TREARDDUR Bay Bulls extended their perfect start to the Gwynedd League season with a narrow 1-0 home win over Menai Bridge Tigers.

The newly merged club sit atop the early standings after a hard-fought success against the defending champions, with a solitary effort from Justin Williams on 23 minutes enough to secure three points.

Credit to the visitors, they threw everything at their opponents in the closing stages but were unable to find a leveller to condemn them to a first loss of the season.

Talysarn Celts’ improvement continued thanks to a thrilling 5-4 home win over Bethesda Athletic.

A brace from Glyn Tomos did the majority of the damage, with Luke Baum, Dylan Roberts and a stoppage time Rhodri Jones strike eventually sealing their triumph.

Athletic were cruelly denied a share of the spoils at the death after Louise Morella (2), Greg Parry and Sion Morris all hit the target before the late drama.

Glantraeth picked up four points from their two fixtures over the weekend and Monday evening, which began with a late 3-3 home draw with Llanustumdwy.

Corbyn Renton levelled proceedings with virtually the final action of the game to ensure both side had something to show for their efforts, with Dylan Roberts, Cian Evans Guto Roberts, Richard Evans and Owain Pritchard also netting during a thrilling encounter.

They followed this up with a notable 3-1 win at Llannerchymedd thanks to an Evans brace and a solitary effort from Aaron Rickards.

Bontnewydd were in ruthless mood during their trip to Ogwen Tigers, eventually coming away with a resounding 7-1 success thanks in no small part to the clinical performance of Cai Penny Williams, who netted no fewer than four times during the rout.