A HAT-TRICK from Tom Simpson helped Llandudno sink Bebington 4-0.
Llandudno, who have made a 100 percent start to the season, took the lead on eleven minutes when Simpson’s penalty corner snuck inside the post.
Tudno wasted numerous attempts afterwards, and had keeper Tom Chadwick to thank for pulling off an outstanding save to keep them ahead at the break.
In the second half Llandudno were a different team, raising the tempo and keeping possession to frustrate the visitors.
Simpson dispatched two more penalty corners for his hat trick before Mikey Pennington added a wonderfully worked fourth to ensure Llandudno cruised to victory.
Tudno’s seconds lost out 6-1 to Wrexham Glyndwr, while the Ladies lost 5-0 to Ruthin.
Colwyn Bay’s first team landed a superb 1-0 win away to Sefton, while the seconds picked up their first win of the season.
In a high-tempo, physical contest with Bramhall, Adam Jones came close to opening the scoring, only to see his individual effort flash narrowly wide.
At the end of the first half the breakthrough finally arrived through a short corner when Ashley Williams' shot was deflected in for his fifth goal of the season.
Bramhall pressed in the second half, but the Bay looked dangerous on the break through the pacey Dan Horner.
Ashley Williams and Oli Tickner came close to adding a second, and with five minutes to go a superb diving save from Bay keeper Seoirse ensured they landed their first win of the season.
The Bay’s thirds drew a 5-5 thriller with Chester, while the ladies seconds won 6-2 at Llandudno.