MENAI Bridge Tigers finished off their title-winning Gwynedd League campaign in style with a resounding 6-1 triumph at Gwalchmai.

The all-conquering side made light work of their final fixture against their nearest championship challengers, giving them a comfortable seven-point cushion after a standout season.

The visitors made a strong start and managed to secure a breakthrough on 26 minutes when Wayne Owen found the net, but this joy proved to be short-lived as the hosts struck back almost instantly as Daniel Owen finished well with 31 gone.

After the break saw the visitors up the tempo considerably and they restored their slender advantage on 55 minutes when a neat passage of play presented a chance to Owain Roberts, who made no mistake with the strike.

Things got even better for the champions on the hour mark when Sion Hogan broke free and finished well to double their cushion, and they all-but sealed their victory with 66 on the clock when Roberts hit the target for his second of the afternoon.

Prolific forward Dean Redmond took his tally for the season to 39 with a typically clinical strike on 71 minutes, and there was still time for Bridge to rub further salt in the home side’s wounds when Tom Parry converted a chance in second half stoppage time.