NANT Conwy could clinch the WRU National League Division One title this weekend following a resounding 83-17 win at relegated Colwyn Bay.

The all-conquering side welcome Llangefni on Saturday (2.30pm) knowing another victory would seal the coveted championship if Pwllheli fail to match their result.

The visitors got off to the best possible start thanks to an unconverted score from Carwyn Davies after just two minutes, but Bay responded well to the setback and levelled matters soon after when Dan Parry touched down.

This provoked a strong response from Nant, who edged ahead through Davies once again after 11 minutes, and Arthur Lennon also crossed the white wash soon after during a dominant spell.

Lennon hit both conversion attempts, and another superb individual run resulted in his second of the afternoon on 39 minutes, which he also converted.

There was still time -for one more score before the break, which came courtesy of Sion Pringle in stoppage time. Lennon added the extras to give them a 28-point advantage at the half.

After the interval saw Davies and Lennon both secure their hat-tricks within six minutes of the restart, while Ifan Hughes and Sion Jones also dived over in the opening exchanges of the period.

Jordan Sheridan pulled one back for the home side on 70 minutes, but Nant’s relentless attacking prowess brought further success in the form of a quick-fire hat-tricks from Carwyn ap Myrddin and Sion Pringle.

Bay managed to restore some respectability with a Paul Thompson score, but it did not take the gloss off another sensational effort from the title favourites.