MENAI Bridge Tigers booked their place in the Gwynedd Cup final with an impressive 4-2 win over Nefyn United.

The all-conquering Gwynedd League title favourites continued their pursuit of multiple honours with another stylish display, and they managed to break the deadlock a minute before the break when Shaun Lock produced a neat finish after a prolonged spell of pressure.

They took this momentum into the second period and they extended their advantage with their first meaningful attack of the half, and this time it was Dafydd Healy who the beneficiary of some fine build-up on 46 minutes.

United picked themselves up and got themselves back into the tie courtesy of a Llion Jones strike on 50 minutes, but this joy proved to be short-lived as the Tigers restored their two-goal cushion when Dean Redmond steered home a chance with 55 gone.

A Carl Jones effort notched a second for United on 63 minutes, but the Tigers’ rearguard remained resolute and sealed the contest four minutes from time when Redmond despatched his second of the contest.

Jac Thomas was the star of the show for Bro Goronwy as they secured an emphatic 6-2 home triumph over Talysarn Celts in league action.

The prolific forward fired in a hat-trick to lead his side to glory, with Andy Williams, Cole Whittle and Callum Thomas completing the rout.

Mynydd Tigers also picked up three points as goals from Kieran Bullock (2) and Ryan Rowlands gave them a 3-2 success at Llangoed.