LLANGEFNI were unable to cause a stir at the WRU National League Division One North summit as they fell to a heavy 76-5 home loss to Llandudno.

The Goats produced a scintillating attacking display to record 13 tries throughout what turned out to be a one-sided affair, leaving Cefni dangerously close to the drop ahead of the run-in.

Santiago Mentesanda got the visitors off to a flyer with the first try after just three minutes, and a sensational individual run from Oscar Lennon saw him go over with eight on the clock. Ryan Pike added both conversion attempts.

Pike was next to cross the white wash for a score which he also converted, with Byron Davies and Pike notching two more tries throughout the remainder of the first period that gave the Goats a 30-point cushion at the whistle.

The second period started with Davies’ brace on 45 minutes, and former Nant Conwy standout Arthur Lennon picked up a pass from brother Oscar for an easy score with 48 gone.

A flurry of scores arrived midway through the half as the rampant home side showed no mercy to their struggling opponents, with Rhys Henderson, Lloyd Evans, Connor White and Dan O’Sullivan all touching down in quick succession to further reflect their dominance.

Credit to the home side, they kept plugging away and managed a consolation try late on, but the Goats ended on a high with Evans notching the final score of the contest.

Bethesda were on the wrong end of a 45-6 loss at Ruthin, with Caernarfon losing 36-20 at Bala.

Bangor were relegated from Division Two North after a 32-0 loss at Rhyl and District, but there was better fortune for title-chasing Dolgellau thanks to their 29-5 triumph at Llanidloes.

Holyhead picked up a 29-15 home win over Division Three North rivals Llangefni Seconds, with Menai Bridge beaten 33-27 by Machynlleth.