Porth Tywyn 0 - 9 Trallwm
A gritty performance from Porth Tywyn could not prevent Trallwm from recording their biggest win of the season. The visitors opened the scoring on 10 minutes when Paul Wright flighted a corner to the far post where Chris Norrie scored from close range.
Five minutes later Trallwm extended their lead when another Wright corner was only partly cleared to the edge of the penalty area where Justin Griffiths netted with a low drive.
Midway through the first half, Trallwm added number three when the home defence failed to deal with another of Wright's corners and Tim Dawe hammered home from close range.
The visitors added number four when Dawe put Dale Rees through on goal, whose shot was only parried by the advancing keeper, the ball falling invitingly to Griffiths who made no mistake from just inside the area.
Shortly after the restart, Rees got his name on the score sheet, latching on to a fine through ball from Dawe, and withstanding a challenge from the keeper, calmly slotted home.
Minutes later Griffiths beat two defenders on the left before being brought down outside the box, Rees' free-kick was spectacularly tipped over the bar by the home keeper.
This seemed to spur on the home side who almost pulled one back when a 20 yard drive brought off a magnificent diving save from Matthew Bowen. Within 2 minutes, Bowen again pulled off a fine save, diving full stretch to deny Porth Tywyn an almost certain goal.
Trallwm always looked dangerous on the counter-attack and added number six after good work down the right flank by Shaun Davies coupled with a great cross to the far post which was met by substitute Jason Hodge, who made no mistake from close range.
Goal number seven came midway through the second half, when from the narrowest of angles, Rees netted with a delightful chip over the advancing keeper.
Porth Tywyn's bad luck was compounded minutes later when a Griffiths low drive across the goalmouth took a wicked deflection past a helpless keeper.
Trallwm's ninth and final goal came from centre-half Daniel Jones, following up his rebounded shot off the post, after good work by Ricky Jones.