselves trailing again on 54 minutes when Dion Owen slotted home a penalty past keeper Iwan Davies.

Nidian Huws and Ifan Mansoor struck to give the visitors a three-goal buffer before Pen hit back, Hughes from the penalty spot for his second of the afternoon.

Substitute Gwyn Jones hit a late fifth for Llanberis to pile on the misery for Pen.

Other results: Mynydd Llandegai 4 Talysarn Celts 4; Trearddur Bay 6 Llanerchymedd 1.