BRO Goronwy booked their place in the Gwynedd Cup final with a comfortable 4-1 win over Llanystumdwy.

The home side made light work of their opponents in a one-sided final four clash, and they opened the scoring on 23 minutes when Tom Wood broke clear and produced a composed finish.

Things got even better for the hosts soon after when Jac Thomas made the most of the space afforded to him on 26 minutes to double their advantage, and they all-but sealed their place in the showcase after the break when Wood pounced yet again for his second of the tie with 50 on the clock.

The visitors responded well and found a route back into the game after 64 minutes when Kyle Williams turned in a chance, but this joy proved to be short-lived as Bro restored their three-goal cushion immediately following the restart when Callum Thomas rounded off the scoring with 65 gone.

Nefyn United moved up to fifth in the Gwynedd League standings with a 4-2 home success over Waunfawr.

Daniel Roberts got the hosts off to a flyer with a well-taken effort on 17 minutes, but this was met by a swift response in the form of a Rhodri Owen leveller on 23.

The away side got their noses in front on the half hour mark through Meurig Parry, but that was as good as it got for them as Dylan Sion (2) and Carl Jones hit the target for United during the remainder of the contest to move them one point above Bro Goronwy having played two games more.