RHYL and District turned on the style to secure an impressive 32-0 home win over relegated Bangor at their new Ty Newydd base.

The Dragons were in dominant mood against the struggling outfit to emerge victorious in comfortable fashion against their WRU National League Division Two North rivals, with centre Stuart Fell Crook crossing the white wash early on following an outstanding spell of phases.

This was swiftly followed by another score which came courtesy of prop Harry Lowe, and after the break saw the hosts pull further clear when a blistering 50-metre run from Richie Williams set-up Tom Jones for an easy try under the posts.

The same pattern of play continued throughout the second period, with Jack Parker, Damon Price and winger Che Hudson all going over in quick succession to secure the rout.

Seb Vidal’s side face a stern test of their credentials next Saturday when they make the long trip to title chasing Dolgellau.

There was further cause for celebration as Rhyl and District’s second unit ran riot to secure a 55-15 victory over Flint.

The Dragons took advantage of their under-strength opponents to come away with a resounding success, with a good mixture of youth and experience guiding them to their biggest success of the campaign to date.