LLANDUDNO tightened their grip on the Specsavers National League Division One North crown with a 70-0 home rout over COBRA.

The Goats’ look well on course for a successful championship defence after another dazzling display of attacking rugby, extending their perfect league record to put some daylight between themselves and the chasing pack.

The home side opened the scoring on 12 minutes when in-form winger Rhys Henderson went over for the opening score, with Arthur Lennon successfully despatching the conversion.

Henderson was proving too hot to handle in the opening exchanges and crossed the white wash for his second of the afternoon on 22 minutes after another good spell of possession. Lennon added the extras.

Ryan Pike and over during the remainder of the first period, with Lennon converting, to give the hosts a commanding advantage at the break.

After the interval saw Lennon touch down for yet another score that he also converted, and Henderson was the beneficiary of a sweeping attacking move to complete his hat trick immediately following the restart.

Lennon added the extras with another impressive kick, and they rounded things off in fine style with further tries from Pike and Henderson, who scored two more in the closing stages to take his total for the game to five.

Former Nant Conwy standout Lennon maintained his perfect conversion record to complete a tremendous display from the Goats’ ahead of their next encounter at home to Denbigh on February 15.

Nant Conwy’s stuttering campaign was given a significant boost thanks to a convincing 36-5 bonus point win over Caernarfon on home soil, but Teirw Nant’s Division Two North’s championship hopes were dealt a blow with a shock 26-12 home loss against Abergele.

Colwyn Bay’s unbeaten run goes on but they had to settle for a 22-22 draw at Bangor following a hugely competitive affair.