DENBIGH Town were in 11th heaven thanks to a goal-den display in Friday’s home Ardal North West League clash versus Rhydymwyn.

In front of more than 300 spectators at Central Park, Town maintained their unbeaten league run with a thumping 11-2 success.

Although the visitors’ defence looked somewhat nervous in the opening 10 minutes, the game seemed pretty even at that stage.

However, as soon as Lee Davey scored with a low shot from distance, there was only one team in it.

Mark Roberts, Jake Walker and Davey wanted more and they were full of running up front.

Five minutes later, Roberts blocked a clearance and played the ball to Sam Tate, who sent a delightful cross over the defence.

Davey had to stretch a bit, but this made it more spectacular as his diving header went high into the corner of the net to make it 2-0.

Ten minutes later and Roberts joined the party with his low strike and soon afterwards, Jake Walker got in on the act by scoring a spectacular goal.

A long ball over the top bounced in front of him and he hit a half volley high into the roof of the goal.

Right back Sion Jones grabbed the next goal by lifting it over the keeper in a one-on-one situation.

As the goal fest continued, Roberts scored another and centre half Stuart Jones bagged two headed goals from corners, meaning it was 8-0 at the end of a breathless first half.

Denbigh extended their lead even further at the beginning of the second half via Sam Tate.

Rhydymwyn made a couple of substitutions, while Denbigh introduced all five of their replacements.

Certainly the dynamics of the game changed and much to their credit, the visitors were putting everything into the contest.

Rhydymwyn scored twice through Connor Whelan and James Beck, with Jake Walker and Sam Tate notching up more goals for Denbigh before the final whistle.

Manager Dewi Llion told the club’s website:” I thought we dominated straight from the off and in the first half we were clinical with everyone on top of their game.

“I am disappointed to let in two sloppy goals to be honest but no manager can grumble after winning 11-2!”