BETHESDA were thrashed 61-12 at home to newly crowned WRU National League Division One North champions Llandudno.

The visitors went ahead after 12 minutes when Arthur Lennon dotted over for a try which he also converted, and this was followed soon after by another score that came courtesy of Rhys Henderson on the quarter hour mark.

Lennon once again added the extras, and another sweeping move from the Goats saw Cameron Davies latch on to a long kick to go over on 25 minutes.

Lloyd Evans, Davies and Aled Meredith all went over for the away side during a rampant first period, with the Quarrymen responding with a try of their own towards the end of the half, which was converted.

They followed this up with their second score of the afternoon, which turned out to be their final impact on the contest, but further tries from Morgan Owen and Evans in the closing stages confirmed a dominant win for the Goats, with Lennon despatching both conversion attempts to round off the scoring.

Bro Ffestiniog gave themselves a fighting chance of survival after securing a 20-17 home bonus point win over Caernarfon.

The result leaves them second from bottom in the standings, but they are now just one point behind Llangefni with a game in hand.

Division Two North title chasers Dolgellau turned on the style to seal an emphatic 63-7 home rout over Llanidloes.

The hosts were in dominant mood throughout their bonus point triumph, but they remain one point behind COBRA with two games remaining after they won 29-12 at Nant Conwy 2nds.

Struggling Bangor ended their season with a 95-7 home loss to Wrexham, but there was better fortune for Division Three North side Menai Bridge, who achieved a 57-10 victory over Rhos.

Llangefni Seconds won 32-12 at Denbigh 2nds, with Holyhead beaten 29-5 at Machynlleth.