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RHYL ran riot against Barry Town to book their place in the FAW Premier Cup semi-finals with an 8-0 victory.
Andy Moran led the destruction with a hat-trick, claiming two before the break as the Lilywhites ran up a five-goal lead by half-time.
Chris McGinn scored in each half, while Marc Limbert, Jamie Brewerton and substitute Craig Hogg all found themselves on the score-sheet.
It would have been worse but for Barry keeper Lee Ruddle's heroics.
Moran opened the scoring early and the home side soon stretched their lead through McGinn and Limbert.
A sweetly-dispatched volley from Moran followed, with Brewerton making it a full handful of woe for the visitors from Jenner Park.
The second half was a breeze for Welsh Premier title-chasers Rhyl, who strolled into the semi-finals.
Moran claimed his hat-trick by converting a penalty, McGinn got his second and then five minutes from the end Hogg the substitute rifled home from six yards.
Barry had actually started well and had one good chance after two minutes, but that was as good as it got for the visitors.
28 January 2021
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