STRUGGLING Llangefni failed to cause a stir at the WRU National League Division One North summit as they fell to a heavy 52-0 loss at unbeaten Llandudno.

The Goats have been in relentless form throughout the campaign and turned on the style once again to remain narrowly clear of the chasing pack, with Morgan Owen going over for the first try of the contest after just four minutes, Nick Dundee fired over the conversion.

This was swiftly followed by another attacking move on 12 minutes that saw Lloyd Evans cross the white wash, with Bob Evans also going over soon after to further reflect their dominance Dundee hit one of the conversion attempts.

The onslaught continued and further tries came before the half time whistle from Dan O’Sullivan and Davies, giving the title hopefuls a comfortable cushion at the interval.

It was a case of more of the same after the break, with Evans scoring his second of the afternoon after another outstanding spell of phases. Dundee fired over the extras.

Another telling break saw Rhys Henderson touch down on 68 minutes, converted by Dundee, and Davies capped off a superb display with his hat-trick to round off the afternoon two minutes from time to ensure Cefni remain bottom of the standings.

Caernarfon also had nothing to show for their efforts after they were beaten 15-8 at home by Bala, and Bethesda now find themselves in fifth spot after a narrow 22-20 home reverse at the hands of Ruthin.

Division Two North side Bangor failed to build on their positive recent form after losing 22-7 at home to Rhyl and District, with Menai Bridge suffering a 36-12 defeat at title chasing Machynlleth.

There was better fortune for Holyhead, who are now in fourth position after an 8-0 triumph at Llangefni Seconds.