A STUNNING second half display gave Llandudno a 37-5 victory over in-form Bethesda.

The Goats extended their unbeaten start to the WRU National League Division One North campaign with another polished display on both sides of the ball, and they now remain in second spot with four points separating them and defending champions Nant Conwy.

A tense opening to proceedings saw both sides cancel each other out on the whole, but the hosts managed to take a nine-point lead heading into the break thanks to three well-struck penalties from talisman Ryan Pike.

After the interval saw the home side extend their advantage when former RGC Academy prospect Nick Dundee go over under the posts for the first try of the contest, which Pike converted.

This was swiftly followed by another score which arrived courtesy of Pike, who chased down a Byron Davies kick to cross the white wash.

Pike added two more points to his overall contribution with the extras, and things got even better for the Goats immediately following the restart when Ed Watson’s powerful surge saw him touch down for their third. Pike once again despatched the conversion.

There was still time for the hosts to put the exclamation point on proceeding through another try to secure the bonus point from Davies, with Pike delivering the extras to complete the rout.

Nant Conwy remain at the summit but had to work incredibly hard to come away from their trip to Llangefni with a narrow 31-26 triumph on their travels.

Rachel Taylor picked up her first win as Colwyn Bay head coach thanks to a superb 48-6 derby success at Division Two North rivals Abergele