MENAI Bridge Tigers remain in control of their Gwynedd League title destiny after a resounding 5-0 home rout over Llangoed.

The long-time leaders secured another three points with a trademark attacking display, and they opened the scoring after just seven minutes when Dean Redmond netted from the penalty spot.

Things got even better just before the break when Callum Graves doubled the hosts’ advantage on 41 minutes, and the home side all-but sealed their victory after the interval when Dafydd Healy put away a third with 55 on the clock.

A superb strike from Sion Hogan increased their tally further on 69 minutes, and the same player was on hand to round off the scoring with five remaining.

Glantraeth remain in third position after a dazzling 6-0 triumph at Mynydd Tigers.

Andy Clarke was the star of the show and capped off an incredible individual display with four goals, with Tim Evans and Dion Rhys Williams also on target for the visitors.

Waunfawr mounted a fine second half fightback to secure a 3-2 success at Llanystumdwy thanks to efforts from Kevin Barlow (2) and Ioan Gwynedd, while a hat-trick apiece from Andy Williams and Jac Thomas was the catalyst behind Bro Goronwy’s 7-0 home thrashing of Nefyn United.

Struggling Bontnewydd picked up just their fourth point of the season thanks to a 0-0 home draw with Talysarn Celts.