NANT Conwy turned on the style to secure an emphatic 64-7 home success over Llangefni.

The defending WRU National League Division One North champions produced a fine attacking display to emerge with maximum points from the one-sided affair, and they are now just three points behind long-time leaders Llandudno having played two games more.

They wasted no time in making an impact on the game when Joel Stirling went over for their first try on seven minutes, and this was swiftly followed by another when Delwyn Jones crossed the white wash with 16 gone. Steffan Horan was successful with both conversion attempts.

Horan was the next to benefit from a sweeping attack for a third touch down on 18 minutes, with Jones also going over throughout the remainder of the first period during a rampant spell from the hosts.

A consolation from Cefni’s Carrog Roberts was converted by Rhys Hughes to reduce the deficit just before the break, but normal service was resumed after the interval when Gethin Vaughan went over on 50 minutes, which Horan converted.

This same pattern of play continued throughout the second half, with Rob Parry, Cai Jones, Stirling, Ifan Jones and Gethin Roberts all securing tries to round off what was a dominant display from the home side.

Three more conversions from Horan completed the scoring for Nant, who remain in third position.

Colwyn Bay’s recent fine run of form came to a halt as they were beaten 17-0 at Llanidloes.

Rachel Taylor’s side were unable to get into any sort of rhythm that condemned them to a ninth loss in 14 Division Two North games so far this term, which leaves them sitting in seventh spot.