RELEGATED Llandudno signed off their time in the JD Welsh Premier League with a heavy 5-0 loss at home to Cefn Druids.

A difficult campaign is now over at the Giant Hospitality Stadium, with massive changes in player personnel expected over the summer as the club gears up for a return to Tier 2 North after a four-year stay in the top flight.

The home side got off to the worst possible start when Aaron Simpson took advantage of the space afforded to him with a neat finish to open the scoring with just four minutes on the clock.

Things went from bad-to-worse for the hosts soon after when former Prestatyn Town striker Jack Kenny produced a superb strike that doubled the Ancients’ advantage after nine minutes.

Forward George Harry had a golden chance to get Tudno back into the game soon after when he was presented with a one-on-one situation, but he dragged his shot wide and the opportunity was gone.

They were made to pay for their lack of conviction in front of goal on 34 minutes when Dean Rittenberg, who had previously spurned two good chances, finished off another sweeping attack from the away side to all-but seal their victory.

The same player forced Shaun Pearson into a smart stop towards the end of the first period, but Mark Cowan’s side came out all guns blazing after the break that resulted in a good attempt from Sameron Dool that was unfortunate not to find the target.

Harry went within inches of netting a consolation on 80 minutes after impressive approach play from Mark Connolly, before Kenny rounded off an outstanding display with his second of the afternoon for Huw Griffiths’ men with four remaining.

There was still time to rub further salt into the hosts’ wounds, with the fifth and final goal arriving a minute from time courtesy of midfielder Fisnik Hajdari.