BALA Town were in 11th heaven to conclude another excellent Cymru Premier League season.

The Lakesiders, already guaranteed a runners-up finish in the league, hammered a youthful Penybont outfit 11-0 at Maes Tegid.

Visiting boss Rhys Griffiths took a squad of Academy players north, with one eye on the forthcoming Welsh Cup final versus The New Saints.

The tone was set early on, with Ollie Shannon hitting the crossbar in only the second minute.

Antony Kay's strike from distance broke the deadlock in the 19th minute, before Dean Ebbe tapped in Kieran Smith's cross after half-an-hour.

Will Evans grabbed Bala's third goal a minute later and Lassana Mendes made it 4-0 in the 34th minute as Bala's goal-den spell continued.

A further seven goals would go the way of Colin Caton's side after the interval as they hit double figures for the second time this season.

Ebbe had his second goal two minutes after the restart, with Brad Bauress hitting the post a couple of minutes later.

Substitute Paul Rutherford made it 6-0 and a magnificent seventh arrived from Bauress.

Mendes made it 8-0 with 20 minutes left to play and three goals came in the concluding 10 minutes.

Rutherford and Jonny Spittle (2) were the players on the scoresheet.

In a message on Twitter, Bala Town said: "We would like to thank all of our players, management team, backroom staff, and every volunteer who has helped get our club to where we are this season.

"You have all made tremendous efforts to maintain a high standard at Maes Tegid."