Holyhead Hotspur 1 Penrhyncoch 3

PENRHYNCOCH breathed new life into their survival battle with victory in the coldest reaches of Anglesey.

The Roosters arrived at at the basement side knowing only maximum spoils would do as Gari Lewis plotted their revival following a miserable run of form.

The omens were not good when Tom Clarke gave the hosts a third minute lead and continued to threaten during the early stages.

However Penrhyncoch were stirred into action and Carl Lamb went close before opening his account with a low drive from a a tight angle to restore parity eight minutes before the break.

Penrhyncoch carried their momentum in the second-half but were indebted to goalkeeper Lee Jenkins who produced several important saves to deny Spurs.

The Roosters gradually imposed themselves and ended the match strongly, taking the lead with a minute remaining as Steff Davies headed his side into the lead for the first time.

Holyhead went for broke in search of an equaliser but instead the Roosters sealed victory in the dying embers of injury time with Lamb completing his brace to revive his side’s survival bid while hammering another nail into their hosts relegation coffin.

PENRHYNCOCH: L Jenkins, Corbisiero (S Davies 70), T Evans, S James, Foligno, Sherbon, Rimmer, Shaw, Lamb, J Evans, Blake. Subs: Lewis.