RHYL and District were unable to cause a stir at the WRU National League Division Two North summit as they fell to a heavy 62-0 hammering at title favourites Dolgellau.

The Dragons were no match for a home side that will go top of the standings if they win all their games in hand, and they wrapped things up during a scintillating first period that saw them head to the interval with a 31-point cushion.

Things did not get any better for the visitors in the second half, with Dol’ turning in another 31 points during a rampant spell of attacking rugby that saw them emerge comfortable winners.

Seb Vidal’s side will have the chance to gain revenge on Saturday’s opponents when they lock horns at their Ty Newydd base on April 13.

There was not much to shout about from the Dragons’ second unit, were suffered an 80-10 loss at a powerful Caernarfon outfit.

The away side had no answer for the pacey Cofis’ backs throughout the contest, with all proceeds from the game going towards the Alzheimer’s Society.

Rhyl and District’s youth side continued their encouraging end to the season with an eye-catching 39-8 triumph at Bala.

Despite being without a game for a number of weeks, the talented youngsters showed tremendous determination come away with the spoils, and there is plenty of potential within the current group with the upcoming arrival of the set-up’s U16 players.