LLANGOED moved into the Gwynedd League’s top five with an emphatic 9-1 rout at Bethesda Athletic.

It proved to be a comfortable day at the office for the visitors, who took a three-goal advantage into the interval thanks to a Guy Hughes brace and a solitary Wayne Thomas strike that opened the scoring.

This same pattern continued after the interval, with Thomas hitting three more to take his tally for the afternoon to four, and Hughes despatched one more to also secure his hat trick.

Patrick Mee and Joseph Doohan also hit the target for the away side to complete the rout, with Shaun Morris netting Athletic’s consolation on the hour mark.

Talysarn Celts came from a goal down to seal an impressive 2-1 home triumph over Waunfawr.

The visitors began well and went ahead on six minutes through Dylan Hughes, but the Celts’ pegged them back after the break and secured three points thanks to goals from Luke Baum and Glyn Tomos.

A treble from Mark Godfrey was the highlight of Llanystumdwy’s 6-1 home victory over Llannerchymedd, with Rob Rhys, Darren Parry and Gethin Owen also on target.

Bro Goronwy were frustrated in their attempts to close the gap at the summit as their clash at Ogwen Tigers was abandoned after 41 minutes when them a goal to the good.

Caergybi did manage to see out difficult conditions as strikes from James Ryan (2), Nathan Lewis, Ian Williams and Glen North gave them a 5-1 success at Bontnewydd.