ALTHOUGH Dinbych's pack dominated the scrums and had the better of the loose play, Llangefni's backs had the greatest influence on the game.

The Anglesey side claimed a four-try bonus point victory to gain revenge for a defeat earlier in the year.

Playing uphill in the first half, Dinbych were the first to score through a try by number eight Dafydd Cernyw.

However, Llangefni gradually went ahead as they scored two tries, one of which was converted, and they also kicked a penalty.

Trailing the visitors 15-5 at the interval, Dinbych then conceded two second half tries, one of which was converted.

Dinbych did eventually reply when outside half Alun Davies went over for a try in the final move of the game.

Replacement wing Neville Hughes added the conversion points.