PENRHYN Bay Dragons continued their recent resurgence with an emphatic 6-1 home rout over Betws-y-Coed.

The Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One side picked up only their second triumph of the campaign in fine fashion to move into sixth spot, and Luke Jones got them off to a flyer with two quick goals on ten and 11 minutes to give them a comfortable cushion early on.

A rampant start from the home side saw them pull further clear on 16 minutes when an impressive team move was finished off well by Jonah Jackson, and Jones’ blistering start to the contest saw him net again with 20 on the clock to secure his hat trick.

The hosts continued to dominate and notched a fifth on 22 minutes thanks to a well-taken opportunity from Jack Kearney, but the visitors continued to fight hard despite the deficit and opened their account when Ellis Payne-Evans finished well with 32 gone.

After the break saw the tempo slow somewhat due to the worsening conditions, but the Dragons’ did manage to add to their tally during the second period when Kearney was presented with a chance on 55 minutes, and he hit the target for his second of the afternoon to round off the scoring.

Denbigh Development game with Llandudno Amateurs Reserves, Henllan’s home clash against Llysfaen and Macnho United’s home encounter against league-leading North Football Association all fell victim to the weather.