MOLD have made sure of their Division One North safety by winning their biggest match since gaining promotion.

It was winner-takes-all as Mold went west to tackle Anglesey and a crucial 27-24 success means it’s the side from Anglesey who are heading to Division Two North.

Tries from Caine Le Tissier, James Portsmouth and Ross Jones were crucial for Mold and they were all converted by outside half Seth Geary, who also kicked two penalties.

With one game left to play this season, Mold are six points clear of the bottom-two.

Wrexham’s league season ended with a 24-22 home loss at the hands of Ruthin.

A penalty two minutes from time won it for the visitors.

In a perfect start for Wrexham, Callum Riordan’s fifth minute try had them in front, while a converted try nudged Ruthin into the lead after a quarter-of-an-hour.

Jacob Hughes converted his own 20th minute try to regain the advantage for the hosts and the lead was extended to 10 points via Olly Dodd’s score.

Two converted tries had Ruthin back in the box seat, but Wrexham looked to have won it when Tyler Roberts crossed the whitewash four minutes from time. The final word went to Ruthin with their successful penalty two minutes later.

Champions Nant Conwy preserved their unbeaten record with a hard-fought 10-5 win at Llandudno and COBRA defeated Bala 16-11.

Shotton Steel swept aside hosts Abergele 50-5 in Division Two North, while Newtown got the better of Rhyl & District 49-0 and Colwyn Bay defeated Bro Ffestiniog 52-15.

Just one match went ahead in Division Three North East, with Wrexham Seconds losing 29-5 at Ruthin Seconds.

Two late tries saw Pontypridd win their Welsh Premiership encounter 29-27 at RGC.

Gareth Parry, Rhys Tudor and Afon Bagshaw scored the RGC tries.

Leaders Newport thrashed Bridgend 89-26.

Other results: Aberavon 24 Llandovery 27; Cardiff 47 Merthyr 24; Swansea 33 Neath 25.