MENAI Bridge Tigers picked up their second straight Gwynedd League victory by a wide margin with an eye-catching 4-0 win at Bro Goronwy.

The defending champions have now netted nine times in their opening two games to begin their quest for back-to-back titles, and they went ahead on 21 minutes through an impressive finish from Kevin Roberts.

Their first half dominance was further reflected with a second just before the break from Jordan Pritchard with 39 on the clock, and they wasted no time in sealing their triumph in the second period when Kelvin Fraser found the net on 50 minutes.

Another stylish attacking display concluded with a fourth courtesy of Callum Davidson on 72 minutes.

Nefyn United also extended their 100 per cent record thanks to a 4-0 success at Llanystumdwy.

Prolific forward Carl ones was the star of the show once again for the visitors, firing in a hat-trick to take his tally for the opening two contests to five.

Caergybi picked up their first three points of the season thanks to an outstanding 5-1 win at Llannerchymedd.

A treble from James Ryan did the majority of the damage, with Nathan Lewis and Ian Williams also finding the net for the visitors.

An end-to-end game between Bontnewydd and Waunfawr ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw and featured a brace apiece from Alun Gwilym and Nathan Price for their respective sides.