LLANGEFNI Town’s hopes of survival took another blow last weekend after they were trounced 6-1 by Cefn Druids.
Cefni got on to the worst possible start, as they allowed Marc Griffiths a way through to open the scoring just three minutes in.
Joe Price doubled the hosts’ advantage five minutes later, before Tryfan Prosser pulled one back for Cefni.
To their credit, the visitors held their own against their ambitious hosts right up to the last quarter, before their resistance was finally broken again.
Price beat Steffan Holden again in the 65th minute before Andrew Swarbick bagged two and Adam Hesp scored, to give the scoreline a bit more lustre for the home side, even if it was not entirely reflective of events on the pitch.
It’s now back to the drawing board for manager Adie Jones, who prepares his side for their final league clash at Rhos Aelwyd next week (Kick off 2:30pm).
Aelwyd lie bottom, two points behind Llangefni, and Jones will be hopeful of his side going out with a bang at the end of a disappointing season.
Relegation now looks like the most likely outcome for Cefni, with the side lying second from bottom and four points adrift from their nearest rivals.