MENAI Bridge Tigers clinched the Gwynedd League title in style with a 4-0 home win over Glantraeth.

The all-conquering side produced a sensational second half display to secure silverware and promotion, rounding off a superb month for a squad that is still challenging on multiple fronts.

A cagey first half saw both sides spurn opportunities to break the deadlock, but the Tigers came out flying after the interval and went ahead on 56 minutes when Kev Roberts made the most of some space to fire into the net.

There was further cause for celebration soon after when the prolific Dean Redmond doubled their advantage on 65 minutes, and the clinical marksman was on hand to all-but seal the title as the contest entered its closing stages on 78.

Bridge capped off another exceptional performance when Callum Hughes hit the target five minutes from time to send their jubilant fan-base into party mode.

Their tenth straight league victory on home soil, a 100 per cent record for the season, sees the Tigers secure an unassailable four-point advantage over Gwalchmai with a game still to play.

Nefyn United picked up a big win on home soil thanks to a 6-3 triumph over basement dwellers Bontnewydd.

Karl Jones was the star of the show throughout, firing four goals during a blistering spell, with a Guto Roberts own goal and a Steven Jones effort late on rounding off the scoring.

Talysarn Celts also enjoyed midweek success at home with a 3-1 victory over Mynydd Tigers.