NANT Conwy closed out their WRU National League Division One North title winning campaign with a 40-21 home success over Llandudno.

The all-conquering side produced another scintillating display of attacking rugby that secured victory over a spirited effort from the Goats, which ensured they finished the season over the 100-point mark and 13 clear of nearest rivals Pwllheli.

Talented back Arthur Lennon got the hosts off to a flyer with a well-worked try that he converted after three minutes, before Ifan Pyrs powered over shortly after the restart for an unconverted score on five.

Former RGC star Carwyn ap Myrddin was next to go over after nine minutes after an impressive team move, and the rampant home side crossed the white wash yet again on the quarter hour mark when Sion Pringle touched down. Lennon fired over both extra-point attempts.

Dudno kept plugging away and got themselves on the scoreboard on 19 minutes when Rhys Henderson notched their first try of the game, with recent signing Nick Dundee hitting the conversion, but this was met by a swift response from Nant courtesy of a Jack Moriarty score on 24. Lennon once again fired over the extras.

This provoked another strong response from the visitors, who were rewarded for their commitment when a surging drive resulted in Lloyd Evans going over.

Dundee hit the conversion, but the champions had the final say of the first period when Carwyn Roberts burst through the Goats’ rearguard for their last try of the evening a minute from the interval. Lennon once again drilled over the conversion.

The second period was a much tighter affair which saw the away side restrict Nant to a scoreless 40 minutes, and they managed to improve their total with a Dave Davies score that was converted by Dundee.

Their improved play did not see them coming close to claiming a share of the spoils, and the defeat saw them end an encouraging season in fourth spot.