LLANDUDNO's WRU National League Division One North season could be just the start of their dominance if their form is any indication.

The Goats showcased their attacking prowess once again to emerge as comfortable victors against a side that looked like running them close for the championship at one stage for long portions of the campaign.

This gave them an 18-point cushion at the summit at the end of the season, which can now be considered as one of the best in the club’s history.

They have played the game the right way throughout and have been a class apart for the majority, and there is plenty of cause for optimism regarding their future given the amount of young talent they have at their disposal.

The likes of Oscar Lennon, Nick Dundee, Lloyd Evans, Rhys Henderson and Dan O’Sullivan have also contributed enormously to the team’s overall triumph, with Byron and Allan Davies others to keep an eye on during the next campaign.

Another notable feature of their eye-catching achievement was the mid-season signing of Arthur Lennon from Nant Conwy, who is widely regarded as one of the brightest young prospects anywhere in the country and showed why in the latter stages of the season at a critical time for the Goats.

Their embarrassment of riches was further bolstered with a return for talisman Ryan Pike, who featured heavily during the run-in after making a swift return from a serious injury.

This league title is not something that has happened overnight for the club. The management team and board members have worked incredibly hard on implementing a strategy across all levels to ensure that there is a structure in place to secure long-term success, and after showing signs of life last term they have been completely dominant this time around and are thoroughly deserving of all the plaudits coming their way.

Head coach Kelvin Davies and his team are riding on the crest of a wave at the moment, and given how much room for development there is within their core young group, it could be another long season for the chasing pack when the new campaign kicks-off in the autumn.