KINMEL Bay moved into sixth spot in the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two standings with a 4-2 home success over Pentraeth.

The title hopefuls turned in another polished display to extend their positive start to the campaign, and they got their reward for a superb opening to the contest when prolific striker Matty Griffiths made the most of the space afforded to him with a well-taken effort to break the deadlock on 11 minutes.

Things got even better for the home side soon after when skipper Ashley Wood produced a sensational header on 20 minutes to double their advantage, but the visitors were not going down without a fight and reduced the arrears thanks to a fine finish from Jack Abbott Welsh with 35 on the clock.

After the break saw the Bay come out with a renewed sense of purpose and they restored their two-goal cushion on 56 minutes when Griffiths was presented with another opportunity, and the deadly marksman made no mistake with the attempt to secure his second of the afternoon.

The home side wrapped up the points late on when Matthew Marsh Evans rounded off s fine team move with their fourth on 80 minutes, and despite a Carwyn Roberts goal late on for the visitors it was not enough to alter the overall outcome of the contest.

Bay will be aiming to take this positive momentum into their next outing at home to Llanrwst United on Saturday.