PRESTATYN Town retained their seven-point cushion at the JD Cymru North summit following an emphatic 7-0 home win over Llanfair United.

The Seasiders’ made light work of their latest outing against the second-tier basement dwellers despite having a numerical advantage for a brief period after Jack Kenny was sent off, leaving Town riding high at the top of the standings having won 13 of their 14 league games.

They have also netted 55 times at an average of 3.9 per game, conceding just ten, and Neil Gibson’s side will look to extend their sensational run of recent results during their tricky looking trip to Penrhyncoch on Saturday (2.30pm).

It took the home side just five minutes to open their account when Jordan Davies fed skipper Alex Jones, who produced a neat finish to break the deadlock.

Experienced defender Dave Hayes had an effort ruled out on ten minutes, but Town did not have to wait much longer to extend their cushion as Kenny turned in a rebound following a Dan Roberts attempt with 14 on the clock.

Kenny and James Stead both went close during a period of dominance midway through the half, which concluded in fine style for the hosts thanks to a superb header from Jack Higgins on 40 minutes.

After the break saw Town seal another three points on 51 minutes when Stead prodded home from close range after Davies’ shot diverted into his path, but they were reduced to ten men shortly following the restart when Kenny received his marching orders on 55.

United’s Gethin Jones was also shown a second yellow on 74 minutes to make it ten-a-side, and this was swiftly followed by two moments of magic from Stead, who conjured up a pair of exceptional finishes to secure his his-trick.

There was still time for the home side to put an exclamation point on proceedings when they were awarded another penalty in the closing stages, and Davies rounded off a fine individual display by despatching the spot kick.