MENAI Bridge Tigers moved back to the Gwynedd League summit with a 2-0 home victory over Waunfawr.

The promotion hopefuls need one win from their final two fixtures to clinch the crown and they currently enjoy a one-point cushion over Gwalchmai with a game in hand.

The home side wasted no time in stamping their authority on proceedings and went ahead with just five on the clock when a well-worked move was finished off in style by Kevin Roberts.

Things got even better for the hosts midway through the half when Callum Graves doubled their tally on 26 minutes, and although they extend their cushion further the Tigers held out in comfortable fashion for yet another crucial three points in their quest for the crown.

Bridge take on Waunfawr again in the Gwynedd Shield semi-final on Saturday, and they can wrap up the title next Tuesday at home to Glantraeth.

Gwalchmai briefly moved to the top on Saturday with a 2-0 triumph at Mynydd Tigers.

Mark Griffiths got them off to a flyer in the firest period with a fine strike on 38 minutes, and they rode their luck throughout the second period before sealing their win courtesy of a stoppage time effort from Gwion Thomas.

Llanystumdwy also picked up a victory on their travels thanks to a 2-1 win at Bontnewydd.

The home side managed to go in front through Peris Tecwyn early on, but they had nothing to show for it as Sion Guto and Rob Griffiths it the target either side of the break.