Llani too good for Bangor
Bangor 0 Llanidloes 41
JAMES Davies scored two tries in a blistering Llanidloes display to maintain their unbeaten start to the season.
The Llanidloes wing crossed twice in quick succession to ensure no comeback from Bangor and keep his side top of the table with a maximum points haul.
Llanidloes had to be content with a slender 10 point lead at the break with a solitary try from scrum-half Ben Davies, converted by fly-half Adam Price, who had earlier steered home a penalty.
The game opened up after the interval with a brace of tries for wing Davies, with one being converted by full-back James Griffiths.
Llanidloes were now totally dominant with captain Huw Owen breaking the Bangor line to release Adam Price for a try.
The outstanding James Plumridge had excelled at prop and scored a deserved try after another surging run by Owen, with Griffiths converting.
Fittingly Griffiths completed an emphatic victory when he crossed for his final try of the game to ensure a happy trip home for Llanidloes.
Llani spokesman Matthew Hamer said: “It was pleasing to continue our winning start to the season and we scored some well worked team tries.”
Llanidloes: Plumridge, T Savage, D Hughes, M Hughes, I Jones, M Hughes, Agar, Hamer, Mills, B Davies, Price, S Jones, Owen, Jehu, J Davies, Griffiths. Reps - Anwyl. Vaughan, Meredith, Pryce