ALL good things come to those who wait!

Dinbych’s long wait for a Division One (North) victory finally came to an end with a bonus point 40-19 success in a basement battle with Dolgellau.

This was built on a solid foundation provided by a powerful scrum performance by the pack against bulkier opponents.

The vital difference between the sides was the Dinbych backs’ incisive running which resulted in a hat-trick of tries for skipper Tom Seddon and a brace by co-centre Gruff Roberts, with wing Aidyn Jones adding another in a six-try total.

Dinbych opened the scoring in the 15th minute after surviving a period of heavy pressure near their own line.

Working their way upfield, Tom Seddon finished a number of phases of play by crossing wide out for an unconverted try.

The second score followed three minutes later when flanker Aron Evans broke through the first line of defence from halfway with Gruff Roberts slicing through to score under the posts, leaving an easy conversion for outside half Dan O’Sullivan.

Seddon then crossed for his second try, bursting through the Dolgellau defence from short range and he soon completed his hat-trick when he broke down the left touchline from halfway before kicking ahead and winning the race for the touchdown near the corner.

O’Sullivan converted both tries, the second with an excellent kick from wide out.

Dolgellau rallied on the stroke of half time when lock Carwyn Hughes forced his way over from short range for a try converted by Gwion Jones, which left the visitors trailing 26-7 at the interval.

Their revival continued with a second score 10 minutes into the second half via flanker Tim Jones, converted by Gwion Jones.

Dinbych responded quickly with Gruff Roberts using his pace and deceptive running to break through for his second try which was again converted by O’Sullivan.

With five minutes left, Dinbych scored their sixth try when wing Aidyn Jones got some reward for his hard work throughout with a try under the posts with O’ Sullivan adding his fifth conversion.

There was still time left for Dolgellau to score their third try in the final minute when number eight Marius Jones forced his way over from short range.