TWO fixtures were played and two were cancelled this weekend as the weather continued to wreak havoc on Wales' lower leagues.

In what was supposed to be a Saturday full of Huws Gray Megan Cup action, Bryngwran Bulls' tie with Llangoed Reserves was postponed and Mynydd Tigers' match against Bodorgan was moved to another date.

However, two fixtures were able to go ahead thanks to the availability of the 3G facilities beside Bangor City's Nanporth stadium.

On Saturday afternoon, Kevin Jones' Arriva Bangor squad swept aside Pentraeth Reserves with a 4-1 win.

Prolific forward Scott Hughes hit a brace as he took his tally for the season to 23 goals. Andy Clarke and Kyle Jones hit the other two for the home side and Jack Diamond scored for the visitors.

In the evening kick-off at the 3G pitch, Caergybi impressed in a 7-0 win over Llandegfan.

A quick-fire start to the match saw the home side go 2-0 up courtesy of an Ashley Beck double, however, the visitors improved and held out till half time, going close to pulling one back on a couple of occasions.

Two minutes into the second half, Beck completed his hat-trick with a fine chipped finish. Richard Argyle then scored on 50 minutes before the Kon-X Anglesey League top scorer Gary Jo Owen netted on 55.

Owen had the chance to double his tally on the hour from the spot but his penalty was well saved by Llandegfan goalkeeper Hywel Hughes.

Beck netted his fourth on 80 minutes before Scott Pettersen added the seventh and final goal of the game.

After the match, Caergybi manager, Dale Moffat, was full of praise for the opposition.

"The game was not as one-sided as the scoreline suggests." he said.

"Llandegfan always looked dangerous on the break and kept our defence busy at times.

"We would like to wish them all the best for the rest of the season and thank them for a good spirited game."