LLANGEFNI were the latest to feel the wrath of defending Specsavers National League Division One North champions Llandudno in a heavy 41-0 loss on their travels.

Wind and heavy rain had a considerable impact throughout, but the home side set their stall out early and went ahead on seven minutes when Rhys Henderson crossed the line for the opening score.

Another impressive passing move on 14 minutes saw Morgan Owen touch down for an unconverted try, and Henderson was once again the beneficiary of a blistering attack with his second score of the afternoon with 23 on the clock. Arthur Lennon added the extras.

The outstanding Henderson was having his way with the Cefni defence and he dotted over for his hat trick, which Lennon converted, and another score late in the period gave them a commanding 29-point cushion at the interval.

After the break saw the Goats’ extend their unassailable lead on 52 minutes when Dylan Coulter went over near the posts, and Henderson capped off a profitable day at the office with the game’s final try. Lennon despatched both conversion attempts to complete the rout.

Bethesda’s title hopes suffered another blow as they were beaten 29-10 at home by Bala, and Pwllheli also faltered against high-profile opposition in a 7-0 reverse at Ruthin.

There was better fortune for Dolgellau, who picked up a vital 14-0 win over Caernarfon, and Bro Ffestiniog withstood a late onslaught to secure a 7-5 home triumph over Denbigh.

Bangor’s impressive recent Division Two North form came to an end with a 27-7 defeat at promotion chasing Mold, with Menai Bridge enhancing their credentials in Division Three North thanks to a 31-10 home success over Mold 2nds.