GLAN Conwy forward Jordan Phillips was at his brilliant best during their emphatic 10-2 home rout over Aberffraw.

The summer signing from Mochdre Sports has enjoyed a fine campaign to date and was in ruthless mood throughout the triumph, which leaves the promotion hopefuls in third position and nine points behind leaders Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs.

Despite the eventual result it was the visitors who drew first blood when Gary Bolton opened the scoring on five minutes, but this was met by a swift response in the form of a Merrick Knight leveller with 16 gone.

Phillips then notched his first of the afternoon to give Glan an advantage for the first time on 22 minutes, before Conor Davies doubled their advantage on the half hour mark.

Things got even better for the hosts just before the break when Phillips despatched his second in first half stoppage time, and he went on to net another four times after the interval to take his tally to six during what was another exceptional display of finishing from the promising striker.

Davies also helped himself to another for the rampant home side on 50 minutes, with Jamie Jones also on target in their best attacking display of the season so far.

There was no such luck for struggling Mochdre Sports, who remain second from bottom after a last-gasp 1-0 reverse at Holyhead Town.

The away side looked set to secure a share of the spoils until a lapse of concentration in the closing stages presented a chance to Asa Thomas, and the prolific striker made no mistake with the finish to ensure they had nothing to show for their efforts.