CAERNARFON turned in a hugely improved display to come away with an impressive 34-10 bonus point victory over Mold.

The Cofis made light work of their opponents thanks to a dominant display on both sides of the ball, and the result leaves them sitting in seventh position in the early standings and just ten points from second placed Nant Conwy.

Bro Ffestiniog managed to gain their first success of the campaign with a hard-fought 19-10 win at Bala.

The visitors came out of the blocks flying to gain an early advantage, and despite being put under significant pressure in the final quarter of the contest they managed to hold on for their opening win in four league attempts.

There was no such luck for Llangefni, who suffered their fifth successive top-flight defeat after falling to a 36-10 reverse at high-flying Ruthin.

Bangor were unable to cause a Welsh Rugby Union Bowl upset as they fell to a heavy 43-5 loss at Dolgellau, and Holyhead also bowed out of the competition at the second round stage after a 47-12 home defeat at the hands of Wrexham.