LLANDUDNO took another huge leap towards the WRU National League Division One North title with a 39-12 victory over Pwllheli.

The Goats produced the good when it mattered most to extend their advantage over Pwll’ to seven points, and they can all-but wrap up the championship if they overcome high-flying Ruthin at Maesdu Road on Saturday (2.30pm).

Despite the eventual result it was the visitors who notched the opening score when Gwilym Sion Parry went over for an unconverted try, but this was met by a swift response from the home side as Cameron Davies burst through for a touch down. Ryan Pike added the extras.

Both sides were evenly matched for the remainder of the first period, but the Goats’ turned the screw after the break and extended their advantage on 45 minutes when Oscar Lennon crossed the white wash, with Pike despatching the conversion.

Parry’s second try of the contest kept Pwll’ in contention soon after, which he also converted, but Lennon was proving difficult to handle and his took off on two occasions midway through the half to complete his hat-trick.

Pike added one conversion and a penalty to further enhance their lead, and the hosts put the exclamation point on proceedings with late scores from Morgan Owen and Lennon, who made it four on the afternoon to complete the rout for Kelvin Davies’ side.

Nant Conwy also extended their recent improved form thanks to an emphatic 26-5 bonus point triumph at Mold.

There was no such luck for Rachel Taylor’s Colwyn Bay, who ended their Division Two North campaign with a disappointing 27-17 loss at relegated Bangor.