MENAI Bridge Tigers suffered a blow to their Gwynedd League title hopes with a 3-0 loss at Waunfawr.

The championship favourites turned in a lacklustre display on their travels in what was their first league defeat of the campaign, but they still have their fate in their own hands and sit one point clear with a game in hand.

Things did not begin well for the visitors as they fell behind through a Sion Roberts strike after just three minutes, and the same player was on hand to double the home side’s advantage thanks to another well-taken effort with 28 gone.

After the break saw the hosts pull further clear on 58 minutes when the prolific Roberts capped off a clinical individual display with his hat-trick to complete the scoring.

Bro Goronwy’s strong end to the season continued with a resounding 6-1 home rout over Mynydd Tigers.

Connor Jones played a significant part in the home side’s overall success and fired in a treble, with a brace from Jac Thomas and a solitary Callum Thomas strike rounding off another stylish attacking performance from the fourth placed side.

A Mark Dinn finish on 68 minutes was enough to give Nefyn United a narrow 1-0 triumph at Llanystumdwy, with Jac Jones (3), Rhodri Jones (2), Owi Glyn and Meilyr Povey on target for Talysarn Celts in their emphatic 7-0 home victory over Bontnewydd.