IT proved to be a fantastic weekend for Caernarfon Rugby Club as both senior sides secured impressive weekend victories.

The Cofis’ first team welcomed Llangefni for a pivotal Specsavers National League Division One North fixture on Saturday, which proved to be immensely close before the hosts dug deep in the closing stages to seal a 27-26 bonus point triumph.

There was further cause for celebration for the club as the Cofis’ second squad emerged from their Gwynedd Cup clash against Porthmadog with a resounding 61-12 win on home soil.

Bethesda’s quest for the Division One North title were enhanced thanks to an eye-catching 21-12 home victory over Nant Conwy.

The in-form championship challengers turned in another performance of genuine quality to take advantage of Llandudno’s inactivity and move five clear at the summit, although the Goats’ do have two games in hand and have yet to taste defeat so far this term.

There was no such luck for Dolgellau, who were beaten 28-5 at home by Bala.

Bangor’s hopes of climbing the Division Two North standings will have to wait another week after they were hammered 55-17 by promotion hopefuls Shotton Steel, and Llangefni 2nds produced a dazzling display of attacking rugby in Division Three North in their 66-0 shutout victory over Mold 2nds.

Menai Bridge were the other big winners from the weekend’s action thanks to an emphatic 45-17 bonus point home success over Rhos.