TREARDDUR Bay Bulls remain top of the early Gwynedd League standings after a resounding 8-1 home win over Llannerchymedd.

The newly merged club have conquered all-comers in dominant fashion so far this term, winning each of their opening five games to leave them six points clear of Bangor 1876 having played two more than their title rivals.

The home side raced into a two-goal advantage through efforts from Mike Davies and Gwynfor Owen, but Llan hit back on the half hour mark thanks to an outstanding finish from Mark Hughes.

That was as good as it got for the visitors, who were blown away by another ruthless attacking display from the Bulls that featured four goals from the clinical Tom Hadley, who has begun the season in exceptional form.

Owen added to his tally on the stroke of half-time to secure his brace, with a solitary effort from Konner Duce rounding off the scoring.

Defending champions Menai Bridge Tigers had a fine first half display to thank for their 4-0 home rout over Talysarn Celts.

Goals from Dafydd Healy, Lance Williams and Owain Roberts all-but sealed their success within the opening half hour, and Thomas Parry put the exclamation point on proceedings after the break.

A hat-trick from Tomos Eames was the highlight of Ogwen Tigers’ 5-3 success at Bethesda Athletic, and a Shaun Roberts effort on 41 minutes was enough to give Waunfawr a narrow 1-0 triumph away to Llanystumdwy.

Bontnewydd were left rueing a last-minute penalty miss in their thrilling 4-3 loss at Bro Goronwy.

Jac Thomas and Jordan Edney betted a brace apiece to lead their side to a valuable three points, with Daniel Evans (2) and Cai Penny Williams on target for the visitors.