LLYSFAEN moved to the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One summit after an emphatic 6-0 home win over Denbigh Development.

The promotion candidates were in ruthless mood throughout the one-sided affair, with Sean Sheridan getting off to the best possible start with the opener with just two on the clock.

This was followed by a quick-fire brace from Sheridan midway through the half on 23 and 25 minutes to seal his hat-trick, and the same player was on hand to turn in another chance shortly after the break with 47 gone to take his tally for the afternoon to four.

The home side finished as they started with a two-goal salvo from Jake Reynolds to complete the rout.

The North Football Association now occupy second on goal difference after they were held 3-3 at Llanfairfechan Town Reserves.

Things looked bleak for the one-time pacesetters after an Elliot Croston brace and a solitary Iestyn Thomas effort gave them a significant mountain to climb, but two stoppage time goals from Jordan Taylor and Paul Jones managed to salvage something from the clash.

Llandudno Amateurs Reserves’ recent resurgence continued with a comfortable 6-1 victory at Henllan.

A brace from Steve Collins did the majority of the damage, with Morgan Davies, James Kane, Sam Maddocks and Paul Vinall also on target for the away side.

Penrhyn Bay Dragons moved up to fifth thanks to a 7-2 home triumph over Machno United.

Two goals apiece from Tom Parry and Solomon Dickens played a significant role in their side’s success, and the trio of Jonah Jackson, Luke Jones and Ryan McIlvogue contributed with strikes of their own during another outstanding day at the office.