COLWYN Bay were unable to cause a stir at the Specsavers National League Division Two North summit as they fell to a 24-8 reverse at title chasing Rhyl and District.

The home side picked up where they left off last time out and went into the break with a four point cushion thanks to a pair of tries from Jack Hughes and Reeve Wright, but the visitors kept themselves in the contest with an unconverted score and a penalty during the first period.

After the break saw the hosts further impose themselves on proceedings thanks to some physical play from their dominant pack, and this brought with it two more tries during the second half to see them emerge as comfortable victors.

This time it was Bob Davies and the outstanding Tom Williams who proved to be the difference between the two sides, each adding to their respective tallies this season with a score apiece to put the result beyond doubt.

Richie Williams managed to fire two conversion attempts to complete the scoring.

Nant Conwy’s hopes of mounting a Division One North championship challenge suffered another devastating blow as they were downed 21-12 by Bethesda.

The visitors were in good form throughout the contest against the in-form title hopefuls, but they lacked the quality in crucial areas in the second period which proved to be the catalyst behind their eventual downfall.

Defending champions Llandudno eventually had the weekend off as their weekend trip to Bro Ffestiniog fell victim to the weather.