PROLIFIC striker Matty Griffiths was the star of the show for Kinmel Bay as they sealed an emphatic 7-1 home rout over Amlwch Town.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two side made light work of their opponents thanks to a polished attacking display, with former Prestatyn Town and Meliden forward Griffiths in ruthless mood from the outset.

His first of the afternoon came after just two minutes through a sweetly struck free-kick that found the net, but they were pegged back soon after when Josh Griffiths turned in an opportunity with ten on the clock to restore parity to the score-line.

This joy proved to be short-lived for the away side, with Griffiths sent through on goal to fire a left-footed effort into the corner on 14 minutes to restore their advantage.

Things got even better for the home side on 25 minutes when Matthew Marsh-Evans converted from the spot to double their advantage, and this was swiftly followed by another on 34 when Griffiths capped off a phenomenal first half to steer in an Anthony Jones delivery for his hat-trick.

After the break saw the hosts completely dominate proceedings and they added to their tally on 52 minutes when Griffiths headed in his fourth of the contest following another extended spell of pressure.

Griffiths was proving too hot to handle thanks to his exceptional positioning and work rate, and this was evident once again on 56 minutes when he made the most of the space afforded to him and fire home a fifth individual striker of the contest.

There was still time for the Bay to pile more misery on the away side, which arrived on 75 minutes through a superb solo run and finish from Steve Flanagan to complete the rout.

Another huge positive for the Bay was the return of forward Kie Ellis to the line-up, and defender Haydan Kivell also caught the eye with a performance of genuine quality at the back.

The title hopefuls will be looking to extend their impressive recent run of form this Saturday when they travel to Nantlle Vale in the Lock Stock Fireworks Challenge Cup.