A STUNNING second half display guided Caernarfon Town to a resounding 5-0 home victory over Airbus UK Broughton.

The Canaries gave their top-six hopes at the JD Cymru Premier split another significant boost with a dazzling display in the final 45 minutes of the contest, leaving Sean Eardley’s side comfortably in the top half as they prepare for their next outing at Carmarthen Town on Saturday (2.30pm).

The Wingmakers’ almost opened the scoring early on when former Bangor City standout Alex Darlington’s effort was diverted by Cofis’ stopper Alex Ramsay, and George Peers narrowly missed the target soon after during a good opening to the contest from the visitors.

Danny Brookwell and Jamie Breese fluffed their lines at the other end as the hosts began to grow more into the game, and Ramsay had to be at his best to deny Andrew Owens midway through the half with a scintillating save.

After the break saw the home side completely dominate proceedings thanks in no small part to the performance of talisman Darren Thomas, who broke the deadlock with a fine effort that flew into the top corner on the hour mark after good approach play from Breese and Sion Bradley.

This was swiftly followed by another on 66 minutes through the impressive Bradley, who delivered a powerful strike past Dave Roberts to double the cushion after another good spell of pressure.

Bradley went from scorer to provider on 71 minutes when he teed up Thomas for his second of the evening to all-but secure the points, and the ex-Porthmadog star was on hand to assist another when some superb individual skill presented Leo Smith with the simple task of firing in from close range in the closing stages of the contest.

There was still time for the Canaries’ to rub further salt into the away side’s wounds, with talented youngster Sam Jones making the most of some rare game time by demonstrating his trademark composure to round off the scoring and notch his first senior goal for the club.