WREXHAM head coach Alan Jenkins praised his side’s all-round performance as they battered Bangor 95-7, writes Jack Harrison.

Wrexham’s free-flowing rugby was there for all to see as they kept alive their hopes of promotion from Division Two.

Jenkins said: “It was a great performance. Our defence in the first 20 put them under huge amounts of pressure and we were clinical enough to capitalise on those mistakes. After that it was just about not letting up.”

Jenkins also had very high praise for his backline, including Dodd brothers Olly and Nick.

Centre Olly helped himself to six tries with Nick adding another three to his season’s tally.

“Our forwards won us the ball back and all the backs had to do was convert our moves. Our running lines were great, Olly and Nick were on fire, but everyone else contributed.”

Man of the match Dodd scored the first two tries of the match with Owen Weston, Matt Whiteley (2) and Ed Evans, who also grabbed three tries, kept the scoreboard ticking.

Wrexham, who are three points off top spot, travel to Llanidloes in two weeks’ time with hopes that a victory their combined with other results going their way could lead to promotion to Division One.

Title rivals COBRA and Dolgellau both maintained the pace at the top. Leaders COBRA won 29-12 at Nant Conwy seconds while second-placed Dolgellau, who are in a great run of form, eased past Llanidloes 63-7.

Llandudno clinched the Division One title in style after a crushing 61-12 win at Bethesda.

Denbigh defeated rock-bottom Mold 28-10 and Bro Ffestiniog edged Caernarfon 20-17.

Machynlleth went top of Division Three with a 29-5 victory over Holyhead.

Resurgent Flint and beat Pwllheli seconds 33-20 to record their sixth win in their last seven outings.

Victory for the Cae-y-Castell side strengthened their grip on third spot with one game left to play.

Menai Bridge put Rhos to the sword winning 57-10, Llangefni seconds triumphed 32-12 at Denbigh seconds.