NANT CONWY have made sure of the Welsh Division One North title with three matches to spare.

They made it 19 wins from 19 matches with a 55-14 outcome at home to Mold to barrel through the 90-point mark in the campaign.

Mold weren’t just there to make up the numbers, with their tries coming from James Portsmouth and Sean Hughes, converted by Nick Hughes and Jack Lawrence.

However, Mold remain just outside the relegation spots after Llangefni were thrashed 50-0 during their trip to COBRA.

With four matches left to play this season, Mold and Llangefni find themselves tied on 28 points, seven points adrift of Bala, who gained a superb 20-18 success at home to high-flying Llandudno.

Wrexham managed to pick up a bonus point from their 36-22 defeat away to second-placed Pwllheli.

It was the hosts who made the better start and two tries saw them 12-0 to the good inside the opening 25 minutes.

However, determined Wrexham were able to level things up prior to half-time.

They were on the scoreboard via Olly Dodd’s 33rd minute try, which was duly converted by Jacob Hughes.

Then, three minutes later, Hughes grabbed an unconverted try to make it 12-apiece at the interval.

Two converted tries in the opening 10 minutes of the second half regained the lead for the Gwynedd hosts.

Wrexham were still in the match at this stage, demonstrated by Olly Dodd’s unconverted 54th minute try, but Pwllheli were able to keep their opponents at arm’s length.

Nick Dodd’s try eight minutes from time made sure Wrexham came away from the contest with a bonus point.

Elsewhere, Caernarfon got the better of Bethesda 36-31 in a thriller and Ruthin eased to a 38-6 success at bottom side Dolgellau.

In Division Two North, Shotton Steel lost out 24-14 at Welshpool, who climbed to second in the standings.

Colwyn Bay, another side seeking a runners-up finish, defeated Rhyl & District 35-7.

Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant’s return to action was a happy one as they beat Bala Seconds 57-14 at Tower Fields.

This was Bro’s first game in two months.

Mold Seconds gained a 22-10 triumph away to Flint, while leaders Machynlleth defeated Llanidloes 57-0 and Ruthin Seconds won their derby versus Denbigh Seconds 35-17.

RGC were pipped 23-20 in their Welsh Premiership at home to Bridgend.

Jordon Liney and Jessie Williams grabbed the tries for RGC, both of which were converted by Sam Earl-Jones.