MENAI Bridge Tigers turned in another dazzling attacking display to cement their place at the Gwynedd League summit with a 10-1 win at Llanystumdwy.

The long-time leaders were two-up within the opening six minutes thanks to goals from Dafydd Healy and Dave Baston, with Sion Hogan on target to treble their advantage with 23 gone.

Healy added two more before the break to secure a first half hat-trick during a dominant spell for the visitors, and Hogan went one better after the interval with three well-taken finishes to take his tally for the afternoon to four.

There was still time for the away side to rub further salt into the hosts’ wounds, with Baston and Shaun Lock finding the target during the second period to make it double figures for the championship favourites.

Gwalchmai remain four points behind in second spot after a second half penalty from Craig Evans gave them a narrow 1-0 triumph at Nefyn United, and Guto Llewelyn fired home a treble for Waunfawr in their 5-1 rout at Mynydd Tigers.

Four goals from Andy Clarke and a hat-trick from Rory Kelly were the catalyst behind Glantraeth’s thumping 9-1 home victory over Bontnewydd, with Ian Pleming hitting a brace for the away side.

Bro Goronwy also picked up a valuable three points as efforts from Callum Thomas, Connor Jones, Tom Wood and Jamie Jones gave them a comfortable 4-1 success at Llangoed.