BANGOR 1876’s unrelenting quest for the Gwynedd League title continued with a thumping 11-0 win at Llanystumdwy.

The newly formed side made light work of their latest fixtures to make it 16 wins in as many league games, netting an incredible 115 at an average of 7.18 and conceding just nine.

The visitors got off to the best possible start when veteran marksman Les Davies opened the scoring on 14 minutes, before recent signing Lee McNulty doubled their cushion for his first goal in 1876 colours immediately following the restart.

Prolific forward Jamie Petrie got in on the act with a well-taken opportunity on 28 minutes, with Sion Parry continuing his excellent run of form since joining from Porthmadog with the away side’s fourth on 31.

Talented youngster Dylan Summers-Jones was the start of the show after the break, finishing twice in quick succession to put the result beyond all doubt on 52 and 57 minutes.

The same player was on hand to convert another chance for his hat trick on 67 minutes, and another neat passage of play was finished off in style by Leon Owens with 72 gone.

Summers-Jones rounded off a typically clinical display in front of goal with his fourth of the afternoon on 80 minutes, and Petrie despatched his second of the game to secure double figures with eight remaining.

There was still time for the all-conquering league leaders to put the exclamation point on proceedings, which came on 87 minutes thanks to a successful Harry Jones attempt to complete the rout.

Jones’ side are now ten points ahead of Trearddur Bay Bulls with a game in hand and 16 clear of Nefyn United having played three more.