WAUNFAWR moved into the Gwynedd League’s top six thanks to a 5-2 home victory over Ogwen Tigers.

The home side made an imposing start and went ahead on 14 minutes when Rhodri Owen found the net, but they were undone at the back with 22 on the clock as Leon Owen levelled matters.

After the break saw the hosts completely dominate proceedings from the off and they regained their slender advantage on 50 minutes when Adam Lloyd finished well after a strong period of possession.

This was followed by another that came courtesy of Meurig Parry on 53 minutes, and Owen rounded off a fine individual display in front of goal with his second of the afternoon with 73 gone.

There was still time to rub further salt into the visitors’ wounds, with Dylan Hughes getting in on the act on 75 minutes, and despite another consolation from Leon Owen a minute from time it failed to have an impact on the overall outcome of the clash.

Llangoed heaped more misery on basement dwellers Llannerchymedd, securing an emphatic 10-0 triumph on home soil.

A commanding first period saw them go into the break four goals to the good thanks to a brace from Wayne Thomas and solitary efforts from Jay Finter and Sam Gregson in the closing stages.

This same pattern of play continued after the interval, with Matty Owen, Guy Hughes, Patrick Mee, Llion Roberts (2) and Joseph Doohan all hitting the target in the second 45 minutes to complete the rout.