CONDITIONS may not have been great, but that didn't bother Bala one bit in their latest spot of WRU League Division One (North) action.

Gwynedd honours belonged to the lads from Maes Gwyniad, who eased to a comprehensive bonus point victory in their home clash versus Bethesda.

The match remained in the balance at the interval, with the visitors likely feeling confident that they would be able to overhaul Bala's 15-point advantage.

However, the home side came out in determined fashion after the interval to take the match away from their opponents.

Last week's wet weather meant that the match was switched to Bala's second team pitch.

Crucially, Bala scored just before half-time to stretch their advantage at that stage to 15-0.

The hosts were unsure whether this advantage would be enough, though, as they had to play against the elements in the second half.

"But, in the second half, they came out all guns blazing," said Bala chairman Tony Parry.

"We scored two tries in the first 10 minutes of the second half and then one try in the last five minutes.

"It was a very good performance."

Ilan Jones crossed for two of Bala's tries, following on from his fine display in the victory versus Caernarfon seven days earlier.

The remaining home try-scorers were Miall Roberts, Dave Yates and Sion Morris.

Owain Aled kicked one penalty and two conversions, while the home defence remained rock solid to claim a third win of the season.

The result sees Bala in sixth spot in the Division One (North) standings with half of the season now completed.