For the second time in as many weeks Clwb Rygbi Dinbych's 2nd Team face Pwllheli RFC.
For the second week in succession Pwllheli had the better of a young Dinbych side this time to make further progress in the Welsh Bowl competition. Dinbych had first advantage of the Caeau Les Phillips slope and took the lead with a try by right wing Dylan Easton following a long break out from his own 22 by scrum half Arwyn Williams. Captain Tom Evans added the conversion points. They increased their lead with an unconverted try by Arwyn Williams after heavy pressure by the forwards. They went further ahead when outside half Iwan Johnson took advantage of good approach play by James Rowse and Roger Clayton to cross for Dinbych's third but unconverted try. Pwllheli then hit back with a brace of tries, one of which was converted. Dinbych then increased their lead just before the interval with an unconverted try by full back Tom Wynne who intercepted a pass in his own 22 and then outpaced the Pwllheli defence in a run to the line.
Trailing at the interval by 22 points to 12 Pwllheli reduced the deficit with a converted try before Tom Evans again edged Dinbych ahead with a penalty. Pwllheli responded once again with an unconverted try before scrum half Dafydd Cartwright scorched over for a try after No.8 James Rowse had broken away from a scrum on half way. Tom Evans converted but Dinbych could not maintain their momentum and were gradually overtaken as Pwllheli who now used the slope advantage to good effect to close the game with a burst of three late tries to cap an excellent cup clash involving two attacking sides.
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