HOLYHEAD Hotspur picked up their second consecutive win to start the campaign with a resounding 5-1 home rout over Mynydd Llandegai.

Darren Garmey’s side have now netted 14 goals in their opening two Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One contests, which further highlights their attacking prowess as they attempt a return to JD Cymru North at the first time of asking.

The home side got off to another positive start and opened the scoring on 20 minutes when Harry Lewis converted a chance, and they doubled their advantage soon after thanks to a Robert Jones effort on the half hour mark.

Things got even better for Spurs after the break, with Jones securing his brace just two minutes following the restart to further increase their tally, but the away side pulled one back on the hour through a fine finish from Andy Booker.

This provoked a strong response from the promotion candidates, who put the exclamation point on proceedings in the closing stages with a two-goal salvo from the in-form Chris Jones, who has five in two games, to complete the scoring.

Garmey, said: “Another win and a hatful of goals. I cannot fault the lads for the way they have started the season and they know they will not be allowed to drop these standards.”

Bodedern Athletic bounced back from their opening day defeat at the first opportunity during their 2-0 home success over Llanberis.

Last season’s runners-up got their noses in front when summer signing Dean Redmond produced a finish of genuine quality with nine minutes on the clock to break the deadlock, and they doubled their advantage soon after when Callum Thomas finished well after some more good approach play.

Ricky Williams’ men were unable to add to their tally throughout the remainder of the contest thanks in no small part to some fierce resistance from the visiting rear-guard, but they still saw out the remainder of the game in comfortable fashion to secure three points.