MENAI Bridge Tigers advanced to the Gwynedd Cup third round thanks to a 4-2 home win over Llangoed.

The all-conquering Tigers continued their incredible start to the campaign with another impressive display against a spirited Llan outfit, and the hosts opened the scoring after 15 minutes when Harry Jones fund the net.

Charlie McKenna gave the visitors a shock leveller later in the first period when he finished well on 34 minutes, but this joy proved to be short-lived as Sam Roberts restored the home side’s cushion with 37 gone.

After the break saw the Tigers increase their advantage courtesy of Kevin Roberts and a David Thomas own goal on 51 and 69 minutes, and despite a consolation from Thomas after 81 it was not enough to prevent the hosts’ seeing out the remainder of the game in comfortable fashion to advance.

Also through to the nest stage are Nefyn United, who produced a fine performance to come away from their trip to Glantraeth with a 3-1 victory.

Goals from Guto Roberts, Zac Allinson and Llion Jones were enough to send United through, with Tim Evans securing a consolation in stoppage time for Warren Gibbs’ men from the spot.

In Gwynedd League action, a treble from Craig Evans was the highlight of Gwalchmai’s 5-2 success at Llanystumdwy, with Corey Sinnott and Kian Owen also on target for the away side.

Waunfawr were denied a dramatic home win against Mynydd Tigers at the death, with an Ian Owen strike on 86 minutes ensuring both sides had something to show from a thrilling 4-4 draw.