PRESTATYN Town remain comfortably in-charge at the JD Cymru North summit thanks to a resounding 5-0 home win over Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant.

The Seasiders’ bounced back from their Nathaniel MG Cup loss against ten-man Bala Town in the nest possible fashion to maintain their ten-point lead over Flint Town United in the standings, and they now turn their attentions to JD Welsh Cup second round action this Saturday during their trip to Bangor.

Kai Edwards and Rob Hughes both missed good chances for the home side during the opening exchanges, with Jack Kenny having an effort ruled out for offside with 16 on the clock.

Their persistence finally paid off on 24 minutes when a James Stead attempt was blocked into the path of Zebb Edwards, who fired in to break the deadlock.

They extended their advantage on the half hour mark when a precise through ball from Ben Maher sent Kenny in on goal, and the experienced forward rounded the keeper to slot into an empty net.

Town’s relentless pressure brought further reward on 35 minutes, and this time it was Kai Edwards who got in on the act when he reacted first to a goal-mouth scramble to treble their tally.

The same pattern of play continued after the break in favour of the title favourites, who sealed another three points on 51 minutes when Kenny found the net with his second attempt to secure his brace.

Jack Higgins almost added a fifth soon after when his powerful effort rattled the cross bar following a Stead free kick, but they were handed a golden chance to increase their unassailable advantage on 59 minutes when they were awarded yet another penalty after Alex Jones was felled in the box.

Former Connah’s Quay Nomads midfielder Rob Hughes held his nerve to convert the spot kick to round off the scoring.