LLANGEFNI turned in a ruthless attacking display to secure a vital 42-7 bonus point win over WRU National League Division One North strugglers Bro Ffestiniog.

Cefni produced some sensational rugby with the ball in their hands to emerge as comfortable victors from the clash, which sees them move clear of the drop zone despite having played more games that those around them.

An 11th loss in 14 league games leaves Bro second from bottom in the standings and one point behind Denbigh having played two more times.

Bethesda’s trip to Mold and Caernarfon’s home clash with Denbigh both fell victim to the weather.

There was frustration for Division Two North title hopefuls Dolgellau as their visit to Newtown was postponed, with Bangor’s home tie with Wrexham another to be put back thanks to the snow and freezing temperatures.

Division Three North side Menai Bridge turned in one of their finest performances of the season to secure a thrilling 18-15 win over promotion chasing Shotton, with the assured boot of Gareth Parry playing a huge contributing factor in their notable success.

Holyhead’s away encounter at Machynlleth was called off.