ST ASAPH City just need to keep on winning to make sure they remain clear of the chasing pack in the North Wales Coast East League Premier Division title race.

A comfortable 11-point lead was maintained by the Saints courtesy of their 4-0 triumph at home to Meliden.

Ryan Potts and James Williams struck in the first half, with Potts adding two more after the break to complete his hat-trick.

Llannefydd are still in second position and they edged out Llandyrnog United 3-2.

Sam Jones, Llion Morris and Nico Clwyd made sure of the points for the hosts, with Dan Smith and David Lawson-Cooke making a game of it for Llandyrnog.

Goals from Callum Foster, Anthony Jones and Connor Morris gave Kinmel Bay a 3-0 success at Bro Cernyw, while Cerrigydrudion (Tegid Williams, Tirion Griffiths) played out a 2-2 draw with Rhuddlan Town (Matthew Rees, David Sharkey).

Llansannan's 3-2 win at Mochdre Sports was under threat as the hosts netted twice in stoppage time.

Jordan Phillips and Scott Brown set up a grandstand finish, but Adam Gage, Cian Evans and Robin Jones made sure Llan triumphed.

It was 0-0 in the meeting between Llandudno Junction and Prestatyn Sports, while there were plenty of goals in the remaining two games.

Llanfairfechan saw off Glan Conwy 7-0, with Elliot Croston supplying five assists, while Alfie Caldecott netted a hat-trick in Penmaenmawr's 6-0 outcome versus Blaenau Ffestiniog.