CAERNARFON Town bowed out of the Nathaniel MG Cup after a shock 4-1 home loss to Prestatyn Town.

The Canaries were undone by the JD Cymru North leaders at The Oval thanks to a blistering first half display from the Seasiders’ that left the ten-man Cofis’ with too much to do in the second period.

The away side imposed themselves on proceedings from the outset and got an early breakthrough on 12 minutes when keeper Osian Goulding failed to deal with a Zebb Edwards delivery, leaving in-form striker Jack Kenny with the simple task of slotting home from close range.

Cai Jones almost got the home side level immediately following the restart but was unable to make the most of the space afforded to him, and they were punished further midway through the half when Kenny’s through ball fell to the feet of strike partner Jordan Davies, who made no mistake with the finish to double the advantage.

Things went from bad to worse for the hosts on the half hour mark when Jamie Crowther was shown a red card, with Danny Davies, Jordan Davies and Kenny all coming close for the rampant visitors throughout the remainder of the half.

After the break saw the Canaries immediately get themselves back into the tie thanks to a fine finish from Sion Bradley on 47 minutes, but Jordan Davies caught the home defence napping following the restart to force a smart stop from Goulding with 48 on the clock.

Any hopes that Sean Eardley’s side had of getting on level terms were dashed on 64 minutes when Jordan Davies pounced yet again to despatch his second of the evening and restored the visitors’ two-goal cushion at a crucial stage of the contest.

Another sweeping attacking move from the Seasiders’ brought further reward on 80 minutes, and once again it was Kenny who made the most of some space to divert a James Stead cross into the net for his brace to round off the scoring.