THE North Football Association continued their hugely impressive Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One start thanks to a thumping 7-0 success at Rhyl All Stars.

It was another dominant attacking display from the newly formed side, who had Flint Town United manager Niall McGuinness to thank in-part for their second straight victory by a large margin.

McGuinness, who saw his JD Cymru North side achieve a 1-0 win at Colwyn Bay on Friday evening, was in clinical mood in front of goal once again to secure his second consecutive hat-trick, meaning he has now netted six times in the last two games.

Another to produce a standout display was Jordan Taylor, who helped himself to a brace during the rout, with Steve Falvey and Will Turner also hitting the target for the visitors.

Llysfaen also secured a considerable result with a 7-2 rout of last season’s runners-up Henllan.

Sean Sheridan was at the top of his game during another exceptional individual display, and he was rewarded with a hat-trick that played a leading role in his side’s overall success.

The home side also had a brace apiece from Nathan Russell and Jake Reynolds to thanks for their win, with the visitors netting two consolations through Dan Wills and Alex Thomas.

Llanfairfechan Town Reserves were involved in a thrilling home clash with Penrhyn Bay Dragons that finished 3-3.

Elliot Croson (2) and Jamie Baker found the net for the hosts, but the Dragons secured a share of the spoils thanks to efforts from Luke Jones, Tom Parry and Solomon Dickens.