THE Magpies soared to new heights with this comprehensive demolition of nearest rival Llangefni as they wrapped up the Division 3 West title.

Cerith Humphries at outside half produced some superb kicking and this enabled his forwards to keep pressure on the visitors.

The pack were lively throughout and, with Garry Williams signalling the Magpies' intent with a bone jarring tackle, Llangefni knew they were in for a hard time.

Both full backs were involved in a kicking duel but Tumble's Steven Hewitt opened the scoring after 11 minutes play with a penalty following excellent lineout work from Hefin Dumbrill.

This was to turn out Hewitt's most accomplished game and he ended up with 27 points.

Tumble's forwards were absorbing the pressure and with Chris Morris leading by example aided by the rampaging Alan King at prop, it wasn't long before their lead was increased.

Dumbrill was gaining ascendancy in the lineouts but it was left to Morris to drive at the defence. Hewitt chipped ahead, wily winger Richard Rees re-gathered, broke the cover defence and Hewitt received the scoring pass for his own converted try.

The Magpies were growing in confidence and, charging runs from Rhodri Jones and Derek Lewis created problems in the visitors' defence.

The Magpies on the other hand were dangerous with ball in hand and a sweeping move upfield saw Nicky Allinson take play to Llangefni's 22. Richard Rees received the ball and a mazy run ended under the posts for a converted try.

Two minutes later, Tumble added another try when James Jones and fellow forwards Rhodri Jones and Garry Williams combined to release Hewitt for his converted try under the posts.

With a 24-0 lead Tumble never rested on their laurels, scrum half Aled Evans grew in stature as the game went on and, he produced some telling kicks and breaks to keep the visitors on the back foot.

To their credit Llangefni tried to compete but, with Dumbrill and Jones winning lineout ball, coupled with the foraging of bulky prop Kenny Jones, they couldn't break the defence.

Some power play from hooker James Jones signalled Tumble's intent and it was now that the forwards took control.

Young prop Alan King tore at the defence and, with legs pumping was able to set up Derek Lewis to take the ball forward.

Cerith Humphries put in the usual touchfinder and Tumble were back on the offensive.

Rees tried to chip ahead but his kick was safely gathered by Llangefni's Llyr Hughes but his wild pass left full back Llyr Hughes at sea and Rees grabbed his second converted try.

Another try came soon after when Tumble pinched the lineout and Allinson beat two defenders from halfway to score wide out. Hewitt converted.

Champagne rugby was the order of the day for the last quarter and this was typified when flanker Rhodri Jones picked up an ill-directed kick on his own 10 metre line. With steely intent he side-stepped the on rushing defence and ran 60 metres to score under the posts. Hewitt again obliged with the extras.

Again, with Humphries taking play deep into the visitors' 22, Llangefni scrambled the ball to touch. Hefin Dumbrill won the lineout and Mike Powell's rampaging run left defenders clutching at fresh air and he scored under the posts.

Hewitt converted to seal the victory and the championship.