PLENTY of attacking rugby and more than a point-a-minute.

That was the tale of the Division One North Cup encounter between Dinbych and Pwllheli, which the visitors won 52-29.

A free flowing game, with play moving from end-to-end, saw Pwllheli outscore Dinbych by eight tries to five.

The opening 10 minutes gave a sign of what was to follow with three tries scored in quick succession.

Dinbych opened the scoring in the first minute when centre Gruff Roberts cut inside from the left touchline after good approach play to score at the posts leaving outside half Dan O’Sullivan with an easy conversion.

Pwllheli replied four minutes later when flanker Myfyr Parry went over for a try following a quickly-taken tap free kick from short-range with outside half Noel Williams adding the extras.

Almost immediately, the visitors took the lead with a try from a solo effort by scrum half Daniel Williams from a ruck near the Dinbych 22 with his half back partner again converting.

Midway through the half, Pwllheli extended their lead with a try by hooker Harry Roberts, who went over after Pwllheli created an overlap on the right of a ruck near the Dinbych posts with Noel Williams again adding the extras.

Dinbych replied five minutes before the interval when flanker Gwern Pierce won lineout possession for skipper Tom Seddon to give Gruff Roberts the opportunity to beat a couple of defenders on the outside before going over near the corner for his second score.

There was still time left for Pwllheli to close the half with a second try by Myfyr Parry with Noel Williams converting to leave the visitors leading 28-12 at the interval.

Pwllheli increased their lead early in the second half with a second try by Daniel Williams.

Dinbych replied with an attack deep into Pwllheli territory from halfway and then recycling possession with swift handling by centres Tom Seddon and Gruff Roberts sending wing Kieran Bonar over for an unconverted try in the corner.

Pwllheli added three further tries to seal victory, starting with a solo effort by full back Ilan Jones, who regathered his own chip ahead for an unconverted try. This was followed by a brace by wing Dei Owen.

In the closing minutes, Dinbych were rewarded for their refusal to throw in the towel as they showed their own attacking potential to close the game with two tries of their own. First Gruff Roberts went over for his hat-trick try after excellent approach play and then Tom Seddon went over for a try which he converted himself.