A SCINTILLATING start enabled Bangor 1876 to maintain their perfect Gwynedd League record as they thrashed Bethesda Athletic 14-0 at their Treborth base.

The newly formed club made light work of their latest fixture to extend their incredible start to life in a competitive environment, and they had the game won extremely early on after netting no fewer than four times in the opening ten minutes.

Talented youngster Dylan Summers-Jones got the ball rolling after just three minutes when he pounced on a poor goal kick, before Jamie Petrie doubled their tally with five on the clock.

Cian Williams also found the net early on when he diverted in a Dion Jones cross on eight minutes and experienced forward Les Davies fired a fourth with just ten gone.

The floodgates were now well and truly open which resulted in further efforts from Petrie and Jones midway through the half, and the goal glut continued relentlessly for the remainder of the half as Davies and Jones gave them an incredible nine-goal cushion at the break.

After the interval saw double-digits reached on 49 minutes when Davies played in Petrie for his fourth of the contest, with manager Mel Jones taking advantage of their supreme lead by getting some key minutes into three squad members on the bench as the half went on.

This halted the home side’s tempo in terms of further goal-mouth activity, but that did not stop Davies and Petrie linking up again on 67 minutes for the forward’s fifth of the game to make it 11.

Summers-Jones made it 12 with his brace on 73 minutes after another impressive spell of dominance, and Cameron Barry got in on the act with 82 gone when he fired into the top corner after some sterling individual work.

Gifted youngster Summers-Jones rounded off another profitable evening with his treble on 85 minutes for the 14th and final goal of the rout.