IT was another memorable weekend for Bangor 1876 after the newly formed club secured two wins in a three-day period.

The Gwynedd League side managed to book their place in the FAW Trophy second round thanks to a 5-1 win over Sychdyn, and Mel Jones’ side followed this up with an emphatic 10-0 home success over Caergybi to extend their exceptional start to the campaign.

Saturday’s Trophy clash saw the home side go into the break a goal to the good thanks to a Jamie Petrie penalty on 42 minutes, and they extended their lead after the break when Dylan Summers-Jones hit the target with 51 gone.

Another penalty from Petrie on 58 minutes all-but secured their second-round berth, and Summers-Jones put the exclamation point on proceedings with a brace in the final quarter of the contest to seal his hat-trick.

Summers-Jones took this superb form into Monday night’s encounter against their Anglesey rivals, with the hot prospect firing in his second hat-trick in consecutive games during the rout.

The home side were in clinical mood throughout the contest in front of another large crowd at Treborth, with Petrie, Cian Williams, Les Davies, Cameron Barry, Josh Lloyd Jones (2) and Leon Owens benefitting from their dominance to round off another incredible display from the ambitious set-up.

Jones’ side continue to make significant waves during their first formal season since their inception and they have now scored 14 goals in their opening two league games in their quest for the title.

A crucial Bank Holiday weekend awaits 1876 with two fixtures in three days for the second consecutive week, which sees the club host Nefyn United and travel to Llangoed.