THE perfect start to the season has continued for Dinbych 2nds.

A second bonus point triumph of the season was secured by the Caeau Les Phillips lad on their weekend trip to Mold 2nds.

The Dragons started brightly and they pushed Mold back into their own 22.

Demonstrating the pressure, a grubber kick ahead from full back Tom Wynne was kicked back over the dead ball line by the Mold covering defence.

This gifted Dinbych an attacking scrum five metres out.

Dinbych’s front row of Lewys Eden, Roger Clayton and Peter Shoosmith attacked the Mold scrum and as they rumbled towards the try line, it left an easy pick up for number eight Aron Evans to score his opening try of the afternoon. Scrum Half Robyn Cartwright pulled the conversion wide.

The next player to cross for a try was full back Tom Wynne.

Returning from injury, the youngster snapped up the ball from a ruck in Mold’s 22 and he went over for a poacher's try.

This score was converted by fly half Iwan Johnson.

It was by no means all one-way traffic and the hosts then hit back with an unconverted try following some sustained pressure in Dinbych’s 22.

However, the visitors soon struck back with an excellent finish from winger Findlay Jenkins.

A panicked kick from Mold was fielded by prop Lewys Eden and he carried strongly towards their line.

The resulting quick ball to winger Findlay Jenkins saw him crash between four covering defenders to score a fine try. This was converted by Robyn Cartwright.

At the interval, Dinbych were leading 19-5, but it was the home side who took the initiative when the second half got underway.

Home pressure finally told with a try from close range, which was converted.

Dinbych then managed to secure a bonus point with a fine score from inside centre Andrew Wilson.

A loose ball from Mold was quickly recycled and passed wide for Wilson to outpace the covering defence and go over for Dinbych’s fourth try.

The conversion from in front of the posts was easily slotted over by Robyn Cartwright.

Sensing more scoring opportunities, the next try ended with an excellent pick up from winger Dylan Easton.

Full back Tom Wynne again made use of his right foot to slot a grubber kick down the line.

Speedster Easton outpaced and outmuscled the retreating Mold winger to scoop the ball up and finish an excellent score in the corner.

Dinbych continued on the front foot and winger Dylan Easton unselfishly offloaded for number eight Aron Evans to grab the next try, with Cartwright converting.

The final Dinbych try began with an outstanding break from replacement prop Brychan ap Geraint.

Returning from injury, the front row forward rolled back the years as he scythed through the home defence and with number eight Aron Evans on his shoulder, ap Geraint put the youngster in for his hat-trick try.

Cartwright added the conversion points.

This made it back-to-back bonus point wins for Dinbych, which sees them sitting pretty at the summit of Division Three (North).

This weekend, the Dragons host Benllech in the opening round of the WRU National Bowl.