PRESTATYN Town’s relentless JD Cymru North form continued with an emphatic 7-0 home rout over Bangor City.

A scintillating second half display gave Neil Gibson’s side another crucial three points that sees them remain at the summit, and they will look to take another giant leap towards promotion this Saturday during their trip to championship rivals Flint Town United (2.30pm).

Gibson, said: “We showed glimpses first half of how we could break them down but weren’t quite getting our normal positivity in terms of passing and breaking lines and I didn’t feel like we were clinical in the final third.

“I am extremely happy with the way the game went and in the second half it looked like we were going to score with every attack.

“We were ruthless in spells, finished our chances and opened them up at will. Ill-discipline creeped in and wasn’t nice to see some of the things going on, but the referee dealt with it and we took advantage.

“Prestatyn versus Bangor is always a great occasion but we knew where the line was about being competitive, but unfortunately for them they overstepped it and paid the cost. I have to credit Stephen Vaughan Jr for getting on his team about it as it wasn’t nice to see.

“At times we moved the ball properly and when we perform like that we are a match for any team in this league and capable of beating anybody on our day.”

After a scoreless first period that saw Rob Hughes go closest with an effort that rattled the crossbar, the home side took the lead on 53 minutes when Alex Jones found the net, and they doubled their tally soon after when Hughes delivered a 20-yard free kick into the corner with 61 on the clock.

This was swiftly followed by another that arrived courtesy of Jordan Davies on 63 minutes, and City’s plight was confirmed when skipper Pavel Vieira was shown a red card.

Defender Kai Edwards added a fourth on 67 minutes to seal the victory, and Hughes despatched another chance from the spot on 83 for his second of the evening.

David Thompson was dismissed for the visitors in the closing stages and defender Lucas Surber was forced off through injury after Vaughan Jr had used all his substitutes.

There was still time for Town to rub further salt in the visitors’ wounds, with striker Ian Griffiths firing a quick-fire brace soon after coming on to complete the scoring.