CAERNARFON signed off their WRU National League Division One North campaign in style with a 31-7 home success over Denbigh.

The Cofis’ produced one of their finest performances of the season in their final fixture, which leaves them with a seventh-place finish after leapfrogging Saturday’s opponents as a result.

The home side wasted no time in stamping their authority and went ahead on 13 minutes when centre Iolo Hughes produced a mesmerising individual run to open the scoring. Aled Jones added the extras.

An even period of the game followed, but the hosts pulled further clear on the half hour mark when a neat spell of phases resulted in winger Osian Williams going over in the corner for an unconverted try.

After the break saw more pressure from the home side, which was rewarded with another score on 53 minutes that came courtesy of a solo effort from Carwyn Jones, who dodged a series of tackles for the touch down. Jones was successful with the conversion attempt.

Their dominance was once again evident with two tries in quick succession from Dafydd Lloyd Williams and Iwan Parry, one of which was converted by Jones, but the away side did have a consolation score to show for their efforts that arrived late on through Robin Williams after the Cofis’ were reduced to 13 men.

Pwllheli ended their season in second spot after a thumping 65-24 home loss at the hands of champions Llandudno, with Bro Ffestiniog’s clash with Mold postponed due to a waterlogged surface.

Menai Bridge’s impressive end to the Division Three North campaign continued with a 29-7 home bonus point victory over Pwllheli Seconds, with Holyhead also emerging with a 22-12 success over Mold Seconds.