MENAI Bridge turned in one of their best performances of the season to win 45-7 at Rhos.

The away side dealt with the snowy conditions far better than their opponents, and they went ahead early on when scrum half Darren Jones produced a fine piece of individual skill to touch down under the posts. Dion McGrath fired over the conversion.

Further pressure on the home defence allowed Bridge to move the ball to the wing and Daniel Hughes crossed for a try soon after, and this was swiftly followed by a blistering run from Corrie Shorock which enabled him to cross the white wash.

The visitors managed to seal their bonus point just before the half-time whistle thanks to a surging run down the flank from Pat Roberts to go over in the corner, and the opportunistic Jones dareted through the Rhos rearguard for his second try of the afternoon after the break.

Bridge then mounted a series of attacks that culminated with McGrath crossing wide out and converting from the touchline.

This was soon followed by a kick through the home defence by McGrath, which was chased down by Shorock for a try.

Ryan Crump did manage a consolation try for the home side with time winding down which was converted by Ethan Bishop, but it did not take the gloss off another outstanding performance from Bridge.