Connah's Quay Nomads Under-19s are already benefitting from implementing the ideas of their senior side as they thrashed rivals Flint Town United 9-0 in the Welsh Premier Development League.

First team squad member Jack Kenny showcased his ability with four goals, while Jack Swinnerton, James Worthington, Conor Harwood, Joe Sullivan and Sam Reynolds completed the rout.

Coach Iain Bennett said: "We are trying to implement as much of the first team stuff as possible, within reason.

"It's a hybrid way of playing, we haven't got a big target man on a regular basis, but having Jack Kenny playing helped give us a platform further up the pitch.

"Obviously Jack rewarded himself for a fine performance by scoring four goals and it was just reward for an outstanding performance personally."

On the impressive performance as a whole, Bennett continued: "It's pleasing for many reasons.

"We spoke before the game about how important it is for the club, it's probably our biggest game in the Under-19s League playing against your local rivals.

"We played really, really well for the full 90 minutes and deserved the victory.

"It says it all when their manager comes over to you at the end of the game and says 'credit to you, you've got a really good team and you played really, really well'.

"You can't ask for more than that really."

George Peers scored twice - and missed a hat-trick opportunity from the penalty spot - as Airbus beat Llandudno 4-3.

Joining Peers on the scoresheet was Connor Hughes, while two of Llandudno's goals came from spot-kicks.

Cefn Druids were also victorious as they came away from Bala Town with a 4-2 win.

Lewis George (2), Alex Buxton and Evan Woodall netted for Druids.

Also picking up three points were The New Saints, who beat Rhyl 2-0, and Newtown, who overcame Caernarfon Town 3-1.