LLANDUDNO turned on the style to secure an emphatic 50-13 midweek rout at Denbigh.

The league and cup double-header went the ay of the Goats’ after another tremendous attacking display, leaving the Specsavers National League Division One North champions well on course to retain their crown.

The visitors started on the front foot and got an early lead thanks to an Arthur Lennon penalty, which was met by a successful Denbigh free kick soon after to tie things up.

A dominant spell of pressure on 20 minutes from the away side saw Morgan Owen power his way over from close range for the first try of the contest, but the hosts reduced the arrears just before the interval with their second penalty of the tie.

The final attack of the first period saw the Goats’ extend their lead thanks to Ryan Pike, who received the ball on halfway and went on a blistering run to cross the white wash. Lennon added the extras.

Things got even better for the away side shortly following the break, with Rhys Henderson demonstrating his exceptional pace to go over for his 29th try of the campaign, which was converted by Lennon.

Llandudno’s pack turned the screw midway through the half with a surging drive that resulted in a touch down from hooker Aled Humphries. Lennon was once again on target with the conversion.

Lennon further enhanced his influence on the contest with a score of his own after another excellent solo run, which he converted, and more attacking flair late on saw Bob Davies and Pike dot over.

Replacement Nick Dundee notched both extras, but the hosts did manage to notch a consolation try in the dying stages.