RHYL and District extended their impressive start to the season with a comfortable 43-3 win at Welshpool.

The Dragons’ turned in another performance of genuine quality to maintain their unbeaten start to the Specsavers Two North campaign, with a stunning second half display proving to be the catalyst behind their success.

Pacey back Reeve Wright was the main beneficiary of some dominant possession from the outset after the break, securing a hat-trick of tries to further enhance his reputation as one of the most explosive players in the division.

The visitors ran in no fewer than seven tries throughout the contest, with Richie Williams despatching four of the conversion attempts.

The promotion hopefuls will look to continue their positive momentum this Saturday when they welcome Shotton to Tynewydd for a pivotal fixture.

There was further cause for celebration as the Dragons’ second unit emerged victorious by a score of 52-42 at home to Caernarfon 2nds, leaving them top of the early season standings in a league that has been blighted with a series of unfulfilled fixtures to date.

Rhyl and District’s youth side arranged a friendly against Colwyn Bay, which they won 26-21 thanks to a hat-trick from talented young scrum-half Sol Williams.