GWALCHMAI move to the top of the Gwynedd League standings with a 3-0 home success over Waunfawr.

The in-form side turned in a professional display to dethrone long-time pacesetters Menai Bridge Tigers, although the second placed side do have two games in hand on their title rivals.

The home side got off to an impressive start and they were presented with a golden opportunity to break the deadlock from the penalty spot on 15 minutes, and Mark Griffiths put away the chance to open the scoring.

Their considerable pressure brought with it further rewards on 27 minutes when Cian Owen broke clear and finished well, with the same player on hand to give the hosts a three-goal cushion just before the interval with his second of the afternoon.

Although they did not add to their tally after the break, the promotion hopefuls saw out the remainder of the contest with minimal fuss to secure their 13th win in 15 league games and extend their unbeaten season.

Llangoed cemented their position in fourth spot thanks to a hard-fought 3-2 win at Mynydd Tigers.

Both sides traded goals in a frantic opening half hour, before a Nick Williams early in the second period gave the visitors all three points.