LLANDUDNO inflicted a heavey defeat on the home side,who took to the field with only fourteen players,with no subsitutes available,and without any front row players the match was played from the start to the finish with passive scrums. Llan with a full strenght team scored a total of eleven tries and six conversions making it the highest score line registered in history of this local derby match. Within ten minutes of play,Llan had established fourteen point lead with tries by Sam McClean and Hugh Griffith with Ryan Pike converting both. The onslaught continued with South African Johann Van Heerden and Hugh Griffith crossing the try line for two more tries,one of which was converted by Ryan Pike. At this point in the match the Bay managed to score a breakaway try which was also converted,but Llan immediately hit back with two tries by Jack Hughes and Mikey Williams with Ryan Pike converting one of them just on the half time break. The Bay lost a player due to injury during this first half and were reduced to thirteen men,in fairness to them they never let there heads down,but were unable to contain a Llan side that took full advantage of there extra men,and created many over laps which the home side were unable to defend against. The second half saw the Bay struggle to defend against a constant flow of attacking rugby by Llan with big gaps appearing in there defence,which was breached with further tries by Billy McQueeney,Ed Weston,Cameron Davies,Ryan Pike and Lloyd Evans with two being converted by Ryan Pike. The Bay to there credit did managed to score a consolation try during this second half of play for there efforts. Match report by Howie. Next home match on 25th March against Bala.