LLANGEFNI were unable to prevent Nant Conwy from clinching the WRU National League Division One North title as they fell to a 71-26 away reverse.

The long-time leaders secured the title with another dazzling display of attacking rugby, and nerves were settled within the first minute when Arthur Lennon crossed the white wash, and he dusted himself off to fire over the extras.

This provoked a strong response from the visitors, who levelled matters soon after when Ynyr Llwyd dotted over on four minutes which was converted by Rhys Hughes, but Nant struck back immediately with two scores in quick succession from former RGC star Carwyn ap Myrddin. Both extras were despatched by Lennon.

Talented back Jack Moriarty than got in on the act with two scores of his own on 22 and 25 minutes, one of which was converted by Lennon, while Carwyn Ellis also touched down just before the break after a Bedwyr Williams try had reduced the arrears on 32.

After the break saw the home side continue to dominate, and Gethin Vaughan finished off a sweeping move on 52 minutes for another score that was converted by Lennon.

The dominant ap Myrddin sealed his hat-trick soon after on 59 as Lennon once again fired over the extras, and the gifted fly-half burst clear for his second try of the afternoon soon after.

Cefni managed to cross the line on two more occasions through Cai Oliver and Gethin Andrews to bring some respectability to the scoreline, but the rampant hosts completed the scoring with Guto Dafydd, Lennon and Sion Pringle late on to seal the rout and cap off another memorable campaign for the SWALEC Plate finalists.