LLANDUDNO continued their relentless march to the Specsavers National League Division One North title with a 53-12 bonus point rout over Caernarfon.

The defending champions made light work of their latest fixture to move eight points clear of Ruthin with two games in hand, and they broke the deadlock after just eight minutes when Ran Pike dotted over.

Dale Davies extended their advantage with a well-worked try on 23 minutes, which was converted by Arthur Lennon, and Bob Davies increased their cushion further with a touch down with 33 on the clock.

The hosts finished the half on a high when Byron Davies notched his first try of the afternoon after another period of pressure, but the Cofis’ kept plugging away despite the deficit and got their first points of the game through a Rhodri Davies score that he also converted.

A strong start to the second half saw the visitors reduce the arrears when Mac Jones powered his way over, which turned out to be their final points of the game thanks to a formidable response from the champions elect.

The home side all-but secured the points through a Lloyd Evans score, and the Goats’ were awarded a penalty try on 70 minutes following an infringement.

They ended the game in style with a flurry of tries in quick success, with Rhys Henderson securing a brace and a solitary score from Morgan Owen doing the damage.

Lennon rounded off the scoring with two conversions to cap another impressive win for the undefeated side.

Llandudno are next in league action on March 21 when they travel to Pwllheli.

There was no such luck for Colwyn Bay, who were narrowly beaten 8-3 at Division Two North title hopefuls Wrexham.