THEY'VE been keeping it in the family at a Vale of Clwyd rugby club!

History has been created at Clwb Rygbi Dinbych.

For the first time in the club’s history, a father and two of his sons played for Dinbych in the same game.

The history-making family was the locally well-known Edwards family, comprising of 45-year-old Llion, and sons Sam, 23, and Dan, 18.

The match, in which all three played a prominent part, was Dinbych’s home game versus Bro Gwernant, which the hosts won 27-15.

Llion has been a long serving member of the club.

He played for Dinbych’s mini and junior teams before moving on to play for Nant Conwy and Rhyl.

Llion returned to Dinbych in 2003 and was a vital member of the league-winning team of the 2003-04 season.

Although Dan and Sam are recent additions to the senior playing roster at Clwb Rygbi Dinbych, both did play in the mini and junior teams before having a break from rugby.

All three live in the family home in Cefnmeiriadog.

Llion owns a haulage and also a tarmac company; Sam works for his father whilst Dan works for Denbighshire County Council in the IT department.

The first father and son combination to play for the Clwb Rygbi Dinbych was Arfon and David Price in the early 1980s.

David is the current head teacher of Ysgol Brondyffryn in Denbigh.