TRACEY Godsall produced an injury time penalty save to maintain Llanfair United’s 100 per cent start to the North Wales League season with a 2-1 win at Rhyl.

Mary Griffiths fired United into a 20th minute lead but the Mid Wales side were frustrated by home goalkeeper Lauren Jones in their search for further goals with Sophie Cook and Gemma Jones denied.

Rhyl levelled on the hour with Mary Bailey deflecting into her own net only for United to restore their lead moments later with Cook and Nia Ellis combining for Jones to lash home.

Rhyl laid siege and were awarded an injury time penalty following a foul by Bailey only for Godsell to deny Natalie Harrison from the spot as United survived.

Meanwhile the newly formed Bishops Castle Town side begin life with a friendly at home to Shrewsbury Town Juniors on Sunday, October 13 with a 2pm kick-off at the Manor Ground.

The side is coached by Bill Naden and Felicity Waters.