CAERNARFON Ladies continued their exceptional recent form with a resounding 64-7 win over Whitland.

The Cofis were in ruthless form from the outset and almost had the game won within the opening ten minutes, with Rachel Taylor touching down for the first try of the game after two minutes.

A similar build up of direct play by Brea Leung, Sophie Richards and Elen Evans then gave second row Tawny Travis the opportunity to pick up and charge over to double the lead soon after, and their blistering opening brought a third try in ten minutes when Taylor crossed the line for her second of the afternoon.

Welsh international Taylor was a constant threat for the home side, and the talented back produced another fine piece of skill to claim her hat-trick on 25 minutes, and the same player was on hand to finish off a superb team move involving Evans and Beth Davies for her fourth score.

Lowri Wyn was the next home player to go over when she took advantage of the smallest of gaps in the visiting rearguard, and Davies also got in on the act before the break after good work from Iona Evans.

A host of changes at the interval saw the hosts increase their advantage further through debutant Jemma Stubbington to break the 50-point barrier, with Leung and flanker Elin Royle bringing the try total to ten and complete the scoring from a home perspective.

Credit to the visitors, they kept plugging away and finally got a consolation for their efforts which came from Amy Morgan, who scored under the posts to ensure they had something to show for their efforts.