BANGOR 1876 made it 14 straight victories in the Gwynedd League with a 7-0 home win over Ogwen Tigers.

The title favourites made light work once again of their latest outing on a wet and windy afternoon at Treborth, maintaining their eight-point advantage at the summit over Trearddur Bay Bulls.

Mel Jones’ men will aim for a 15th consecutive triumph this Saturday when they travel to Bethesda Athletic and will look to add to the astonishing 94 league goals they have already scored this term.

A dominant opening to the contest saw the home side open the scoring on 16 minutes when Sion Parry, a recent signing from Porthmadog, prodded in from close range after Dylan Summers-Jones’ initial effort was blocked.

The talented forward was in sensational form early on and doubled 1876’s advantage on 21 minutes with a sweetly struck effort from just inside the area, with a Luke Steele attempt rattling the bar moments after the restart.

Their persistence paid off yet again on 36 minutes when a slick passing move was finished off in style by Benn Lundstram, and Parry completed his hat trick after the break with a calm finish with 47 on the clock.

The outstanding Parry was the difference maker once again on 50 minutes with another superbly delivered effort from the edge of the area, and Summers-Jones also got in on the act with a well-taken opportunity to further reflect the home side’s influence on the clash.

There was still time for the hosts to rub further salt into the visitors’ wounds, and it was Summers-Jones who rounded off the scoring on 84 minutes when he netted from close range.