COLWYN Bay continued their recent WRU National League Division Two North resurgence with an emphatic 50-10 home win over struggling Abergele.

Rachel Taylor’s side have been in fine form of late after a difficult start to life under the Welsh women’s captain, and their latest bonus point triumph sees them occupy sixth spot, although all teams in the league have a considerable amount of games in hand.

The home side were in rampant mood against the basement dwellers and ran in a total of eight tries throughout the clash, with Ollie Roberts producing a fine individual display to secure a brace for his efforts.

Dan Parry, Lloyd Jones, Jordan Sheridan, Johnathan Astbury and Paul Thompson also managed to cross the white wash, with former RGC squad member Josh Leach also going over to complete the rout.

Pete Jones, said: ““We had a set game plan going into this game and a number of changes, so it was a real positive to get the result.

“It’s important that we can become confident in our own ability to play but also adaptable to other teams.

“A pleasing finish to our festive fixtures, we’ve had a busy festive period at the club and it’s been really pleasing to have fielded a senior, second and youth team over the last month as well as the thriving junior section engagement.

“It’s a credit to the hard work at the club from all its volunteers.”

Division One North leaders Llandudno extended their perfect start to the campaign with a 22-11 home win over Caernarfon, which leaves the Goats two points ahead of title rivals Pwllheli having played a game more.

Nant Conwy bounced back from their disappointing defeat at Bala with a dominant 59-7 bonus point hammering of Bro Ffestiniog on their travels, but the defending champions still have plenty of work to do and find themselves eight points behind Dudno.