Pacemakers gap Connahs Quay maintained their seven point lead at the top of the Huws Gray Alliance with a clinical 3-0 triumph at Ruthin Town.
The Nomads made light work of their hosts, Mike Robinson opening the scoring before the interval with Mark McGregor and Jamie Petrie completing the scoreline.
Buckley Town crushed Porthmadog 6-2 to step up their title challenge as they moved up to second in the table, with two games in hand over the leaders.
The Trotters were on top from the outset and their reward came as early as the fifth minute, when Gareth Edwards netted before scoring his second ten minutes later, while Anthony Williams, Andy Moran, Matt Hughes and Derek Taylor were also on target to complete the rout.
Meanwhile, Rhyl also put down a marker for their title intent with an emphatic 5-0 victory over Conwy United, with all of their goals coming in a fantastic second half display at Y Morfa.
The Lilywhites' breakthrough came on 60 minutes when Paul Mooney bagged his first of the match, before the floodgates opened seeing Mooney strike again, with Mike Pritchard, James Gambino and an own goal also adding to their tally.
Llandudno cruised to their eighth win of the season, putting strugglers Llangefni to the sword with a 6-0 drubbing at Cae Bob Parry.
Lee Thomas was the hat-trick hero of the day for the visitors, while Joe Morgan, Dean Seager and Darren Gowans were also on target.
Elsewhere, Rhos Aelwydd moved off the bottom of the table thanks to a 4-2 home victory over fellow strugglers Penycae.
Roy Caradus was the star man for the hosts notching up a hat-trick, while Steve Powell also got on the scoresheet.
Finally, there were also wins for Penrhyncoch, who notched up a 2-0 home victory over Guilsfield, and Caersws, who bagged a 4-0 success at Llanrhaedr.