PRESTATYN continue to set a hot pace at the top of the Huws Gray Alliance, hitting six without reply against Holywell Town at Bastion Gardens.
It took the leaders until the stroke of half-time to take the lead through Jack Lewis, after the Wellmen's Shaun Tuck had earlier had a penalty saved by Carl Jones. But second half goals from Noah Edwards, Jack Kenny, Jordon Davies, James Stead and Alec Williams put the hosts out of sight.
Second placed Caernarfon maintained the pressure with a 5-2 away win at Gresford Athletic. But the Canaries were twice behind to Owen Roberts and Dave McIntyre goals, before powering to victory with a Darren Thomas hat-trick.
Third-placed Flint Town United beat Mold Alexandra 3-1, Andy Brown grabbing a brace with James Hooper adding the third. Former Airbus youngster and Leicester City scholar Aaron Hassell claimed a hat-trick in the first 14 minutes as Denbigh Town overcame Guilsfield 5-3. Gareth Partridge added a fourth with Jake Cook netting a penalty for the visitors and, after a Jake Eyre fifth for Denbigh, two late Adam Jenkins goals gave the scoreline a flattering look.
Caersws edged past Buckley Town 1-0 with a Mark Griffiths goal, while Josh Davies fired a hat-trick for Porthmadog in a 4-2 win over Llanfair, who had taken the lead through Jamie Davies.
Holyhead's Dean Garmey was sent-off as the Harbourmen fell to a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Ruthin Town, whose goals came from Garmon Hafal and Osian Davies. Conwy Borough continue to struggle at the wrong end of the table and were beaten by a Jonathan Evans goal in a 1-0 defeat at Penrhyncoch.