A STRONG second half display saw Llandudno pick up an important 4-0 home win over Penrhyncoch.

The in-form JD Cymru North outfit secured their fourth consecutive triumph in all competitions with a dominant performance after the break, which is the first time they have secured such a feat since 2014.

Matthew Jones’ improving squad are now ninth in the second-tier standings as they gear up for a stiff test at Guilsfield this Saturday (2.30pm).

Tudno missed a wealth of opportunities early on as they looked to make an instant impact on proceedings, with Lewis Sirrell, Alfons Fosu-Mensah and Dean Seager spurning the best chances of the first period to leave things all to play for at the break.

After the interval saw the home side continue to probe the Roosters’ back-line and their persistence finally paid off on 53 minutes when a pinpoint delivery from Sirrell was met by skipper Danny Hughes, who unleashed a ferocious effort into the net to break the deadlock.

This seemed to relax the hosts and things got even better for Tudno on 57 minutes when Anthony Marshall latched on to a Robbie Parry corner to despatch a header and double their advantage.

Fosu-Mensah was a thorn in the visitors’ side all afternoon and he capped off a tremendous display with an incredible solo effort on the hour mark, picking the ball up on halfway and evading numerous challenges before hitting the target.

The introduction of Jacob Farleigh, Bailey Jackson and Lee Thomas brought fresh energy for the home side in the final third, and they rounded off the scoring on 73 minutes when Dean Seager successfully converted from the penalty spot.

Tudno will now embark on five straight away fixtures that sees them take on Corwen, Gresford Athletic and Rhyl in the league, in addition to a JD Welsh Cup third round test at Afan Lido, following their trip to the Guils’ this weekend.